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Grumpy_Mike

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If the only problem is current flowing between the batteries, wouldn't it be possible to use one at a time

Yes the simplest way is to connect the batteries together with a series diode for each battery. Use schlocky diodes for minimum voltage drop. It is easier than switching between them. 

remiss


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If the only problem is current flowing between the batteries, wouldn't it be possible to use one at a time

Yes the simplest way is to connect the batteries together with a series diode for each battery. Use schlocky diodes for minimum voltage drop. It is easier than switching between them.   


Yes, but have to charge them too..

Grumpy_Mike

Yes that is a problem.
Two chargers?

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