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Old 06-12-2019, 09:20 PM   #1
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PD9155 converter Without charge wizzard

Wife and I got a new-to-us Fleetwood Bounder. The converter is a Progressive Dynamics 9155. From their website I see the pd9100 series accepts a remote charge wizzard which will command the four stages of charging...boost, normal, storage and desulfation. It currently does not have the charge wizard but I will be getting one soon. My question is how does it operate without a charge wizard? Does it simply charge at 13.6 volts regardless of battery condition? Will it over charge a battery if plugged in for several days? Thanks in advance.
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Wow, I think you got it. Simply 13.6V Normal mode without charge Wizard. See their spec table.
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Its basically just a 12v converter till the charge wizard gizmo is included.
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