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Blue Sea Systems E-Series Dual Circuit Plus Battery Switch
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E-Series Dual Circuit Plus Battery Switch
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Shoot I was hoping I could use this switch to basically turn power on/off to two batteries and keep them separated. (One direct to starter and one for everything else) Then use the isolator to charge both even though they are not connected at all. I don't want two switches.

Asked on 02/14/2020 by Phil from Florida

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You could do that, but since it's a combiner your only options would be bank 1, or bank 1 and 2 combined. In combined mode you run the risk of discharging both batteries. With two on/off switches and an isolator you can activate one or both banks and it's impossible to kill both batteries. My boat has 3 switches, one for each bank. One of the switches is a 4 position switch. In normal operating mode the switch is set to battery 1 to send power to my DC accessories. If I need to jump start the engine I set the switch to both. In the unlikely event that I lose battery 1, setting the switch to battery 2 lets me run the accessories off the other bank.

Answered on 02/14/2020 by Paul
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Could this Dual Circut Plus switch be used with a battery Isolator vs the ACR unit? I would prefer the isolator.

Asked on 02/13/2020 by Philip from FL

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Yes, but you would need one switch for each battery bank. The installation guide for your battery isolator should have a wiring diagram showing the correct configurations.

Answered on 02/13/2020 by Paul
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I have a 36 volt trolling system and 12 volt battery to crank engine. I desire to isolate the 12 volt from any draining off of current cauing it to not function and strand me, and would kind of like to be able to throw power from the trolling motor batteries (three) into the cranking circuit. Asking to much???

Asked on 11/14/2011 by David Robertson

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The concept is great, but connecting 36 volts to your 12 volt cranking circuit is not a good idea. If you can keep it to 12 volts, using just one of your trolling motor batteries your starter motor would be a whole lot better off.

Answered on 01/04/2012 by JOHN WEHLE
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how do you wire theswich witrha an electronic relay?

Asked on 11/12/2011 by Undisclosed

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This is simply a switch which simultaneously turns on/off two different circuits, with the additional capacity to parallel the two. I don't understand the question, but if it refers to a relay which serves to automatically parallel the batteries for charging, this could I suppose be either before or after thus switch. I guess after, so this switch allows one to safely turn everything off.

Answered on 11/22/2011 by HENRY LANFORD
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