campinggirl wrote:waeco is very popular but I love the evakool 110 lt check out there website
That seems a round about way to do something the battery in the car already would do. You would be much better off in my opinion spending the power pack money in a really good battery for the vehicle and just going for a drive as you need, the car battery will charge faster than the power pack would. Don't worry too much about getting into a situation where the car battery will be so flat it won't start the car, as waeco's have a 3stage switch where the frig will stop drawing power when the battery falls below a certain voltage. which from the top of my head is on low 9.something upto 11.something volts on high.micko wrote:thanks for all the help another question i have is if we got the cf80 and the 36 battery pack could we run it off that and run the car to charge the pack everyday day how long would we need to run the car for thanks again MICKO AND XRISSY
Komodo wrote:I can assure you the voltage cut out is far too low to start a diesel engine. It might leave enough juice to crank a petrol engine but i wouldnt want to count on it.
micko wrote:so should we go for a deep cycle battery for the ute and what amp hours do you think, there is no room for a aux battery so it would have to replace the standard battery,would that work? thanks again for all the help
micko wrote:we have s pack petrol commodore ute if we get a deep cycle battery and put it in a box in the back of the ute how will go about charging it while we are away
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