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Replacing 4D with 6v - Charger Question

Discussion in 'Ask A Hunter Owner' started by rfrye1, Sep 12, 2017. Add this thread to a FAQ

  1. rfrye1

    rfrye1

    Joined Jun 15, 2004
    557 posts, 6 likes
    Hunter H376
    US San Diego
    I'm replacing my 2-4D house (wet) with 4-6v(wet). My '98 Hunter 376 still has the OEM Freedom Heart inverter(2000watt)charger. Any problems y'all see with that charger and this setup?
    Thanks. Bob.
     


    Last edited: Sep 12, 2017
  2. Don S/V ILLusion

    Don S/V ILLusion

    Joined Sep 25, 2008
    4,758 posts, 113 likes
    Alden 50
    US Sarasota, Florida
    No problem as long as the charger is rated at 40 amp-hrs or more so as to minimize the bulk charge duration. The charger doesn't care but it's unclear what rating your charger is - it's not "2000 amps".
     


  3. rfrye1

    rfrye1

    Joined Jun 15, 2004
    557 posts, 6 likes
    Hunter H376
    US San Diego
    sorry meant 2000 watt inverter
     


  4. Maine Sail

    Maine Sail Moderator

    Joined Feb 6, 1998
    10,313 posts, 296 likes
    Canadian Sailcraft 36T
    US Casco Bay, ME
    You will have a 12V series/parallel bank and your existing inverter/charger (100A) will connect just fine provided the bank is wired correctly.
     



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