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    Battery Pack Charging Circuit

    So Circuits then........ does anyone have a suitable charging circuit to recharge my dry cell motorcycle batteries in the back of my car which will power my carputer and which I also plan to power my coolbox in the summer...

    I have already run a cable from the alternator (with a relay in so as not to draing off main battery when parked up)

    if I was using a regular leisure battery I could just connect it right up but I am told this is not the case with the sealled type...

    All ideas welcome -

    Regs
    Ashley
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