OK, I need your experience and help please. I will have a 12 volt diesel engine
and a 12 volt battery the same size at the windlass
. Both of these will be charged bt the engine alternator
. And a seperate small battery charger
run from a Honda
2000 i , gasoline driven generaror if ever needed as emergency charging
I will have ONE 12 volt, 1000 AH House Bank Battery ( ALL BATTERIES SAME SIZED ) Charged from a Battery Charger
supplied with 120 volts AC from my Northernlights Diesel Generator
. And would have Solar Panel ( 132 watt ) and Wind
Turbine to feed into the House Bank Battery , with voltage regulation.
If my diesel generator
were out of commission I would have the Honda
available to put some charge ( 70 amps dc ) into the House Bank.
Is this where the combiner becomes usefull. Assumption that the engine alternator
would have charged the Start BATTERY and the Windlass
Battery would now automatically switch over and charge the House Bank Battery. Engine running.
Please fill in the blanks e.g. Alternator voltage regulator
My battery for the House Bank will be wet cell or AGM
. LEANING TOWARDS WET CELL.
Your expert guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for any help you may offer.