Thanks for taking the time to make a reply.
I have searched this site for specific answers to my many questions and have discovered none; to include using the reference you supplied-it turned up "no matches."
I believe such a homemade device can be properly built; I believe there is more to completing the project
than meets the eye. That's why I am asking if anyone has actually done this successfully.
In an attempt to keep it simple and get started, please help me find a way to answer the following two (2) questions:
1. Assuming I am able to find a proper match between a "salvaged" diesel fuel pump
and a fuel
filter/water separator, can I power the pump using my boat's batteries while they are connected to a charger
and not risk damaging either the batteries or the charger
if left to run while the boat sets idle, in the slip, for 3-4 hours a day, for a week.
2. I am familiar with what an inverter
does. My question is this: Is there a device which, when connected to 110 volts AC source, will produce DC Voltage that will supply power to the fuel pump
Thanks again for your studied reply