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    Power Expander and Kodiak SW

    I plan on using a Power Expenadre Pro with A123 batteries ( pair of the 2300 ) between the batteries and the Power Expender will be a Kodiak Switch( Fromeco) for charging and MA usage indication.


    Question 1- Can or do I still need to use a fail -Safe switch attached to the Power Expander

    Question 2- will charging from this switch creat a problem with the power expender.

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    RE: Power Expander and Kodiak SW

    Hi,
    1) The Kodiak switches power on and off. You do not need another switch on the PowerExpander.
    2) It shouldn't. Do you have a particular concern. I am not that familiar with the Kodiak switch.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
    www.Smart-Fly.com


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