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Help with LiveScope Plus LVS34 #14487069 09/24/22 09:20 PM
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Hi all,
OnePecan here. Thinking about getting the LiveScope plus LVS34. Never had a LiveScope before is it worth it? Love to crappie fish & bass fish. I was told not to hook it up to my outboard motor battery. Any info on that? Also if I can't hook it up to that will a regualer 12v deep cycle acid battery with say 90AH 160 reserve capacity work? Not sure which direction to go in with battery supply. I would put the livescope & echomap UHD 94sv on the same battery. will that work? Any help with batttery supply would be appreciated.

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Re: Help with LiveScope Plus LVS34 [Re: OnePecan] #14487379 09/25/22 02:33 AM
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Re: Help with LiveScope Plus LVS34 [Re: OnePecan] #14490424 09/28/22 03:56 AM
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I use a 30amp, Amped Marine lithium for my 102sv and black box for LVS34. I bought the battery with a 3amp charger. Black box, charger and battery in my starboard side rod locker and still room rods, life jackets, etc. I got out for around $225. Absolutely the way to go. I haven't been below 13v in a full day. LINK


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Re: Help with LiveScope Plus LVS34 [Re: SRitchey] #14495739 10/04/22 07:12 PM
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Originally Posted by SRitchey
I use a 30amp, Amped Marine lithium for my 102sv and black box for LVS34. I bought the battery with a 3amp charger. Black box, charger and battery in my starboard side rod locker and still room rods, life jackets, etc. I got out for around $225. Absolutely the way to go. I haven't been below 13v in a full day. LINK


^^^This
I have a 32amp lithium for my LVS34 , came with a charger. Got it from amp outdoors, cost $259

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Re: Help with LiveScope Plus LVS34 [Re: OnePecan] #14503007 10/12/22 05:33 PM
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I run 3 garmin 9", livescope and all the other stuff like pumps etc. of a deka grp 27 flooded cell, never had a problem starting.

switched 36v over to lithiums and start battery is next (spring at earliest. lol)

I may do a dedicated to the garmins/ls with a 50ah lithium later on.


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Re: Help with LiveScope Plus LVS34 [Re: OnePecan] #14509046 10/18/22 05:39 PM
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never had a problem running 3 graphs plus livescope on my starting battery. i don't stay in one place long enough to discharge it.


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Re: Help with LiveScope Plus LVS34 [Re: OnePecan] #14509108 10/18/22 06:27 PM
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No need for a dedicated battery for livescope. I run 3 Helix 12's and a Garman 1222 with livescope on my cranking battery and no issues what so ever. Originally had a X2 battery then switched with a 125a Ionic. Both hold up just fine.

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