Originally Posted by NahanniV
If that works in the long term it would be a lot simpler than the "no float voltage" rule
that some are suggesting.
It boils down to the concept
that "float" is typically associated with batteries being at a full SOC, but I'm intentionally setting my "float" voltage below the full SOC, so that the battery simply can't get fully charged at that voltage, so it eliminates the worry/fear of over charging
. So much about these batteries go against everything we were taught about lead acid that is really takes some time and you actually have to force yourself to get out if the lead acid thinking and box. To not fully charged your lead acid and "float" them below a full SOC would be lead suicide, but for these batteries...well sonfar they don't care!