Battery Master Fitting

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  1. Enjoy_Yourself

    Enjoy_Yourself Read Only Funster

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    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me whether I can fit the vanbitz battery master wires to the appropriate terminals in the CBE 12V distribution box fitted in my 2007 Rapido please? The terminals are marked B1 +, B2 + and B2 - (with another being marked "OUT") so I presume in my innocence that this would correspond with the connections required in the Battery Master fitting instructions. Was almost convinced in my logic but decided to renew my subscription to Motorhome fun and consult the experts! Figured £10 was probably a lot cheaper than frying something electronic!

    Any help gratefully recieved.
     
  2. Techno

    Techno Funster Life Member

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    A very difficult one as there are reports of battery master causing other electrical issues with CBE panels and Rapido's especially. Some Rapido panels already transfer charge to the engine battery.
    However on the CBE panel charge is only transferred if connected to the battery charger terminal so I would give it a go as you suggest

    Battery charger terminal is no.30 and normally were solar would be connected
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