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frater_secessus [Intentionally severe battery use]
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 Lead-acid chemistries prefer light cycling and full recharge between those cycles. ​ Lead-acid batteries are traditional cycled to [[electrical:​depth_of_discharge|50% depth of discharge]] because it offers a balance between duty life (years between failure) and bank size.(("​dead lead"​)) ​ Pulling the bank below 50% DoD in emergnecies will not automatically cause damage //assuming a full charge is accomplished ASAP//. Lead-acid chemistries prefer light cycling and full recharge between those cycles. ​ Lead-acid batteries are traditional cycled to [[electrical:​depth_of_discharge|50% depth of discharge]] because it offers a balance between duty life (years between failure) and bank size.(("​dead lead"​)) ​ Pulling the bank below 50% DoD in emergnecies will not automatically cause damage //assuming a full charge is accomplished ASAP//.
  
-This article is about the intentional ​sever use of lead-acid banks by running them below the 50% mark, **followed by vigorous recharging** at maximal voltage. ​ This might be desirable when:+This article is about the intentional ​severe ​use of lead-acid banks by running them below the 50% mark, **followed by vigorous recharging** at maximal voltage. ​ This might be desirable when:
  
   * reducing the weight impact of lead banks   * reducing the weight impact of lead banks
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