Charging current distributor for distributing the charging current of alternators to several battery groups. If there is no charging by the alternator, the batteries are electrically separated and mutual interference is prevented. The charging current distributor is a further development of the conventional battery isolating diode. Very low voltage drop in charging mode due to MOS-FET technology. This eliminates all the disadvantages of the voltage drop of about 0.7 V-1.3 V and the batteries are charged with the required charging voltage and maximum current.
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