24v charging thru slave port

Daybreak

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Howdy,

Even though I make use of the slave port for 24v charging. I still every now and then hook the NOCO G7200 up to each battery by itself to ensure it is fully charged.
 

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Did anyone ever end up buying the higher amperage connector from Graywacke? I bought the one Daybreak suggested for my trickle charger and it worked great.

After waiting hours for my dead batteries to charge today on my MEP-803A, I am realizing I need a jump start solution.

Curious if anyone is setup for jump starting and what amperage rating they decided was appropriate.
 
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gtodan

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Great thread! Thank you.
I went with the Graywacke slave setup.
I use the 24Volt Pulsetech unit.
However I am having trouble getting the unit to work past the "no battery connection" warning.
I run a keyed battery cutoff switch at the battery cover. It does not charge whether switch is in on/off position.
Any ideas?
Thanks
 

Daybreak

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Howdy,

I would suggest that if your batteries really die, that they be charged 12v individually. The slave port works good for charging and trickle charging. Every now and then I take off the slave port connector and put the clamps on, and give the batteries a individual charge check-up.

Double check your wiring in the graywacke connector. - and + setups.

Double check that the slave port itself is connected and working too.
 
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