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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 15-10-2020, 22:16 Thread Starter
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Battery isolator switch

Just in the process of converting my 2015 Boxer Professional and thinking about fitting a battery isolator switch for the main chassis battery.
Will this cause any problems to any of the systems if they have no power for several weeks at a time? Eg radio, body control monitor etc?
Is switch rated at 100A with 5 sec at 500A ok? Thanks
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I would have thought it would all be okay, but there would be no alarm system, the radio would likely lose all stations, and obviously no charging from EHU unless you set it up that way.

I'm no auto sparky so cannot be certain I'm right and I can't comment on the switch.
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