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Lithium batteries #12423629
09/12/17 02:02 PM
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Can you use the same onboard chargers for these?

I have a Promariner 3 bank 20amp charger.

Re: Lithium batteries [Re: joho5] #12423646
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You can use a good quality Smart charger that regulates the end of charge voltage. For an onboard charger I would sure want one that says it is safe for Lithium otherwise the battery could go up in flames. http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/charging_lithium_ion_batteries


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