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December 21, 2013 3:26 am



Dear Dennis, 

TrueAm Battery KitI wanted to send you a note to say happy holidays and thanks for selling me on the idea of using your new battery isolators. My little shop is now installing about 10 of these a month on both new and older model boats. I can honestly tell you I disliked using the old isolators because of the required alternator connection. I also had used the solenoid type of battery isolator but it required connecting to the ignition system which usually proves to be a time consuming task.

We have even had success with your battery isolator on outboards that have small amp output and normally would be unable to charge two batteries at once but with yours we have had no problems. With this new dual battery isolator it takes only a few minutes to connect between the two batteries and we’re finished. Generally less than an hour from start to finish. I’m making more profit in less time and charging the customer less! I did advertising for this service and we already have 31 appointments for installation between Dec. and March. Thanks again and please keep me abreast of the new products available.

Jacob A.
Temple, TX



Just installed your marine  dual battery kit in my boat to allow my second battery to charge when I’m running the main engine. Works great and had plenty of cable to reach the forward location of the second battery. Also discovered that my shore charger, which is connected to my second battery only, will now keep the main battery charged when I plug it in at home. Great kit great price.

Doug Z.
College Park, GA

Just had my son install your dual battery kit and 2 additional isolators to connect all of my additional batteries to the main engine’s charging system. I now have 5 batteries all automatically connected to the charging source from the two engines. The single dual battery kit provided us with enough cable to make all connections we just had to purchase a couple more cable ends. He figured it would take the entire day but he was done by noon so of course we had to go fishing to try it out. We ran two hours offshore then ran all the electronics as well as the appliances including the TV.


My son kept monitoring the dual battery isolators & checking the charge in each battery. When we finished fishing the charge in the accessory batteries had dropped to 12.1volts. The main batteries were at 12.8volts.

We ran into shore and again checked all batteries and all five registered 12.9 volts with the engines off. While running the engines and all isolators showing indicator lights the voltage at each battery registered 13.4volts. Seems it was a big success and I no longer have to remember to turn the manual battery switches. Next week we will be staying offshore for two nights we’ll really have the opportunity to test them.

Jorge V. 
Lakeworth, FL

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