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garmin sonar battery solar charge #14015511 05/30/21 04:44 PM
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im considering getting livescope and want to make the unit portable to use on different boats. Ive read that the units are power hungry. im thinking I will need a high AH battery, im thinking id making a box for the battery and black box to sit in, with a solar panel trickle charger on top, has anyone tried this?
Im thinking on sunny days, it would put some power back into the battery as im using the unit. maybe a 12x12 solar panel.


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you won't get enough charge from a panel to make any difference, they are meant for batteries that will be sitting unused for a period of time.


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