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Old 12-13-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Inverter/equalizer???

We have a 2004 National Tropical. Our batteries are low so my dh is thinking about de-sulphating them. Someone mentioned that the inverter should have an equalizer which should do the job. Anyone know anything about this subject? Thanks!!

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Some inverters have the ability to equalize the batteries. The process is usually done from the remote panel but each brand and model will have a different procedure. You will need to read your user's guide or download one from the manufacturer of the inverter.

Be advised that equalization is a potentially dangerous procedure that needs to be conducted in strict accordance with the instructions provided. If you aren't careful you can seriously damage one or more batteries or other equipment in your coach and/or have acid spray or drip around the battery compartment.
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thanks Docj, I will pass this on to dh!
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