The manual for the Non-Isolated version of the Orion-TR Smart charger (downloaded from Victron) includes instructions on how to set the charger for either "smart" or "non-smart" alternators. Those instructions are in a section of the manual that describes inn detail and with illustrations how to use VictronConnect to set various charger parameters, including type of alternator. But, the Manual downloaded from Victron for the Isolated version of the charger has no instructions at all on how to set the charger for use with a "non-smart" alternator. In fact, that manual appears to be an older and less complete version, compared to the manual for the Non-Isolated charger. For example there is almost no material explaining the VivctronConnect options. Is the Isolated charger manual simply incomplete, or is the Isolated charger itself not capable of easily being switched to use a "non-smart" alternator? Reading both manuals, it appears the Isolated version uses a much more complicated method of sampling the alternator output in order to control the charging function, compared to the method used by the Non-Isolated charger when used with a "non-smart" alternator. Is that impression correct? Thanks!