Have a D400 which can charge both house and engine battery
banks via a diode splitter.
The D400 output is controlled by a 6TB regulator
My basic knowledge of electrics tells me that there is a about a 0.7 volt drop across a diode. The regulator
is factory set to output 14 to 14.2 volts, but is adjustable to allow charging
of different battery
My question is can I increase the voltage output from the regulator to say 14.8 volts, to compensate for the voltage drop across the diode splitter, or, am I violating some fundamental principal of battery charging
by considering this