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Robin's Corner | Battery Guard BG-40-200 Product Review

Robin's Corner

BG-40-200

 

This device is good to have. It is my understanding that you should never let your batteries drain 100%....get this battery guard which is made by Samlex (leading manufacturer in this field) to protect your batteries.  What this device will do is when your battery gets down to a certain level it will shut off what ever is draining it, so that you might avoid damage to the battery.  This is great for RV’ers.

Robin 

 "Complicated thinking doesn’t always answer the question."


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