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Location: Chandler(Gaspesie) Quebec Battery wiring diagram for 2 outboards I'm building a center console boat with 2 outboards motor. Location: netherlands good diagrams but apart from the master A - B - Both - off switch you can have a momentairy toggle switch on the dash witch parallels the battery's to assist in starting (from deep cycle?) dont even know if dynamo's this way run over the multi phase charger, am buying (deep cycle?) start battery's tommorow, hope the marina store knows. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. I am an electrial engineer so it would be appropriate for me to write about electricity on boats. Of course there are a lot of different ways in which you can connect your batteries on to the engine. In this type of batterie connection we have 1 engine (alternator), 2 batteries and an 1-2-ALL-OFF switch. The common use of the ystem is that we use our start battery (switch in position 1) for starting the engine and when driving and our service battery otherwise(switch in position 2). WARNING: You must not move your switch between positions while your engine is operating becouse it will damage your alternator. The solar panel has monocrystalline solar cells and a diode component which prevents reverse current.
Perfect for heavy weight boats and lifts up to 10,000 lbs.The solar panel mounts to an adjustable arm.
Anodized aluminum frame and rust resistant.Designed for Freshwater and Saltwater environments! The solar panel has monocrystalline solar cells and a diode component which prevents reverse current.Single battery tray included. Very high charge-acceptance rates (CARs), so high that they can burn out alternators or trip breakers on shorepower for battery-chargers. The wire from the roof to the charge controller needs to be sized for a maximum of 3% voltage drop. I found Heart Link 2000 prices ranging from $500 at West Marine to $350 at SailNet in 2002. Naming pulse devices and liquid battery magic as equalization products is totally misleading.
Storm Force Marine Hong Kong, Agents in Hong Kong, China and South East Asia for the best manufacturers of Marine Products in the world. Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. One of those small terminals gets nothing hooked to it, so just hook the thin wire to the other terminal. I got the small wire in contact with the other small terminal, but when I touched the battery , the starter ran continuously like it did with the other small terminal. OK, Can you tell me the colors of each of those wires along with an estimate of the gauge and if possible where they are coming from, for example a 0 Gauge red wire (cable) coming from the battery positive, etc.I was napping, sorry! Ok, let me know if the one thin wire has voltage with the key off and again with the key on and again if when the key is on start? OK, leave the thin wire off for now and let me know if the starter still spins when hooking those other wires and and hooking up the battery. How difficult would it be to remove that starter and hook it up to the battery with jumper cables while sitting it on the ground and placing your foot on it so it don't kick and go rolling away?If not too difficult and you have jumper cables, remove it and just hook up the battery negative cable to the starter metal housing, and then just touch quickly each of the those other terminals to see what they do and what they are for. Here are 2 pictures, from the best I can tell the one shows how the starter should be wired, but I did add in the jump start procedure.
If any hot wire comes in contact with the terminal with either the wire, cable or connection that leads into the starter case, then it will spin. I wrapped electrician tape around exposed portions of the small wire and move all other wires out of the way. Tory Johnson, GMA Workplace Contributor, discusses work-from-home jobs, such as JustAnswer in which verified Experts answer people’s questions.
I would (and have) recommend your site to others I was quite satisfied with the quality of the information received, the professional with whom I interacted, and the quick response time. I have quite some knowledege on the subject mainly becouse I DIY built two boats along with all the wireing an electrical systems. You switch the C terminal between the A and B treminals and connect the two of them when the switch is in ALL position.


The all position of the switch is usefull if both of your batteries are empty or we wish to charge both of our batteries. Battery 1 would so power the starter motor of the first engine and battery 2 would power the starter motor of the second engine. In this case we would turn our B switch to position 1 so we could supply  right engine’s starter with batetry 1. If you are, please let me know and I will do my best to find a Expert to assist you right away. I want to use a 1000 Watts inverter and electronics (Camcorder, computer, GPS) on boat for several hours. This means that we can choose between the two batteries or use them both to start our engine. We have the same wireing than in the first connection diagram just in this case we use a switch that switches 2 connections. Partial rebuild of the interior is underway, and just about complete in the forward cabin and head.
If you can't find what you want listed on our pages, look at the manufacturer's website, tell us what you want and we'll get it for you, if it isn't already in stock. The small wirle is covered with black rubber, is 16 to 14 guage and the wire is red with a black line.
That one would make the starter spin as soon as it gets voltage, so if you were to hook the positive battery cable to that, the starter would spin and soon as you re-hooked the battery back up.The other wire I assume goes to the alternator, that is what the wiring diagram said. I had real doubts about this website but your promptness of response, quick followup and to the point answer with picture was incredible. Maybe I can add a swith to connect both cranking batteries in case of failure of one battery. Of course this means that our engine will only charge the selected battery or both if we select ALL position on the switch. If it is weak, we simply turn our A switch and battery 2 now supplies the left engine’s starter. If there is a big connection, that has a connection on it that goes into the starter just leave that one alone.
My question is, why did the car start right up when the small wire was in contact with the small terminal but not tightened down? On a modern boat you will see extensive use of downlights (small spotlights) which rather than being placed simply in the middle of the boat, are placed down the sides of the ceiling which distributes the light to the sides of the boat as well as creating more light, reducing the claustrophobic feeling inside the boat at night. Nothing is supposed to go there anyhow.Then at least one of the smaller connections should make the solenoid click.
Is it possible that it is contacting one of the other wires or terminals and I can't see it? Your start battery should be the classic lead start battery and your service battery should be a deep cycle batterie. We could use the ALL position if one of the alternators breaks and so the remaining alternator would charge both of our starter batteries. The other I assume is to power the ignition coil while it's cranking but I assume you have another wire, most likely from the ignition switch powering the coil while cranking.
The difference between the two is that the service battery should be capable of multiple losses of capacity without loosing its max capactiy value. So whichever one clicks the solenoid is where the thin wire would go and nothing to the other small connection. So this means that if the battery will get empty you will be able to recharge it multiple times to its full power. In this case the left engine would charge both of batteries and we would use batterie 1 for starting our engines. The big connection that makes the starter spin would excuse me be the one that does go into the starter, so you want to battery positive cable to go to the other one. We always thought that these power LED lights emitted less light than a conventional G4 Halogen spotlight.
A friend who, for some reason, has a digital light meter, discovered they put out around 20% more per LED than a conventional 10W Halogen bulb, when measured in lumens.
The LED emitter is a semi conductor, just like the processor on your PC, and just like that processor it needs to be kept cool.


The money in an LED light is in the heat sink - the lump of metal which transports heat away from the LED bulb itself and dissipates it through air.
Properly marinised LED lights are not just of a more robust construction, they also have larger heat sinks to deal with the reduced air space above them.
This makes them more expensive, but cheap ones will fail quite quickly, and LED bulbs in conventional light housings will fail very fast indeed (no heat sink see).The old wiring system at the front of the boat supported three lights (head, forecabin and reading light).
We are replacing this with 8 lights - head, two reading lights, main forecabin light, forward forecabin light, and four small spots. And of course, new wiring is required!Ripping out the interior meant that we pulled the old electrical system out of the forecabin, and we will later replace the rest as well. The wiring is 25 years old, and though it has lasted well, it is definitely at that time when replacement is due.As this is a phased update on the boat, in that we intend to use the boat in between fits of construction, we had to consider quite carefully how to rewire in bits.
Most boat owners believe that electrical wiring is a black art so they get someone else to do it, and then when the bill arrives they go ballistic over the time charges.
Our estimate, if we were to get the boat professionally rewired in Hong Kong, for a full job, is approximately HKD250,000! A 42 foot sailing boat has many kilometres of wire in it, probably more than the average house.Why is this? We don't just have lights, airconditioners and cookers, we also have a mass of other cabling for safety, instrumentation and navigation purposes.
With these, rather than having one central breaker panel, there are multiple clusters of breakers round the boat.
This is impossible to manage unless you have a way of remote switching them, which luckily someone has done for us, in a tough and protected marinised format.. These remote switches are programmable - you can have multiple switches switching on one device, or one switch used to control several devices. For example, freshwater pumps on boats that heel will run continuously once the tanks get a bit low - because of a lack of water on the supply side. One good way of getting round this is to have a timer switch on the freshwater pump - switch it on and it automatically switches off after 15 minutes. Obviously if you are in the middle of a shower this would be a pain if the switch was on the main panel, so the best way to do this is to have a pushbutton ON switch at each water consumer - galley, heads, showers so if it turns off, one push and it is on again. For example night time sailing could be one mode, which disables all interior lights unless they are red.And most of all, you massively reduce the amount of cabling you need, and you can wire it up in stages. Before, if you had six different powered items in a cabin, you ran six pairs of cables, via the controlling switch, all the way back to the breaker panel.
Now, you run one pair of power cables to the output box which is located in the same area as the items you need to power, and simply run cables from your powered devices to the outlet box which is remotely switched.
Take a look at the following illustration and compare it to the previous one.Much, much simpler. We estimate that a full re-wire job using this system will cost only HKD150,000.To prepare for this we moved the service batteries from where they were sitting underneath the chart table, to underneath the floorboards at the bottom of the companionway. This is so we can, for one night a week, run the airconditioner we are putting in the forward cabin from the inverter. All we need to do after that is replenish the batteries.This airconditioning trick is not possible with everyone's products. These draw around 30% less power for the same cooling effect than their competitors, and have much lower startup current requirements.
We estimate that with the compressor running for 30% of the time that over ten hours the unit will pull 200Ah overnight. An additional 150A Balmar alternator from Victron has been installed on the engine so the batteries can be quickly recharged Later willcome the solar panels so that they can do the re-charge job during the week.To power the airconditioner we are running the Victron EasyPlus inverter charger. This comes pre-wired with cables to the batteries included, as well as built-in RCDs to protect against possible electrical shocks downstream of it.



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