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Hi IXPLOR, did you get that battery under the passenger seat?
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Hi IXPLOR, did you get that battery under the passenger seat?
Yep sure did had to lay on side checked first and manufacturer sent email saying all good.

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Looks good, that must be a very small form factor 115ah battery you have there!!!!

Ringer13, how did you go?
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IXPLOR, good job!!

Hi Imaz, ordered battery and charger on Monday, same one as yours, at least I def know it fits. Hoping it arrives by Friday so i can get it in over the weekend.
Ended up going with a Projecta dc dc, solar charger, a lot smaller, and if my measurements are correct, should all easily fit.
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Yep sure did had to lay on side checked first and manufacturer sent email saying all good.
how good are the intervolt dcdc charges . Nice and compact and the battery monitor included is fantastic
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Battery in!
Same volts from battery to fridge plug = Happy.
Hooked up an Anderson plug for the solar if ever I need it.
The Projecta fits in nicely towards the front with the display facing up, which is convenient.
Thanks for your advice Imaz, much appreciated, and to others that commented.
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Battery in!
Same volts from battery to fridge plug = Happy.
Hooked up an Anderson plug for the solar if ever I need it.
The Projecta fits in nicely towards the front with the display facing up, which is convenient.
Thanks for your advice Imaz, much appreciated, and to others that commented.
Pictures? Would help others. Total cost?

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how good are the intervolt dcdc charges . Nice and compact and the battery monitor included is fantastic
Pretty good actually bar the fact we flattened our battery first outing.

Was not the intervolts fault turns out when we kept pushing the start button to power up stereo it was also telling the intervolt the ignition was on so allowing the main battery to charge the second.

I believe you can set the low voltage cutout however must have skipped this important fact during commissioning and grabbed another corona instead.

All fixed up now however.

I love the display screen, its mounted under the centre console lid just behind the CD player. All we have to do is pop open lid to see battery status, charge rate etc a real nice peice of kit and rated to 50 degrees c ambient operation which is great for hot days up the beach etc plus locally made in Australia which is a bonus
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