In many applications a battery is employed for powering electrical devices and this battery is charged by a generator driven by an internal combustion engine. A wide variety of vehicles including marine vessels incorporate such systems. Many different types of marine vessels rely on electric storage batteries as the power source for an auxiliary marine propulsion device. For example, trolling motors that are usually powered by a pair or more of marine batteries coupled to the motor either in series or in parallel depending on the requirements of the motor. These batteries are not normally connected to an alternator driven by the boat's main engine, and so nesed to be recharged after use from an outside power source. In marine vessel electrical systems, it is very important to protect the electrical storage battery from inadvertent and unexpected depletion. Unlike ground-based vehicles, such as automobiles, tractors, trucks, and motorcycles, a marine vessel with a depleted battery and an inability to start the engine of the marine vessel can be very inconvenient.
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