From: Stu Ellis (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 03 2003 - 18:50:33 PST
I bought some also. Read the brochure that was in box. It tells you how to
hook up batteries for the 24v (2 battery) setup. I bought the 24v one.
Southern New Hampshire, USA
'Live Free Or Die"
MVPA #14790 MVMVC
1967 M151A1 Jeep
1964 M416 1/4 Ton Trailer
1986 M1009 CUCV Blazer
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Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 9:43 PM
Subject: Re: [MV] Solargizer Query
> Hi Paul,
> I have used their units for some time now with very good results. I'm
afraid that I use one per battery in all of my vehicles. I spoke to one of
their reps and he stated that this was the best way to use them.
> Best of luck,
> > From: "Paul A. Thomas" <email@example.com>
> > Date: 2003/02/03 Mon PM 09:15:16 EST
> > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Military Vehicles Mailing List)
> > Subject: [MV] Solargizer Query
> > Hi All:
> > I ordered a Pulsetech 735X150 trickle charger after reading various
> > here. The unit came with mounting hardware however without any form of
> > manual or instruction sheet. For once I actually want to RTFM and can
> > not! sigh.
> > The web site (
> > ) shows this Solargizer will charge systems with UP TO a 24 volt
> > system. I ordered it when I was unsure about the deuces wiring. It
> > out the truck was converted to 12 volts, so the unit should work on it.
> > The Solargizer comes with two leads, positive and negative, to attach to
> > the battery. My deuce has two TL6 batteries running in parallel with a
> > of manual switches which can let me run either or both batteries at the
> > same time. My concern is that the Solargizer probably detects the amount
> > resistance to it's trickle charge to the batteries and cuts back or adds
> > more juice as required (??). If I split the pair of connectors from the
> > Solargizer will the different charging states of the two batteries
> > it? Or possibly cause an overcharging? All of the posts I've read on
> > indicate folks are buying one and only one Solargizer for their trucks,
> > thus I guess it will work. But as I just dropped $200 on the batteries
> > was hoping for a ' comfort check ' from current owners.
> > On a side note: what's up with the price quoted on the Pulsetech web
> > for the units? Mine 'lists' for $219, however I bought it for....
> > $20 or $40 from a list member.. It seems like an awfully wide margin by
> > standard.
> > Thanks in advance for your info.
> > Paul
> > MVPA #24986
> > '53 REO M35 Fire Conversion
> > '53 AEC Chevy 3/4 Ton
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