Originally Posted by Kimo_Kai
You will want to equalize your trojans which is a process which intentionally causes them to gas off. It's critical battery maintenance
if you want to get the most out of them. I won't go in depth
here and Trojan does not offer specific guidelines. You will want to research
that. I bought 4 x 6v (105) in 2017 and had them parallel and in a series to bring them up to 12v. Works very well.
Marooned on Maui
Actually, my L16H-ACs have very specific guidelines as to bulk, absorption, float and equalization
EQ is 16.2, which is unfortunate as neither of my charging
sources (Xantrex 2000XC and Blue Sky solar
controller) will reach that number, 16 being the highest.
FWIW, the Balmar
Smart Guage gets upset with a little more than 15 and gives me an error message. The good news is that I never see it unless it's reached C100 (fully charged)...