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Re: Running a portable generator at an angle of heel

Gottch Maine,

I wasnt splaining myself very well. When I use the eu2000 I have to charge I ws only see 8 amps my Victron ...when I ran it through my shorepower and used my Mastervolt carger I saw 60 amp charge on the Victron. Usually at 2700 rpm ogn the enhine I am seeing 60 amp in on thre Victorn when the battery banks are depleted past the 85% mark.

Do these values make sense? Are they OK?
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