Originally Posted by Andina Marie
Well I disagree. The initial stage voltage on a 100 amp charger
is the same as the initial stage voltage on a 10 amp charger
. You can't charge bigger batteries to a higher voltage than you can the small ones just because they are bigger. They ALL approach gassing voltage around 14.2 volts.
So a 14.8 voltage in the first stage will have the same differential voltage for either charger and the smaller battery
will draw the same current
from either charger.
The point is if we hook this battery
up to large charger we exceed its accepted charge parameters considerably.
(BTW one of these sort of batteries is great for electrical
troubleshooting on a boat . It gives you an independent portable 12v source. Here is mine)