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Battery switch
Posted by Seahook on Mar 23 2005
Hi Jay,

Perko makes the most common battery switches.  You can use any age of battery as long as they are still good and hold a charge.  For anchoring, beaching, and short runs keep the switch to "1" or "2" to keep a good backup available.  .If you are planning on running a good distance, move the switch to "ALL" so that you can charge up both batteries.

Here's what you need...
https://www.perko.com/cgi-bin/perko.pl?dis+8501_8502-battery_selector_switches_info

And here's the installation diagram...
https://www.perko.com/diagram2.html

Good luck.

--Shawn

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Shawn Hooton, Registered Guide #1044
Seahook Charters of Alaska
9003 Long Run Dr.
Juneau, AK  99801
https://www.seahook.com/

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