Originally Posted by GonzoF1
So I wonder if the safer non-equalization voltages would make Iota's method less destructive. I see it perhaps more as a parachute for batteries. While it may not have lift
like wings, it's surely better than just jumping out of a plane.
Or am I wrong?
What safer voltages? Less than equalization
voltage but more than a float voltage?
I think that would boil off almost as much water
as an equalization
cycle but lead to a lot more maintenance
since it's done weekly instead of twice a year. So your would have a much increased risk of baking your batteries with a reduced benefit, electrolyte stirring is probably as good, but less of the sulphating would be pushed back into solution.
Also, I'm not following your parachute analogy. Explain please.