Question about Marine Electronics
This is a common problem, it has a two-fold solution. First of all marine equipment needs to be routined this is often not done. What I mean is that the first thing I would suggest is the at least twice a day you start up the engines on your boat to keep the battery charged. This is called a power routine the goal is since equipment now employs vampire powering (slow, but continuous drain), you should keep the battery charged by performing a power routine. Second if you must I would suggest installing a battery exclusively for the boat's electronics which can be switched in and out as needed, that way your electronics can be powered while the boat's engines are not on and when they are on it can be charging both batteries.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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