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While planning installation of an inverter/charger (Xantrex Freedom 458) in our T2000 KW, I was

reading in the owners manual, that you should always disconnect battery cables before charging.

Is this something I have to be concerned with, and if so how do I go about installation?

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Probably aimed more at a road tractor lifestyle. When they get a battery charger hooked up, it's more likely to be a monster booster/charger, with all the transient voltage that comes from hooking up a high current source to dead batteries. Our owners manual has the same caveat.

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I inclined to believe it is the jumbo chargers. Mine has a 1000 watt / inverter charger that can with it from the factory. I saw the one they had at a local dealer. Basically a gas engine driven welder. 20 volts at 750 amps.

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