Sterling Power Pro Batt Ultra 60A B2B on eBay

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  1. CCC

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    As long as it works and lasts ( don't see any mention of warranty ) then its good value , think i paid near £300 for my BBW1260 60amp charger ( think its the same as this but waterproof )
     
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    Did you not read the auction listing. It does state that it's fully functional i.e. working and as it's secondhand and a private individual I doubt he would offer any warranty and would it last, well that's the chance you that you take buying secondhand the same for the secondhand ones that have been sold through this forum in the past.
    Mine works fine and at under half the price of new, then that's a chance I was willing to take. Electronics tend to work of don't.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up, I bought one, appears to be the lastest version.
    The guy does mess about with his listing keeps putting the price up and down throughout the day I paid £135.
     
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    Yes, I noted that the price was up and down like a seesaw and then saw it was sold and wondered if a Funster had gone for it.
    Fitted mine last week and I'm now waiting for a DC reading clamp meter to arrive to see what it's pumping through to the hab battery.
     
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    Mine arrived today, paid £145. Looks new but who can tell, no battery temperature sensor included. Packaging left a lot to be desired. Did you get around to testing yours @CCC ?
     
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    All fitted up and working but still waiting for the dc amps reading clamp meter to arrive to see what it pumping out to the hab battery.
     
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    I thought that at first as the cable entry knockouts were still in tack but then I noticed screwhead marks around the mounting holes.
     
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    I'll have a closer inspection tomorrow. Just wondering now how to get cables from the engine bay to the hab area. :)
     
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    yes mine iS OBVIOUSLY 12 -12 too, just grabbed the first pic. I cant see a difference between the 2
     
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    Is that because you were fitting it in a Swift?:xrofl::xrofl::xrofl:
     
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    yes as said, sorry I just grabbed the first pic, I know mines a 12v - 12v
     
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    From what I can see in your avitar looks you have a German van, if it has and Elektroblock you can tap straight into the connections on the rear.
     
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    The rear of the electroblok? That would make things a lot easier.
     
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    Hi Lenny, do you happen to know which particular block it can tap into? I have an Elektroblock EBL99

    Pete
     
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    The battery connections on the back of the EBL.
     
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