You seem to be quoting marketing literature. Marketing statements from the manufacturer are only good for evaluating the marketing department of the manufacturer.
"Show me the money" to quote the movie. Show me charging curves, not marketing literature.
I have a 2009 Scamp
. I will look at the manual and publish the model number when I get to the caravan but I can tell you that the voltage out of the charger never varies at all. 13.75V.
I can tell you that a smart charger is supposed to put out a much higher voltage when in bulk mode.
I was calling the dongle the "charge wizard" simply because I was under the impression that SOME older models could be "upgraded" to a "smart" charger by adding a widget that plugged in to a port on the charger.
So now the question is when that "charge wizard" made it into the charger.
One way or the other, I can tell you that on MY Scamp
, there is no temperature sensor and there is no remote voltage sense wires. I know that because there are exactly and only two wires coming to the battery
. If there was remote voltage sense, there would be 4 wires. If there was remote temperature sense there would be a little temperature sense element.