Iím replacing my Lifeline 4CT with FLA batteries
. I would like to have some input.
As it looks it will be Trojan T-105Plus or US batteries
2200 XC2 as this is what is easily available. First I was considering Troja T-1275 but unfortunately not available at location.
Have not yet decided what to choose. As the batteries (10) will be located in a not so accessible place I would like to install a single
point watering system.
Have not any own experience from watering system more than a friend that had problems with leaks
in between the hose and connection to the valves. Was solved
by using a wire tie at each hose connection.
I do not want a Trojan watering system as that would lock me in to them. I understand that the T-105 plus are a little bit different.
Have some questions:
Trojan or US Batteries?
Can a watering system be trusted so much that you do not open the lid to the batteries every single
time you fill?
Any recommendations for watering system?
I do want a watering system that can be used on any Golf Cart battery
I spend most of the time off grid and want to use a quite aggressive charging
Most of the time it will be the alternators (270A) controlled by Balmar
MC-612 that do the job.
Any suggestions for setup of the MC-612?
Will 14.9V be to aggressive?
In addition to the alternators there are 600W solar