Hey, CF Brain Trust! I have an ancient, but serviceable, Link 2000R connected to an equally ancient (but serviceable) Freedom 20 inverter/charger.
So. The issue is that the combination described above is under charging
because the Link has an outdated notion of what the acceptance and float voltages should be for my T105 batteries
Trojan currently recommends an acceptance voltage of 14.7v and a float village of 13.5v. The Link is stuck at 14.4v for acceptance and 13.3v for float.
According to the (horrible) Xantrex manual, there is a parameter called "charged voltage" that can be used to adapt the charger
to different battery
chemistries, but the manual is extremely vague about the relationship between this value and the acceptance/float voltages, if any.
Anybody out there have any ideas?