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RE: Can't believe folks connecting up sewer without gloves

Just get you a shot for Hepp CCCCC and uall be good to go
Rmcgrath53 03/22/15 07:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Carlisles ST's? Straight Up, Yes or No?

I Have them with no problems. there years old
Rmcgrath53 02/12/15 03:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Carlisle Tires

Have them with no complaints
Rmcgrath53 02/09/15 11:18am Tech Issues
RE: solar panel wiring to solar charger

I DRILLED A HOLE next to my stack into the wall and fished it down to the basement. Then I ran it next to the aluminum cross member with zip ties. On the roof, I drilled the hole big enough, to put a pvc tee fitting ,and caulked the daylite out of it.
Rmcgrath53 01/24/15 08:34am Fifth-Wheels
Lthium charged with mppt controler

I emailed morning star about the topic and this is there response. Morningstar Corp. Tech Support via 2v4xqg71s4mcvgo6.4x8azg5z2ljisu01.qn4ugr2.3-oneaeai.na13.bnc.salesforce.com 1:45 PM (2 hours ago) to me ??what is meant by battery management system . ??and does it mean the float and equalizing function not needed? Thanks Ron Two main types of Lithium batteries: Lithium ion: With some system modifications, lithium-ion batteries can be used with Morningstar MPPT controllers (TriStar and SunSaver). The battery bank must have a built-in or connected battery management system to monitor cell voltages. Further, the battery management system must NOT have an automatic full charge disconnect feature that breaks the controller connection to the battery. The controller will not operate without a power source. Finally, the controller needs to be programmed / set to disable the float and equalization stages so that current to maintain absorption voltage will be available at all times. LiFePo4: Even though Morningstar controllers are designed for use with lead-acid batteries, lithium iron-phosphate batteries can be used successfully with programmable units. If using this battery technology, please check with the manufacturer for recommended set-points and current restrictions. Any diversion function would require a separate Diversion Controller, such as the TS-PWM controller. what is meant by battery managemwhat is the ent system ...and does it mean the float stage and the equalize stage are not used
Rmcgrath53 01/15/15 02:50pm Tech Issues
RE: Dual 6V Battery Box

Amazon.com
Rmcgrath53 01/11/15 12:30pm Tech Issues
RE: battery maintainer

My converter is a wf/8930/50. Will that work just keeping it pluged in at the shore power. The maintainer I have is a Schumaker 1.5 amp input:120v ac60hz,0.19/0.32a SEM-1562A Output:6/12dc at1.5amp dc
Rmcgrath53 10/30/14 11:04am Tech Issues
RE: battery maintainer

Thanks for the response. I could leave the converter hooked up or use maintainers. What would be better for storage?
Rmcgrath53 10/30/14 10:19am Tech Issues
battery maintainer

Have 4, 6 volts batteries . Can I use 2 battery maintainers one for 2 6 volters , the other hook to the other 6 volt pair. Will that be good for alright to do?
Rmcgrath53 10/29/14 02:16pm Tech Issues
RE: newb with a DRW/SRW question

I have had both. The DW is the way to go. If I buy another truck I will definitely go with the dually.
Rmcgrath53 04/16/14 09:51am Fifth-Wheels
RE: adding a 12 volt battery to a bank of 4 =6volt battery

Thanks for the response. I am going to keep that battery, the 12 volt with jumper cable, and make use of it when needed.
Rmcgrath53 04/13/14 05:55am Tech Issues
adding a 12 volt battery to a bank of 4 =6volt battery

I have 4 new 6 volt batteries and a 12 volt battery that is like brand new. Can I add this marine battery to my bank of four batteries?. I have a solar set up of 560 watts with a mtpp Morningstar 60 Thanks for the help
Rmcgrath53 04/12/14 02:54pm Tech Issues
RE: Jacking up 5th wheel

I always jack up behind spring purch with TV hooked up. Lipert recommends doing that way. I saw an Eagle pulled along the side of free way with there wheels all bent up.
Rmcgrath53 04/03/14 03:39pm Fifth-Wheels
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