A bit more information is necessary to make an intelligent comment. Is it 12 Volt or what? Are the terminals posts or screw or a combination? What is the battery name, manufacturer, or model number? With this info, most of us can make some recommendations and comments. Mack
I have a similar battery. My tender is on it at all times since it is connected on the "screw" posts with wing nuts. I keep the trailer plugged into 110v. My inverter still has the clips, so I put them on as needed, and the tender stays there. Haven't had any issues.
With that arrangment, they are the same potential electrically. Your can hook up to either for chargers, inverters, etc. You can even use one post and one terminal of opposity poliarities for the your connections. It is just a convient way to allow common types of connections.
the short answer is yes, the long answer is please call me on my cell at two one four, four seven five, zero three four seven and I will discuss with you as I sense a reluctance on your part to fry your systems and need to discuss. I tend to be long winded etc. but do have over 40 years of experience in electrical and electronics and firmly believe that the only dumb question is the one not asked.
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