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Re: Continuous duty, non-thermally compensated alternator: options?

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Rusty there are lots of solar panels on boats here in he Puget sound just not many here in our marina I have a small one to charge my house battery and I use independent solar cabin lights when on the hook I'm on E dock.
I'll need to pay more attention when I'm walking the docks. A small solar setup seems like an excellent solution -- particularly when usage is low, and the battery just needs to be maintained (so that shore power can be disconnected, eliminating the risk of stray current corrosion).
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