I was completing my first attempt at battery equalization
last weekend and I understood that I should monitor battery
temperature to make sure they did not overheat.
I was wondering WHAT I should be monitoring... should I monitor
on the outside case side, the top, or the acid temp itself? I was using an IR thermometer and not depending on my Mastervolt sensor. Unfortunately, I only had time to equalize for 3 hours and the batteries never got above 99F.
Unfortunately, and I am hoping someone can clarify my understanding, because it is my understanding is that its the temperature that equalizes the batteries by melting the sulfites back into solution. Is this true or just part of the equation?