Enerdrive Technical TipsWelcome to our Technical Tips page where we share some wise words about our products and other independent power knowledge.
More often than not a loose connection or poorly connected cable in your DC system will heavily affect charging and discharging of your battery. We get many phone calls complaining that our charger is in float but the battery monitor is only showing 60% charge. 99.5%...read more
This is the second in a two part series of technical briefs on circuit protection. Part 1 showed how to choose the correct wire size for DC circuits. Part 2 will show how to correctly select a fuse and fuse holder for your DC electrical installation. Regulations...read more
This is part 1 of a 2 part series.Choosing the right cable size for your DC electrical project is important, since a wire that is too small can overheat and possibly start a fire. The American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) publishes charts with valuable detail to help...read more
Battery charger size is based on the overall battery capacity that you have as well as allowing for what loads you would normally run when the battery charger is operating. The key to any battery charger is the basic operation. When a charging source is operating, it...read more
This is a question we get asked every day. With most caravaners these days spending more time off the grid compared to being plugged in at a caravan park, solar becomes their primary charging source. Caravan manufactures today are generally installing a single 150w...read more
Can I charge my lithium battery with a lead acid charger? This is a question we get asked every day by the general public. Lithium batteries are not like lead acid and not all battery chargers are the same. A 12v lithium LiFePO4 battery fully charged to 100% will hold...read more