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zinc saver II

Can anyone confirm the proper installation for the Zinc Saver II - I think it is to AC green (ground) and DC main ground bus. Thanks in advance.
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zinc saver II

YES ~ Galvanic Isolators are GENERALLY connected in series with the ‘green’ AC Ground wire, and to the Engine Negative or main DC Ground Bus.
Sorry, I’m not specifically familiar with the ‘Zinc Saver II’. Try Professional Mariner for specific instructions.
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