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Old 13-11-2017, 14:41   #1
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Battery Charging, Hypothetical ?

Let's say you have two brand new batteries, same brand and type.

Except one is 100AH and the other is 400AH.

Let's say both batteries are at 75% state of charge and connected to a smart charger via parallel conections.

What would be the effect of parallel charging two different capacity batteries in this manner? Short term? Long term?

Generally speaking, what would happen?
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