This is my first time really boon docking I set the generator (via LCI one control) to come on when battery is 12v. It tried once, didnít start and then - nothing. Whatís the story on this? Is there a setting somewhere? Are these systems not to be relied upon? I hear about some systems that start on temperature if you leave pets etc. - I donít have pets but this so far, is not giving me confidence.
our Magnum AGS has no issues starting our diesel generator anytime it needs to...sounds like you need to manually start your generator to make sure it's not a starting issue, the AGS should then be able to start it from then on. I imagine that some AGS try for a certain time, but if the generator doens't start, it stops trying.
'14 Thor Palazzo 33.3 compact diesel 110k+miles since '14... US, Alaska, Canada...
AND a '14 Gulfstream Amerlite
AND a '07 ForestRIver Rockwood : )
You mention this being your first time boondocking.
What year is your rig and your generator?
What make/model is your generator?
How many hours on your generator?
What preventative maintenance have you done?
Have you test run your generator for several hours to make sure itís stable?
Ken and Terry
2018 Sunseeker 2430S
and might rarely get pushed by our 2017 GMC Terrain toad (4 wheels down)
Former Georgetown 330TS owner for 10 years with more mods than I can count.
Based on the info available I would think your genset will not start because of low voltage. 12V is a 60% discharged battery. Easy to test this theory. Charge the batteries up to at least 12.5 volts and set your AGS for 12.4 volts.
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In addition to raising the AGS turn on voltage as just mentioned, I would be sure to have run the generator very recently. Carb bowls dry up, and if itís been a while since the generator ran, it may not start up easily without being reprimed.
2020 Sunseeker 2440DS on 2019 Ford E-450, Trekker cap, Topaz paint