Thursday, March 05, 2009

Battery shut off with a brain

More has probably been written about batteries and battery management than any other subject in RVing, and we are going to add one more. One of the first aah-ha’s for a new RVer is learning that there are items such as smoke detectors, CO2 detectors, TV antenna power, that can drain the charge out of a battery while the rig is parked. Many an RVer has learned this lesson the hard way. One of the more popular solutions to this issue is a battery shutoff switch that can be used when parking the rig for storage.
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