At the receptacle there were 2 pos wires hooked up toit and 1 neg along with a small red wire coming off the receptaclegoing to 3 red wires. Also one of the neg cables is not hooked up tothe receptacle but taped off with 3 black wires hooked to it. I haveincluded photos to see if anybody knows how I can hook this up andwhy was it hooked up this way. I think I need to find out what the 3wires run, unhook them and hook the one negative backup to thereceptacle.
Then the new Minn Kota will run on 24v. Any help would be appreciated. Ok do not see how to attach photos You can email me and I can send photos Charges both batteries from the 12 volt alternator up to amps. No need for 3 output shore power charger, a single output charger on the starting battery charges ALL batteries.
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Automatic switching between 12 or 24 volts, no jumpers or switches to change. Originally Posted by rfrains Originally Posted by Bradrodfish. I believe this is what Jones is talking about, basically the jumper is just located at the plug instead of at batteries. Images of 3wire and 4wire 4wire is what jones is talking about I believe. Last edited by moetorola; at Note, image shows charging both batteries at the same time.
Not the best thing as one battery could be over or under charged. You could or should remove jumper on ground terminals at plug to charge batteries individually. So one it battery is not over or under charged. In all cases Jumper or Jumpers to be installed in the plug end of charger or Trolling motor, not the socket in boat.
Originally Posted by moetorola. Correct me if I am wrong on any of this Jones! Attached Images 24V ranger connection. Originally Posted by Ann-Marie.
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How could one battery be overcharged and not the other? Originally Posted by Jonestrollingmotor. I don't agree with this statement, nor do I agree with the drawing. This is the drawing I use: This connection setup was originally designed to charge both batteries from a single bank charger by using a charge plug. The charge plug had two jumpers going from positive to positive and negative to negative in the drawing they would be horzontal Charging two batteries in parallel does not undercharge a battery, however, if left connected and not charging, a battery this is bad will become a load and draw the other battery down.
If you had a charger that had to read when the batteries were fully charged, a bad battery could give a misreading and cause the charger to continue charging, however, it would not over charge the good battery since the bad battery is bring the good battery down. There is no reason to disconnect any wires while charging two batteries in parallel, however, if you try to charge two batteries from one charger and the batteries are in series jumped at the batteries , you have to disconnect a jumper to connect parallel cables.
Since in the drawing above, the batteries have no jumper it's in the plug , nothing needs to be disconnected at the battery. My drawing is essentially the same, the only difference.. I did not pay attention to pin locations being horizontal as it is just an electrical drawing. And I did not indicate plug end, I was drawing as if the charger was plugged in. Too much spray over a couple of years caused it to fail.
Going forward, I will keep the breaker shut off unless I am actively using the trolling motor. That should extend the life of my wires significantly and can prevent a fire hazard. This diagram shows how a 36 volt trolling motor would be set up. I have a Pro Sport 20 which is a three bank charger that allows me to charge both trolling motor batteries and my house battery. To set this up you just attach the positive and negative wires to each of the batteries you want to charge.
How To Wire A Trolling Motor
Even though the trolling motor batteries are wired together they each need their own charger lead. The final step is rigging the male end of the plug to your trolling motor. These plugs come with room for three wires, and are numbered, so you want to make sure that if you used holes 1 and 2 on the female end, you use holes 1 and 2 on the male end as well.
The plug is in a very wet part of my boat, so I loaded up on the electrical grease and covered everything metal before sliding the cover over it. If you are getting corrosion due to electricity and water, these plugs will be the first obvious signs. Power can be checked at the plug using a volt meter.
If everything is working properly and your batteries are charged, you should get a reading slightly above the voltage rating. Any lower and there is a problem. One of the most common problems is a loose connection on a battery terminal, so always check that first. Welcome to BD Outdoors!
I am moving the trolling motor batteries to the front. The dealer had a volt 20 amp swich at the console up positon was for 24 volt and down was for 12 volt charging. The switch has been to light for the amp. I have to replace it every year because it gets toasted. I was usng two battery chargers to charge both the batteries. I have to put the switch to 12 volt during the charging. Maybe use a relay amp in lieu of this 20 amp switch. I know enought to get me into trouble. Help I also bought a new 2 bank duel pro battery charger. I want to wire a new system using my trolling motor and new battery charger.
Maybe some one could e mail me a diagram?? July 20th, , July 23rd, , Also, I want to connect the starter battery to the trolling motor batteries. Inorder to either charge the trolling motor batteries with the generator or jump the starter battery should it be drained.
I was told that you need a isolator? Can I e mail with a diagram of my boat battery layout. If you were running 12 volts, it would be easy.
The problem is, everything has a common ground. As such, you cannot charge 24 volts with a 12 volt system. In order to charge your trolling batteries with 12 volts, you would have to disconnect them in series and re-connect them in parallel, which could have some complications. Now, if you have a dual-battery charger it MAY be able to charge both batteries while they are still connected in series.
It deals with common ground and floating ground, and gets more in depth than you need anyways. Your battery charger literature should tell you if it is possible or not. July 24th, , It seems from your other posts, you know your stuff. I am moving my batteries up front and want to wire my own system. In the old system, they ran and made the 24 jump at a 20 amp 3 way toggle switch, which toasted over a long draw from the trolling motor. The things I want to do are: Use my new 2 bank dual charger to charge my trolling motor batteries when pluged into v.
Jump my 12 v starter battery from one of the trolling motor battery. Charge all three batteries while running the outboard motor.go here
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I have a diagram that I drew up for Items I to 3. The diamgram uses 4 buss bars. The diagram is as follows: Batt 1, 12v and Batt 2, 12 v trolling motor and batt 3, 12v starter.