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#11675226 - 06/18/16 04:03 PM Electronics
Jobooo Offline
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Registered: 06/11/15
Posts: 42
Switching to 36 volt system and thinking of just putting my electronics on one of the batteries. It doesn't cause any problems to the fish finder with so many volts?

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#11675268 - 06/18/16 04:50 PM Re: Electronics [Re: Jobooo]
44 Diesel Online   content
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Registered: 12/25/12
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Loc: Burleson,TX
not recommended, you will most likely get RFI on your fish finder. Need separate battery for trolling motor and fish finders


Edited by 44 Diesel (06/18/16 04:50 PM)

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#11675335 - 06/18/16 05:29 PM Re: Electronics [Re: Jobooo]
Jobooo Offline
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Ok thanks

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#11675336 - 06/18/16 05:29 PM Re: Electronics [Re: Jobooo]
Bill Durham Offline
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Registered: 11/10/12
Posts: 341
Loc: Crowley
I haven't had that experience.. I run my bow finder off of one of my 24v trolling motor batteries. I use the "first" one in the series chain of the two batteries. My trolling motor is a Motorguide Great White 82lb thrust, finder is a HB 746c

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