"It's the best value and has stood the test of time" - Offshore "A gentle journey through the complexities of electrical circuitry" - Small Boat Journal
A How-To Classic
The 12-Volt Bible for Boats is a complete introduction to the 12-volt electrical systems used on small boats to power everything from reading lights to bilge pumps. Written for boaters who are not skilled electricians, it clearly explains how 12-volt systems work and how to install, maintain, and troubleshoot them.
This second edition has been thoroughly updated to include the latest on marine batteries--including AGM and gel-cell batteries, multistage chargers, inverters, new wiring conventions, alternative energy sources, and modern test gear.
"A nuts-and-bolts primer for boatowners."--Cruising World
"Every boat with a 12-volt system needs this book on board."--Atlanta-Journal Constitution
"A gentle journey through the complexities of electrical circuitry."--Small Boat Journal
"This bible is as basic to boat electrical systems as the 10 commandments are to moral behaivor. It does not get any more fundamental than this."--Dockside NWSee all Editorial Reviews
Easy to read. Basic electrical info. Also goes into using a voltmeter. If you have a basic knowledge of electricity you may need something more in depth.Published 1 month ago by Rick Quesenberry
Anyone who can write a book about 12 volt battery systems on your boat and sell over 100,000 copies must be doing something right. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Zenacity
Only read some but already found the info I was googling for day. I recommend it to anyone who wants to add electrical or trouble shoot electrical components in their boatPublished 4 months ago by Matt Gionette
Great read. Very informative for anyone wanting to learn about 12V systems whether you have a boat or not.Published 5 months ago by Sammy Samich
Buy this book for the first 29 pages which cover the basics of electricity and circuits. Take your time to finally understand all about watts, amps, etc.. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Trish Dubois