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    Wolverine Switch...

    Does the Wolverine switch really eliminate the need for BatShare device?? I was told by a Wolverine supplier that there is no need for a battery sharing device if I use a Wolverine switch. He just didn't sound 100% convincing to me and having zero experience with either piece of electrical device I don't know. True or not or somewhere in between??? Pls explain. Thanks, Tom
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    RE: Wolverine Switch...

    Yes, battery share is built into the unit. I run the wolverine on my 30% gasser with dual 2300 a123 packs for a fully rundant power setup to my RX. I've confirmed the batt share is built in. You'll actually be suprised at the size of the switch. The PCB on the back is huge!
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