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    Default Aussie electrical system design

    Just wondering if any Aussies have dealt with Outback Marine in Qld. Just wondering if they’re any good etc? Or other companies that can draw up/supply a simple lithium system for me?
    Only other similar company I’ve found is Pacific Yacht Systems in Canada.

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    Default Re: Aussie electrical system design

    Andrew, I don't know how extensive an electrical system you envision, but you may take a look at " moyermarineforum.com " ( no affiliation) - - this is a website / forum for boats with the Universal Atomic 4 engine - there are sections on wiring and starting circuitry - hope that helps.




    Rick

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    Default Re: Aussie electrical system design

    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeye54 View Post
    Andrew, I don't know how extensive an electrical system you envision, but you may take a look at " moyermarineforum.com " ( no affiliation) - - this is a website / forum for boats with the Universal Atomic 4 engine - there are sections on wiring and starting circuitry - hope that helps.




    Rick
    thanks Rick, I had a quick look at that site but I need more specific info about running an AGM start batt with house Lithium’s on a small system coming off a Balmar alt.

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    Default Re: Aussie electrical system design

    Andrew, try : " Balmar.net/choosing-a-balmar-charging-system/ " (again, no affiliation) hope that helps




    Rick

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    Default Re: Aussie electrical system design

    Balmar has a regulator that can be adjusted to charge any single type of battery. They also have a unit (Digital Duo) that taps off the regulator & can charge a 2nd type. I have the DD charging a conventional lead acid start battery while the main regulator charges AGM house batteries & it works a treat. I don't know if it can be set to charge AGM though.

    Seems it can: https://shop.pkys.com/Balmar-DDC-122...BoCw9gQAvD_BwE
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    Default Re: Aussie electrical system design

    Check out Ctek, they have a system for charging AGM and lithium's.
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