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Old 02-28-2013, 09:13 AM   #43
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Would that isolater also be know as a transfer switch? Jayco just recalled some MHs and we had the transfer switch replaced.
Probably not. Transfer switch is RV is usually automatic switch which allows either shore power or generator power.
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I found a very informative web page that explains the facts of batteries and charging...
SmartGauge Electronics - Technical Section - page 2
Technical but gets away from the myths and opinions.
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John, Thanks!!!
it IS a technical article!! i think i understood 8 words! ha!!!
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Measuring current draw with amp meter either clamp on inductive or in line is the normal method to find parasitic daw.

But here is another method measuring voltage drop across the fuse:

Check out this video on YouTube:

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