The National Luna power pack can be connected to the vehicle’s auxiliary battery, keeping in mind that once the solenoid engages, it connects the batteries in parallel and the alternator is put under strain as 3 batteries need to get charged. In almost all cases, the battery in the NLPP is a different type than the batteries fitted in the vehicle. Charging different types of batteries inline is not ideal as each battery type reacts differently to charge. The battery will charge and care must be taken not to drain the battery too much as it will take much longer to top up. The grey 50A plug on the side of the electrical panel can be used as a solar input plug. Be sure to connect the regulator to the battery first, via the 50A plug, before connecting the panel on the regulator.
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- Does the battery bracket (BBTL002) fit a Land Cruiser 75 series with front leaf springs?
- What material is (ECOM064) plug plate made of?
- How do I bolt this bracket (BBRA002) down?I assume I have to drill holes though the botton flange and use coutersunk screws to prevent damage to the battery?
- What are the dimensions of this battery bracket (BBRA002)?
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- What is the gauge of the wiring included in (ECOM028) ?