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Old 03-19-2021, 05:08 AM   #29
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Hey John! I am resurrecting this thread in hopes that you found a solution to your problem because I have the same issue. Did you choose the LiBIM or dc-dc charger? Also, where did you install in line? I have the same BCC on my Georgetown 378.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Thatsmrpigg: I'll work on drawing up what I ended up with and post here by end of day.
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Old 03-19-2021, 01:32 PM   #30
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Thatsmrpigg: I'll work on drawing up what I ended up with and post here by end of day.
Thank you so much! I am looking forward to seeing how you set yours up. The BCC has made the setup very confusing for me.
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Old 03-19-2021, 02:28 PM   #31
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Hey John! I am resurrecting this thread in hopes that you found a solution to your problem because I have the same issue. Did you choose the LiBIM or dc-dc charger? Also, where did you install in line? I have the same BCC on my Georgetown 378.
Thanks in advance for any help.
I've created an album in my profile with all the info about my LiFePO4 set up that I hope will be helpful. I'll also attempt attaching here. It includes write ups and pics.
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Fixed another typo where I referenced switch #2 when it should have said switch #1
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Fixed another typo where I referenced switch #2 when it should have said switch #1
John, thank you for this great detailed info. This is perfect and gives me what I need to setup my dc-dc charger and not burn up my alternator. Since my BMS is internal in each of my li batteries (and after doing some more research last night) I don't think I can safely use them on the boost switch which is fine since I will have my towed vehicle If I every have the situation come up. I will post once I get mine set up. Thanks again!
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John, thank you for this great detailed info. This is perfect and gives me what I need to setup my dc-dc charger and not burn up my alternator. Since my BMS is internal in each of my li batteries (and after doing some more research last night) I don't think I can safely use them on the boost switch which is fine since I will have my towed vehicle If I every have the situation come up. I will post once I get mine set up. Thanks again!
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