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What's the difference between a on-board charger and say a INTELI POWER 45 AMP CONVERTER? I am looking to either put a conventional charger, on-board charger, or one of these inteli power converter in my wheelhouse. I am going to be using a Honda 2000 charger to power the charger during the day while on the ice. ANYONE know what difference between these things are?

Thanks, LFL

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I believe the converter will rectify a poor waveform better than the charger, providing a more predictable performance while using a cheap generator.

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So if I have a Honda 2000 generator, I should not need the intellipower thing? Why are the INTELI POWER 45 AMP CONVERTER's cheaper than say a two bank on-board charger?

Thanks, LFL

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I bought an INTELI POWER 45 AMP CONVERTER as a replacement for my camper as the original died it is great for charging the batteries when Im out I use a simular to honda 200 generator made for John Deere it is the cats meow! all the power to run all the 12 volt items in the camper and charge the batteries as the output is 45 amps the charger on the genset is only 10 amps the intel converter has a 3 stage charger much better for the batteries and is an excelent choise for your fish house battery charging / tending needs about now you can get them much cheaper on [YouNeedAuthorization] too with the close of the camping season Thats where I bought mine PS you can leave the unit plugged in 24 7 with the intel unit with no issues to the batteries try that with a conventional charger most will boil them away! the intel is made for the deep cycle batteries we all use

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