Originally Posted by andy
If I remove the battery for the winter & stay connected to shore power, will the converter continue to try to charge?
The original question, as asked relates to storage. Not sure how the battery will be discharged to 50% while on shore-power, unless there is an extended power failure for about a week or so. I believe we have addressed the question, without trying to confuse the OP.
If you would like to continue the discussion regarding charging, discharging.. loads, quality of TT chargers, you may want to create a new thread to carry on the discussion.
Just my thoughts,
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