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Old 15-02-2008, 05:17   #1
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Location: Calgary, Canada
Boat: Nauticat 515 - Big Sky
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Our Nauticat 515 is all electric, meaning no propane for cooking. One of my Mastervolt Mass 12/80 chargers (there are two(2) on board) has given up the ghost and I am thinking of installing two(2) Victron Phoenix 12/3000/120 inverter/chargers, to handle the battery charging, but also to give us some 220 V when not hooked up to shore power without having to run the generator. Also to take care of higher that the 16 amp loads we sometimes draw. House bank is 800 Amp/H gel batteries about 9 years old, but still a charge well.

Does anyone else have such a system or experience with this equipment, and also is there a qualified eletrical technician in Gibraltar that can take care of the bit of rewiring that will be required?
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