Dual Battery Control Systems
This Painless dual battery system allows you to completely and independently control the function of two batteries. Complete kit includes solenoid, switch, pre-terminated wires/connectors, fuse holder, fuse and all mounting hardware. Also available in a 250-amp Waterproof version that features military spec switches and waterproof terminals.
Our 250 AMP dual battery controller includes a three position switch to control the second battery through the operation of the solenoid.
Kit includes solenoid, toggle switch, pre-terminated wire/connectors, fuse holder, fuse and mounting hardware.
Painless Dual Battery Control Systems include a three position switch to control the second battery through the operation of the solenoid. Switch position one isolates the second battery. Position two connects the battery while the ignition is on. Position three connects the second battery at all times. Kit includes solenoid, switch, pre-terminated wire/connectors, fuse holder, fuse and mounting hardware. For systems exposed to the elements, such as marine, use weatherproof kit 764-40103. Rated for 250 Amps.
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.