drbob 0 Posted September 2, 2014 Share Posted September 2, 2014 The other boat has three batteries - 1 for the house and 1 for each engine. Starboard start battery has a BEP VSR connecting to the house battery. I didn't install the VSR and I can't tell what model it is, except it's not labeled as one of the newer DVSs and it doesn't say it's dual sensing. Now I've hooked up a solar panel via a regulator to the house battery. Just checked the house batt and it's at 13.7 v. The solar regulator indicates its giving float charge. The VSR light is on indicaing it's operating, and the start battery is also showing 13.7 v. The other start battery is down at 12.7 because it has no charging source without engine running. Can I assume the VSR is a dual sensing model? This would be a bonus, which leads me to think all I now need is to replace the solar regulator with a dual output one to feed the other engine battery. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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