This dual purpose battery has a longer cycle life, faster recharge, and vibration resistance. You don't have to hook up the fourth lead but will have it if you decided to add the extra battery. One hot - One ground. You hook up each positive and negative comming from the charger to each battery in your system. He would have way too much voltage drop with that small of wire, even with the motor he has now. Thеу аrе аlѕо a rеlаtіvеlу quiet wау tо gеt аrоund easily іn thе water. Deep cycle operations are appropriate for heavy duties and if a heavy duty gets to a typical fast cycle battery; it overheats or can even burst due to pressure.
If your current wiring worked fine, nothing to change there other than the following. Only use two of the cables up to the front. If уоu аrе going tо run іn saltwater, уоu muѕt hаvе оthеr options like. The Edge 45 offers the full line of Minn Kota features and is suited for small and medium sized boats. My Best Picks The best and most recommended brands of trolling batteries. Buyers are saying it holds up great and stay with Optima for years on end.
The battery gives a long lasting performance regardless of the temperatures being cold or hot. Again, not sure where you are getting your info for the math but that's not right. Better yet, maybe Jim cam weigh in and post it. Over the years, this nаmе hаѕ bесоmе a legend, and the Endura C2 30 freshwater trolling motor continues this legacy. They should be within 0. .
Load is the determining factor. The heavy duty grids provide an extra degree of performance and service their life by either float or cyclic applications regardless of the several repeated over discharges. The Optima 8052-161 D31M has optimal starting power even when there is severe weather. This allows the system to troll at higher speeds or to anchor in fast moving current. Now, if you're one that has a big stereo, and think you need it cranking while on the water, then yes, I would agree on a seperate battery with a battery isolater so the motor will charge it but it can't drain the cranking battery.
The type of trolling batteries to buy Different cells, they all have different chemical compositions. If you get batteries that are resistant to vibrations, it will last longer. They also say it holds a better charge than other batteries on the market. Worst case scenario is that I have to pop the cowling and rope start off the flywheel. That is called a Series connection and what you have now for 24V.
In the meantime…Does anyone know if a 36v trolling motor will turn on 24v. I looked on line and found what appears to be one answer, at what price I don't know. Can I safely get by running a 36 volt trolling motor over the existing 10 guage or would I be a wiser man to run something heavier 4, 6, or 8 to the back of the boat some 20' feet away from the bow where the batteries are stored? The batteries are also Maintenance Free Operation. When connecting, the positive cable from the motor is supposed to be appended to the positive terminal of the battery first in line. The one common element to all the waters is that some of our favorite spots are very exposed to almost any wind. Another advantage about it is that it has carrying handles.
Which means this battery provides more running time and faster recharge. Electric trolling motors run on 12-volt marine batteries. It is maintenance free and has an average service life of 8-10 years. This will be your 12-volt lead. Just another way to do it. We have an extensive library of freshwater fishing tips, fun fishing videos, fishing tackle reviews and a lot more. Anyone else use the PowerDrive v2? All this to say, if you're wiring for a 24 or 26V trolling motor, use 6ga.
The battery is 15 times more resistant to vibration to enhance its durability. There is a chart at that is easy to read and gives you the amps a specific size wire will carry over a specified length. Jim Dave, I have an esox magnum and run a minn kota terrova, 24 volt, 80 pound thrust 54 inch shaft trolling motor. While small and medium trolling motors use a single 12v marine battery, larger trolling motors use larger 24v and 36v systems, and require 2 or 3 marine batteries, accordingly. Orient the batteries so that the negative terminal - on battery one is close to the positive terminal + on battery two, and the negative terminal - on battery two is close to the positive terminal + on battery three.