Battery life

Discussion in 'Bailey Motorhomes' started by Melvin, Feb 26, 2016.

  1. Melvin

    Melvin Funster

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    I will be picking up a new Bailey 765 next week and Im thinking about having a alarm fitted soon after (Stikeback). Can anyone provide any feedback on this conbanation,particularly the life of the battery ,as mine will sometimes sit unmoved for up to a month.
     
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    Speak to @eddievanbitz
     
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    As above but consider also, if you don't have it a solar panel or two and a battery master which will keep the vehicle battery topped up.
     
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    All alarms etc use some power.Luckily Eddie is a member on here and should be able to tell you exactly how much for his system.
     
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    Eddie is at the NEC Motorhomeshow at the moment so quite busy, but I'm sure he'll see this soon as he's been mentioned in it and will be alerted. (y)
     
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    Thanks to all for your replies ,I have been in touch with Vanbitz that's why I'm considering the Strikeback .The reason of my post was to see if any other members with same combination of M/H and Alarm had anything they would like to contribute .The Strikeback does seems to be the way to go.
     
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