Originally Posted by Jd1
I find it fascinating that there are so many posts giving advise on how to do something that could potentially burn down a boat. The op has no clue about electrics and the people posting
the advise have no clue about the wiring
of the boat (or shore circuit for that matter) - one or the other is needed to give any worthwhile advise.
Before I get flamed for this comment, I realize people are just trying to help .... and I would be all for it if the op knew something about electrics ....
Everyone has their own opinion of what is or isn't safe and its their personal responsibility to be able to make those calls as to what they can and can't do. I would argue if somebody is bound and determined to try something at least giving accurate advise on cautionary steps to take is advisable.
Since it seemed to be already covered I refrained...
But I don't quit understand why if charging
batteries is all that is required and the charger
will accept the avaible input voltage and cycles, why not just make a temp shore cable up to power the charger
independantly and not mess with the boat boat wiring.