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Old 25-10-2009, 14:12   #1
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Dual Batt Charger: Will disconnecting one output damage it?

Hi, I have a Guest battery charger which has to outputs, 10A for house and 5A for starter batteries. I only need to charge the house batteries right now. If I permanently disconnect the leads going to the starter battery, will it damage the unit (similar to disconnecting the load from an alternator)? I don't want to blow any diodes in there.

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I am not sure about guest but no problem with xantrex units
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No, no damage.
I fact, you could Parallel the 2 outputs to increase the capacity of the (10A) House output, to 15A, if you wish.
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