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electrical:12v:charging [2019/05/20 05:57]
frater_secessus [watering batteries] bloop
electrical:12v:charging [2019/07/17 05:17] (current)
frater_secessus [charging deep cycle batteries]
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-In general, manufacturers of lead chemistries ​specifiy a charging at [[electrical:​12v:​battery_capacity|C/​10]];​ this assumes more charging time than solar power allows.((http://​www.cheaprvliving.com/​forums/​showthread.php?​tid=23606&​pid=288284#​pid288284))  ​Regularly cycled banks may benefit from firmer charging ​at C/3.  There may not be a practical maximum charging rate for cycled FLA batteries //when charged from solar//​. ​ As Sternwake put it when describing a C/1.5 (!) charging scenario, "solar is not instant max output."​((http://​www.cheaprvliving.com/​forums/​showthread.php?​tid=23606&​pid=288284#​pid288284))+In general, manufacturers of flooded ​lead chemistries ​specify ​charging at [[electrical:​12v:​battery_capacity|C/​10]] ​to C/5; this assumes more charging time than solar power allows.((http://​www.cheaprvliving.com/​forums/​showthread.php?​tid=23606&​pid=288284#​pid288284))  ​AGM are typically charged ​at C/5 to C/3.  There may not be a practical maximum charging rate for cycled FLA batteries //when charged from solar//​. ​ As Sternwake put it when describing a C/1.5 (!) charging scenario, "solar is not instant max output."​((http://​www.cheaprvliving.com/​forums/​showthread.php?​tid=23606&​pid=288284#​pid288284))
 ===== three stage charging ===== ===== three stage charging =====
  
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