User Tools

Site Tools


electrical:12v:b2b

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
electrical:12v:b2b [2019/11/12 09:47]
frater_secessus [limitations]
electrical:12v:b2b [2019/11/12 09:48] (current)
frater_secessus [limitations]
Line 13: Line 13:
   - enough //time// at that voltage for the battery to stop accepting much current.(([[electrical:​12v:​battery_capacity|C/​100]] to C/200))   - enough //time// at that voltage for the battery to stop accepting much current.(([[electrical:​12v:​battery_capacity|C/​100]] to C/200))
  
-DC-DC chargers address the first requirement,​ but unless you are driving for //hours// the isolator won't have enough time to fully charge the batteries. ​ DC-DC charging is very effective on cruisers (boats) ​that run the engines for hours each day.+DC-DC chargers address the first requirement,​ but unless you are driving for //hours// the isolator won't have enough time to fully charge the batteries. ​ DC-DC chargers were first marketed for cruisers (boats) ​since they run the engines for hours each day.
  
 **Charger throughput is generally limited** to 20-30A since higher rates would dictate $$$ internal components. This isn't as big a limitation as it might seem, since lead-acid [[electrical:​solar:​status#​in_absorption|current acceptance drops substantially throughout Absorption]]. ​ **Charger throughput is generally limited** to 20-30A since higher rates would dictate $$$ internal components. This isn't as big a limitation as it might seem, since lead-acid [[electrical:​solar:​status#​in_absorption|current acceptance drops substantially throughout Absorption]]. ​
electrical/12v/b2b.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/11/12 09:48 by frater_secessus