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electrical:depth_of_discharge [2020/03/09 12:36]
frater_secessus [SoC by voltage]
electrical:depth_of_discharge [2020/03/09 12:43] (current)
frater_secessus [Depth of discharge / State of Charge]
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-{{ http://​popupbackpacker.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2013/​12/​State-of-Charge-Chart-Trojan.jpg?​200|}}//​Depth-of-discharge (DoD or DOD)// refers to how low a deep cycle battery is taken before recharging.  DoD is the inverse of //State of Charge (SoC)//​. ​ Example: ​ a battery at 30% DoD is at 70% SoC.+{{ http://​popupbackpacker.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2013/​12/​State-of-Charge-Chart-Trojan.jpg?​200|}}//​Depth-of-discharge (DoD or DOD)// refers to how low a deep cycle battery is taken between [[electrical:​12v:​charging|full charges]].  DoD is the inverse of //State of Charge (SoC)//​. ​ Example: ​ a battery at 30% DoD is at 70% SoC.
  
 For solar powered systems the greatest DoD (and therefore lowest SoC) will be in early morning just before the panels start creating power again. For solar powered systems the greatest DoD (and therefore lowest SoC) will be in early morning just before the panels start creating power again.
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