Well with the crap weather NC has been having I started back on my joystick. I decided to just wire everything up and see if it would work.
And after it’s all said and done every function work as far as the signal it needs to send works when bench tested. Now I just need to see if it translates correctly to troller control board or if the resistance of the pots on the joystick are to high and slow the troller movements down or kill function.
Can I hook up a battery charger between my generator and my trolling motor battery while it's in use?
If so, any words of caution? (Damage to the battery, charger, trolling motor, etc?)
I have a 80lb minn kota terrova and im looking for an alternative to the original foot pedal. Im putting on an elevated deck and want to have something i can control by hand like the pedals with the sexy stick on it. I dont want to ruin the pedal i have and im trying to not pay $170 for a new...
Anybody else having more trouble than normal from their control boards? My fishing partner and i have both recently started frying 24/36 volt MK boards at an alarming rate compared to the past few years. Anyone else noticed this? Wondering if MK had a bad batch or if this is the new norm....
I put an extension shaft on a 55 lb endura and had issues extending the wires. Could not pull them through after putting butt connectors on.
I'm thinking of going with a larger troller and just wondering in advance what's the best way to run longer wires
I currently have one powemax converter and am getting another one. One will power my lights and the other will power the trolling motor. I have a regular deep cycle battery to use with the trolling motor, but need a battery as buffer for the lights.
What the absolute smallest/lightest battery...