Review of Go Power Battery Chargers – Battery Charger – 34282688 – etrailer.com



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Today we’re going to take a look at the Go power battery monitor kit. Now. Previously complex software was needed to assess the silver batteries capacity and powers consume discharge turn temperature and more. Now with this monitor kit from Go power you can get easy to understand battery stats at the push of a button. This Go power battery monitor kit will provide full transparency into your battery banks performance. It’s ideal for RV, marine and other off-road applications.

It will work with Battery Systems of 12 volts, 24 volt in 48 volt and it is compatible with all types of batteries. This monitor will monitor essential batteries, statistics like battery voltage, current power, amp hours consumed, state of charge and remaining time at current rate of discharge. It does include this flush battery mount or monitor with the mounting bracket. Also includes these fused wiring harnesses, the 500 amp quick connection, 50 feet of communication cable at a nice users manual to describe how this all hooks up and how it operates.It does offer a Bluetooth communication port, has a programable relay which will turn off noncritical loads or run a generator when required and what’s Nice with this kit is you can pair this with their Bluetooth Dongle here to view stats remotely on a mobile device. We do sell this dongle separately on our website.

It’s part number three four two eight two six eight nine and it’s listed on this product page as a related product. Basically using that dongle and then the Go power connect APP will allow you to view the stats remotely.Few specs on this. The supply voltage range is six and a half volts to 95 volts DC. The current draw with the backlight off is less than four mila amps and the battery capacity range is 20 amp hours to 9,999 amp hours. Dimension on this I’m going to take off the mounting bracket.

Diameter of it is going to be right at two and a half inches. Total depth of the monitor is one and a quarter inches deep. And again, it comes with a nice mounting bracket there, but that should do it for the review on the Go power battery monitor kit.

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Review of Go Power Battery Chargers – Battery Charger – 34282689 – etrailer.com



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Review of Deka – Battery Chargers – DW08769 – etrailer.com



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Today, we’re gonna take a look at the Deka battery isolator installation kit for standard alternators. Now this kit is used to install a battery isolator to protect your vehicle’s battery from excessive discharge and to regulate current in a multi battery system. The battery isolator is what’ll prevent your current from flowing from one battery to another. Now this kit is designed to work with a 95 amp battery isolator, part number DWO8770 and also the 120 amp isolator, part number DWO8771. Both of those isolators we do sell separately on our website and they’re listed on this product page as a related product. This kit will include the following that’s laid out on the table.

You get 15′ of 8 gauge size wire, a 50 amp circuit breaker, various terminals and connectors and a nice complete set of instructions that’ll describe how to install this kit with your battery isolator. Again, it is designed to work on vehicles with standard alternators and it is for a quantity of one kit. But that should do it for the review on the Deka battery isolator installation kit for standard alternators.

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Redarc In-Vehicle DC to DC Battery Charger Review – etrailer.com



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Today we’re going to be taking a look at Redarc’s in vehicle BCDC battery charger. This charging system is going to be great for people who like to get off the grid. It uses your alternator to charge your auxiliary batteries. So while you’re on the go, you’re maintaining the charge and you’re ready to go, even if there’s no hook up site available to plug your camper in to get that energy. You’re getting it as you’re driving. Additionally, it has that place to put your solar panels, so you can use solar power to keep your batteries charged up.

So you can truly be self sufficient.Now many customers on our website compare this to a battery isolator, such as the one from Tow Ready. And while a battery isolator does allow you to charge your auxiliary batteries using your alternator and it keeps your start battery from discharging completely if you discharge your auxiliary batteries. This is going to do that plus so much more. It’s also going to allow you to use a solar panel and it has a smart unit inside to use that solar panel to charge these batteries. It’s going to be able to determine the most appropriate charge source, whether it be your solar panel or your alternator.Additionally, your alternator only puts out a set amount of voltage.

An isolator’s just going to use that to charge your batteries, which may not charge them to 100 percent. This is going to take that voltage from your alternator and it’s going to mold it, bringing it up or down as necessary to maintain 100 percent charge for your batteries.The alternator on your towed vehicle or in your RV maintains proper charge of your start battery. With this unit, you can harness that power from your alternator to charge your auxiliary batteries. What’s really nice about this unit is that it acts as an isolator to ensure that your starting battery is separate from your auxiliary batteries. What this means to you is, if you drain down your auxiliary batteries, it will not drain your start battery down.

So you can’t start the vehicle.And another feature that I really like about this charger is that it has the option to also use a solar panel. And while it’s not necessary, you could just run purely off your alternator. Having the solar panel up here will allow you to shut your vehicle off and maintain proper charge of your auxiliary batteries using the power of the sun. If your system deems it appropriate, it can use the solar panel in conjunction with the alternator to maintain proper charge, so you can ensure that they’re going to be ready to go when you get to your destination.But it does even more than that. What’s really nice about the smart chip that’s inside of it, is it can determine the type of batteries that you have installed for your auxiliary batteries.

And this is great because if you have lead acid batteries, those have different charge rates than are necessary to maintain proper charge and get the most life out of that battery. An improperly charged battery will have a premature wear and it won’t last nearly as long.There are four different profiles that you can set for your charge. The first three profiles will determine the maximum output voltage that your batteries can receive. This is going to be between 14.6, 15, and 15.3. You’ll want to refer to your battery’s manufacturer’s recommendations for the maximum output charge for your particular batteries. The fourth and final profile is for lithium batteries. You’ll want to refer to your instructions to determine how to connect to the orange wire that comes off your unit to achieve the appropriate profile.What this means is that you’re going to have longer life for your batteries, as well as maintain 100 percent charge. In most cases, if you we’re to just hook these batteries to your alternator, it’s just getting whatever voltage that your alternator was putting out for its normal charge process. And that may not be enough to charge the battery to 100 percent. In most cases, it’s not. And it may also charge the battery too much or too little at certain times, causing damage to the battery’s internal components. This will ensure that your battery’s charged properly and at 100 percent.What really makes this stand out is that the fourth profile is for lithium batteries. And lithium batteries are the way of the future. Lithium batteries can maintain a charge in cold weather climates much better than your AGM and lead acid batteries. So this is great if you plan on upgrading your batteries in the future.So if you’re like me and you n

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NOCO X-Connect Eyelet Terminal Connector Review – etrailer.com



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Speaker 1: Today, we’re going to be taking a look at the NOCO Accessories X-Connect Eyelet Terminal Connectors. They’re available with quarter-inch eyelets with Part #329-GC002. They’re also available in 3/8th-inch eyelets, with Part #329-GC008.These eyelets are going to allow you to permanently attach one half of your charger’s cable to your battery. It uses the NOCO X-Connect to easily attach it to your charger. When it’s not in use, it can easily be disconnected. Thanks to the unique shapes of the socket, it cannot be plugged in the incorrect way.

It’s fuse-protected to prevent overload and damage. The 10 AMP fuse is included.Here, we’re using it with the 2.5 watt solar panel, but it can easily be connected to any NOCO charger with an X-Connect. The cable is two foot long, that’s in addition to your charger’s cable. The eyelet simply attaches to the studs on your battery. When you do so, you’ll want to be sure to install the positive side first.And that’s going to complete our look at the NOCO Accessories X-Connect Eyelet Terminal Connectors..

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Redarc Battery Chargers – Battery Isolators – 331-SBI24 Review – etrailer.com



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Speaker 1: Today we’re going to take a look at the REDARC 24 volt 100 amp smart start battery isolator.Now this battery isolator will protect your start battery from auxiliary drain, and multiple battery setups. Transfers the charge from your start battery to your auxiliary battery, once the start battery gains charge from the alternator. The isolator function will stop power transfer from the charging battery if its voltage drops too low, which will prevent excessive discharge, and even a dead battery.The blue wire on this is an override wire, this allows for emergency starts and simple fault detection. Basically you can attach this wire to a switch, which we sell separately on our website, and that’s to manually reverse the charge and jumpstart a dead start battery. Or you can connect it to an LED that can be mounted in your cab for easy viewing of diagnostics.They do use silver contact points to ensure long life and corrosion resistance. It has a nice durable housing here to protect the sensitive electronics.

It’s a very compact design which allows for versatile installation.Overall dimension including the mounting bracket on the bottom is about three inches long. About two 1/4 inches wide. And about three and 1/4 inches tall. So you can mount this isolator in a nice convenient location near your start battery.Now we do carry six gauge cables, fuses and connectors we sell separately that you can use to install this. This part is made in Australia, application again is for vehicles with standard or temperature compensation alternators.

Maximum continuous current is 100 amps. Standby current is less than five milliamps, and the output connection for this is 24 volts DC.But that should do it for the review on the REDARC 24 volt 100 amp smart start battery isolator.

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Redarc Battery Chargers – Battery Isolators – 331-SBI24D Review – etrailer.com



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Speaker 1: Today, we’re going to take a look at the Redarc 24 Volt 100 Amp Smart Start Dual Sensing Battery Isolator. Now, this dual sensing battery isolator will connect in-line with two batteries, and transfer power in either direction. It can transfer charge from a start battery to an auxiliary battery once the start battery gains charge from the alternator. It can also pull power from the auxiliary battery that is connected to an outside power source to charge your start battery. The isolator function will stop the power transfer from the charging battery if the voltage drops too low so to help prevent excessive discharge in a dead battery.Now, the blue wire on this is an override wire. This can allow for emergency starts and simple fault detection.

You can attach this to a switch, which we sell separately on our website, to manually reverse the charge, and jumpstart a dead start battery, or you can connect it to an LED that can be mounted in your cab for easy viewing of the diagnostics.It does use silver contact points to ensure long life, corrosion resistance, has a nice durable housing to protect the sensitive electronics, and it is a compact design so it allows for reversible insulation. Overall dimensions on this is about three inches including the mounting bracket. About three inches, overall length. About two and a half inches wide, and about three and a half inches tall. That will allow you to mount the isolator in a convenient location near your start battery.Now, they do offer six gauge cables, fuses and connectors that we do sell separately that would work with this isolator.

This part is made in Australia. Application, this is for vehicles with standard or temperature compensating alternators. Maximum continuous current is 100 amps. Standby current is less than five milliamps, and the output connection is 24 volts DC, but that should do it for the review on the Redarc 24 Volt 100 Amp Smart Start Dual Sensing Battery Isolator.

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NOCO X-Connect OBDII Connector Review – etrailer.com



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Speaker 1: Today we’re gonna be taking a look at the NOCO Accessories X-Connect OBDII Connector, part number 329-GC012.All vehicles 1996 or newer have an on-board diagnostic port also known as an OBDII port. Because OBDII ports have a direct connection to your vehicle’s battery, NOCO’s adapter makes it easy to charge and maintain your battery without opening the hood. Simply just plug it in. The other end goes to the X-Connect on your NOCO charger.Here we’re using it with our 2.5-watt solar panel, but you can use it with other NOCO chargers that have an X-Connect.It’s fuse-protected to prevent overload and damage. The 10-amp fuse is included. The OBDII cord is 24 inches long.

That’s in addition to whatever length of cable your charger has.And that’s gonna complete our look at the NOCO Accessories X-Connect OBDII Connector, part number 329-GC012.

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Redarc 40-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit Review – etrailer.com



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Speaker 1: Today we’ll be having a look at the Redarc 40 amp fuse kit for Redarc in-vehicle DC to DC battery chargers, part number 331-FK40.This fuse kit is a great solution when you need to fuse a power wire, such as this six gauge power wire. You may need to use this if you’re using a battery charger on a trailer, which is what we’re going to be using for, or if you’re using it for a wench or if you’re using it for a salt spreader on the back of a plow truck or whatever other application you’re using it with.In our particular case we’re using six gauge wire going into it. The terminals that come with it will crimp onto six gauge wire very nicely. This kit will come with two fuse holders and four fuses so you have two replacement fuses if you ever we’re happen to blow one.We also have four ring terminals so you can actually install both fuse holders appropriately.Now the reason you’re going to want this over other fuse options on the market is that this comes with everything you need in order to properly get a fuse setup on a wire, such as this six gauge wire. The reason you want to have fuse installed is because if you we’re to have a short circuit, you don’t have to worry about an electrical fire happening in your trailer, your vehicle, or damaging your piece of equipment that’s being powered by this. The fuse will blow, thus eliminating the risk of an electric fire or causing damage to your expensive devices.Now the fuses that come with this kit are rated up to 40 amps.

So if you we’re to have a draw over 40 amps, the fuse will then blow and then will protect the system. If you’re running less than 40 amps of current on your device, this will be a perfect solution for you.Inside of our fuse holder, you can find our 40 amp fuse. It’s easily replaceable with one of the included replacements if you we’re to need to replace it. You don’t have to worry about running to an auto parts store in order to get a replacement. You already have it so you’re safe for the future.Now that we’ve gone over some features, we’ll show you how to get it installed.As you can see here, we have a power wire in the engine compartment of our vehicle.

In order to hook this up to our battery, we need to make sure that we have a fuse to protect the circuit that this wire’s going to power.Now we’re going to cut off some insulation from all three ends of our wire. Just using a utility knife to this. If you have wire strippers that are big enough to this, that’s good. I don’t so I’m just using a utility knife.Now that we have a cut, we’ll pull off the end and we’ll twist the wire together nice and tight. We’ll do the same for the other two ends.Now we’ll take one of our ring terminals that comes with our kit, and we’ll stick it on the long end of our cable.

We’ll stick it down all the way and we’ll crimp it into place. We’re using a hydraulic crimper for this. These are readily available at most hardware stores.We did the same for one of the other ends of our short cable. Now on the other end of our short cable, since we’re using six gauge wire, we’re going to attach a six gauge ring terminal with a 3/8 of an inch diameter hole, part number SWC57016 on our website.We’ll use our same crimping tool to crimp that into place.Redarc does highly recommend that we solder .. I will go ahead and get some solder inside of there.Okay, now that our connection is soldered, we’ll have a great electrical connection that’s nice and solid.

We’ll take some heat shrink and we’ll cover up our solder joint and our cable. We’ll use a heat gun to shrink it down.We’ll repeat the same process as soldering and heat shrinking all of our connections from this point forward.Now we’ll take our fuse holder, remove the nuts. Take our provided 40 amp fuse. Place it over the studs and we’ll place our terminals over the studs and reinstall the nuts.Now we use an eight millimeter socket to tighten our nuts. Now we’ll take our cover and we’ll fold it over our connections and it’ll snap closed and lock into place.Now we’ll remove this nut on our positive battery post. Place a ring terminal over the stud and we’ll reinstall the nut.That completes our look at an installation of the Redarc 40 amp fuse kit for Redarc in-vehicle DC to DC battery chargers, part number 331-FK40.

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NOCO Battery Chargers 329-GC013 Review – etrailer.com



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Speaker 1: Today we’re going to be taking a look at the Noco Accessories X Connect Male to Male Coupler. Now this couplers designed to provide two male adapters. See here we’ve got one on each end, this allows you to mix and match different accessories, depending on your charging needs. But just as long as they have the female X connect, the male X connect will go right in there, so we can tie several different items together to be used together in any way that we happen to need it.Just, one example, you’ve got a female eyelet connector that you typically would plug your battery charger in. We can now plug this into that, and we can use the female 12 volt adapter, plug that in. That would create a live 12 volt outlet drawing directly from our battery, that would be readily available for use.And we do have dust caps on each end, so we can keep it protected when not in use, we don’t have to worry about the dirt and grime getting in there.

Overall, it’s going to be six and a quarter inches from end of the cap to end of the cap, and it’s constructed with 16 gauge wire, so there’s plenty of wire there to get any charge through that we might need.As you can see that’s really all there is to it, that’s going to complete our look at the Noco Accessories X Connect Male to Male Coupler.

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