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How to connect a 2 bank (4 batteries) to the 3 GUEST switches.

How to connect a 2 bank (4 batteries) to the 2 GUEST switches with off;1;both and 2 positions plus 1 GUEST switch with on or off for emergency parallel.I am using 4 OPTIMA MARINE batteries for 2 YAMAHA 225HP four strokes and all the accesories in my center console boat.I will appreciate if you can provide me a diagram and instructions to help me make the correct connection.

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  • manuel_mm Aug 14, 2009

    The GUEST switches are factory installed in my HYDRA-SPORTS 2600CC w/twin YAMAHA 225 four stokes,both engines and the boat are 2004. I'm using (4)OPTIMA MARINE batteries,(2)per bank. Each bank has a (4) position switch,OFF; 1; BOTH; 2. The third one is an emergency parallel switch with only ON and OFF. All the boat's accessories are connected from the right(second) bank. I will appreciate If you can send me a diagram how to best make the wire connections. And please tell me in what position should I operate the switches to maintain all the batteries charged.THANK YOU for your help!

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    Aaron Bleeker May 11, 2010

    Do you have the switches already? Is this a two engine boat? Do you have a separate feed for your "house" supply? There may be a much better way to wire your battery system but it will depend on what your setup is. Either way I can help.

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Sorry for the delay. I don't understand why they have the third "on/off" switch. Normally on a boat like yours, the set would be as follows :
Each pair of batteries would be jumped together to make a single large bank. We can then consider them "bank 1" and "bank 2" usually they will correspond to port and starboard.
Now you will take the positive lead from bank 1 and connect it to B1 on the port switch and then jumper it to B1 on the starboard switch.
You will do the same for bank 2 and the starboard switch.
The "common" on each switch will be your positive output to the motors corresponding them to port and starboard.
Now you can run your port motor with the port switch selected to battery 1 and the starboard motor with the starboard switch selected to battery 2.
Your emergency parallel is already built in. If battery bank 1 dies, you can start both engines with battery bank 2 and vice versa. Putting the switche(s) to the "all" position will allow you to start/run the engine(s) form both banks at once.
You can use the third switch to supply the "house" system. Take its power feed from the "common" terminal on either of the battery switches. In this way you can isolate which battery bank you use to draw power from for all of your accessories so there is no fear of you running a battery bank dead and being stranded. For example if your house feed is connected to the port battery switch and you have the port battery switch selected to bank 1 (port bank), should you run the battery dead listening to the radio you can simply start the starboard engine and then select "all" on the port switch. Now the starboard engine will be charging the port battery bank, bringing the house system back to life and allowing you to start the port engine.
In order for the system to work it is important that all of the battery and engine grounds be connected together in a central point (a common buss bar).
Dont forget that you cannot switch battery switches while the engines are running.
Good Luck!

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