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    Posted: 23 Feb 2018 at 11:46am
So the advantages / dis advantages of
1) 2-12volt deep cycle batteries, with a battery switch to toggle usage from one to the other, having one with a trickle charger connection to keep it fully charged, the other will be charged via the TV just as if tit was the sole battery.

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2) 2- 6volt batteries connected in the a series
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Originally posted by goof2014

So the advantages / dis advantages of
1) 2-12volt deep cycle batteries, with a battery switch to toggle usage from one to the other, having one with a trickle charger connection to keep it fully charged, the other will be charged via the TV just as if tit was the sole battery.

vs/

2) 2- 6volt batteries connected in the a series
The other option (that we currently use) is two 12V batteries in parallel. I think the main factor is that two high capacity 6V batteries will usually be less expensive than two high capacity 12V batteries.
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my father is a hunter and that's why all our campings are combined with hunting. So there is often a problem not only with the choice of clothes but also with where to buy hunting gear. Some tips  about dry camping I found here https://rvshare.com/blog/dry-camping-tips-every-beginner-know/
take a look, maybe it will useful for youBig smile
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