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    difference between m2-atx and m2-atx-hv

    as the title states,
    whats the difference between m2-atx and m2-atx-hv

    thanks guys

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    Old Systems retired due to new car
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    ok so now that i know that the M2-ATX-HV accepts voltages from 6v - 32v, what should i use, the M2-ATX-HV or the M2-ATX, its being used in a rather small passanger car with a 1.3Ltr engine. if that helps... is bigger always better

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    it's bigger in case you have a higher voltage battery/range. Chances are, the normal one (non-hv) is fine for you

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