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Old 06-14-2016, 03:39 PM   #15
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When I boondock and I am using my generator(s), I prefer to limit how long they are tuning. It can take almost 100 hours to charge a 100 amp hour battery to 100% at 13.8 volts (the converter voltage). Since I like to keep my batteries full charged, I put the batteries in the store mode and use a dedicated battery charger to charge the batteries while the generator is running.
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