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electrical:batterycide [2018/06/30 17:58]
frater_secessus [murdering flooded lead-acid]
electrical:batterycide [2019/05/17 19:15] (current)
frater_secessus [murdering AGM]
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   * overvoltage   * overvoltage
     * Incorrect Absorption setpoints. ​ AGM is commonly Absorped at <= 14.4v while FLA is commonly Absorped higher (at 14.7v-14.8v). ​ Check your manufacturer'​s recommendation and do not exceed it.  Overvoltage causes irrepairable damage by outgassing, and AGM cannot be topped off again like FLA.     * Incorrect Absorption setpoints. ​ AGM is commonly Absorped at <= 14.4v while FLA is commonly Absorped higher (at 14.7v-14.8v). ​ Check your manufacturer'​s recommendation and do not exceed it.  Overvoltage causes irrepairable damage by outgassing, and AGM cannot be topped off again like FLA.
-    * Equalization. **Do not equalize AGM**!((lifeline excepted)). ​   +    * Equalization. **Do not equalize AGM**!((lifeline excepted)). ​  
 +  * Low current charging. ​ Cheap AGM require [[electrical:​12v:​battery_capacity|C/​5]] current minimum in Bulk, and expensive ones require C/3.
   * the lead-acid list above   * the lead-acid list above
  
electrical/batterycide.txt · Last modified: 2019/05/17 19:15 by frater_secessus