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Amps on onboard charger

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Is there that much of an advantage to get a 30Amp charger vs. a 10Amp charger? just curious, want to pull the trigger soon and need some advice

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wv

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How many banks are there, i.e. how many batteries is the charger for and what kind, deep cycle, starting?

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I’m assuming that you are looking at a 3 bank charger with 10 amps per bank? This will be plenty for charging your deep cycles and starter battery. I used a 6 amp per bank charger for years and there were only a couple of times when it did not charge completely overnight (after a day of hard trolling motor use).

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