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Old 29-04-2008, 15:17   #1
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Don't want to derail so here is another battery question.

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An equalization cycle consists of a constant current source, NOT a constant voltage. The current is set to a value between 3% and 7% of the Amp-hour rating of the battery. The cycle is applied after the battery is so-called fully charged and has "rested" for close to 24 hours on float voltage.
I have read this before.

I think I would have trouble with not using any power for 24hrs once a month and then having to wait for the equalization cycle to complete.

This takes another type of charger too, Right?
Or just a more "expensive" one.
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