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Originally posted by Pitbullx@Sep 20 2005, 06:37 PM~3853572
honestly you dont need one unless you play the stereo for long periods of time without the car running.....

An isolator simply checks if a battery is fully charged before allowing the secondary battery to be recharged...


That has nothing to do with the car not running, as the isolator serves as a charging switch.
 

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Originally posted by Pitbullx@Sep 21 2005, 07:42 AM~3856179
a switch that keeps the batteries seperated from eachother... thus allowing u to play ur shit without the car running and not discharging the main battery.....

I would beg to differ, it does NOT stop power from coming from both batteries, it ONLY stops a charge from reaching the secondary battery before the main battery is charged.

Do your research homie, it is a simple idea, not a 2 way path.
 

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The Battery Isolator.

The battery isolator is a device that allows the cars alternator to recharge the auxiliary battery while protecting the cars starting battery from discharging, if these batteries are simply linked together you run the very real risk of draining them both to a level that you can not start the engine


http://www.fridge-and-solar.net/dual_bat.htm
 

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Clown that fool ! :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao:
 
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