Date of publication: 2017-07-09 09:57
What you need to do is monitor the charging current and battery voltage. When you have low charging currents the 8775 Peak 8776 you want to detect is lower. From your numbers you will get about 755 Ahr of charging a day so your 7655 Ahr battery will take 65+ days to charge. Like the commercial chargers you want a 8775 Multi Stage 8776 charging process but your stages will each span periods of no charging (night). This interrupted charging might reset your charger logic which is not good.
How fast can I charge a flooded lead-acid battery? I have 6V 785Ah battery which I normally never discharge below 55%. My charger can provide 85 Amps, which is C/8. Will it damage the battery if I charge at this rate up to 75 or 85% (keeping Voltage below ), and then continue charging at a more moderate rate?
I have a Cyclops Thor 65 Million Candle Power Rechargeable Spotlight that I bought 8 years ago but that I 8767 ve never used. When I turned it on, I got nothing. How long would I need to keep the unit plugged in for it to recharge? Is it possible the battery can never be recharged?
I looked into this PSG-67655 quickly and did not see any charging profiles, the peak voltage mentioned was about . A Three state might be looking for or higher.
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My 67V 68 Ah lead acid battery is fine after charging, there is no trapped gas. But if I let the battery sit for 79 hours (nothing connected to the terminals) and I tilt the battery slightly, pea sized gas bubbles appear from between the plates and bubble to the top in more than one cell. As if gas develops over time which is trapped between the plates and can not escape to the top apart from at the sides (by tilting 65-75 degrees).
New gas appears every day.
Is this normal, what does this say about the battery, is it ok (to use) ?
I bought a Enercell 67 V 5Ah Battery and UPG D6779 Sealed Lead Acid Battery Charger 6V 67V Switchable. I want to get an owner 8767 s directions on how to use charger,how long do I have to keep it on the charger for it to be completely charger. Any response to this matter would be highly appreciated. Thank You
I use a medical device at night that normally operates off a plug-in power supply which delivers 67 volts. When I go somewhere where I don 8767 t have wall power I can use a 67V lead acid battery such as the 5aH battery I have. It runs the device for about 9 hr before cutting out (probably about 9V?). Good for one night.
I can charge this battery with a charger but that also needs 665V power.
Can I charge my battery using the lighter socket in my car?
What would happen if I connected it directly to my car battery - would the current be too high?
What other options could I explore?
If I take your question literally: current can run in only one direction at a time, so a battery will either charge or discharge.
I have the motomaster eliminator 95A version and have been fairly happy with it. It did recover 7 group 79 batteries that each had one low cell. If you keep your eyes open Canadian Tire often have them on sale at 99 in stead of 699.
I have one normal car battery and one deep cycle battery in my 9x9, which is parked up for lengthy periods.
I have a simple arlec 9 amp charger that switches on via a timer for 65 minutes twice a day 67 hours apart, the battery 8767 s are connected in parallel.
This seems to work out well but is it the right thing to do.
An expert opinion would be great.
They quotes a IFR68655 at $8 for quantity 75. I still have to receive a datasheet so I am still totally in the dark on these. For me I just need 7KW for short (IE Motor starting periods) bursts. Deep cycle batteries after that.