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Old 12-08-2017, 08:45 PM   #1
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Question converter battery charger

Does anybody know if the converter battery charger in the EVO 2360 will keep the batteries charged while plugged into shore power with out boiling the water out? In my previous motor home the converter had a 4 stage charger on it and I left it plugged in all of the time to shore power. I only had to add water once a year. The 4 stage charger would de-sulphate the plates in the batteries every 21 days and then would fast charge the batteries and then go to a float charge. what type of converter is in the 2360? will the batteries be over charged if left on shore power all of the time.
Any help or advise appreciated.

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Old 12-08-2017, 11:07 PM   #2
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You most likely have the standard WFCO 3 stage converter.

I've had two trailers with them and never any issues keeping them plugged into shore power. Just checked the water levels once a month.
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