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nb Innisfree

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  12. Probably, can't recall exactly, 29.2v? (8x 120ah AGM - didn't dare go over 14.6v per batt) It was 15 yrs ago and boat was sold in 2015. Ooo you technical thing you. Why? Penny just dropped, I meant boat was fitted with 12v batts wired in series/parallel to give 24v, should have said full charge was reached at 0.2 amps @29.2v
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  14. I slid a long tube over the side handle, along with my home brewed device it turned a very physical effort into little effort. Brains, not brawn. I'm 76 now and shoulders still ok! 🙂
  15. Skin fittings: When I fitted out Innisfree (2003 to 2005) I cut something like 12 or 13 holes in 6mm steel, 2 size of bi-metal hole saw, no lubrication and loads of pressure, very rapid, hole saws still sharp and now sitting in my w'shop, though mains drill never quite recovered. ETA: It took a very strenuous effort so after the first few holes I made up a spring loaded nut & bolt device to apply the pressure while drill did the turning. It took 2 drills actually, first one, 240v 700 odd watts 2 speed 'box soon burnt out, 2nd one was a 240v Dewalt single variable speed, though it smoked a few times it carried on giving good service for a few years before departing to Dewalt heaven, amazing tool RIP.
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  17. Wierd, yes 24v I blame Alien interference
  18. Once we were on a hook up and Victron was on charger only, ie no output from batts, it took 72 hrs to go from from 80% to 100% SoC before charge stabilised, approx 0.2 amps @24v.
  19. A few hours to replace power used maybe, but it takes a minimum of 24hrs to fully recharge so in reality if batts are used they will never reach a full charge, at best just a slow deterioration.
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  21. I used to be undecided but now I'm not so sure.
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