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If I connect a charger to the grid and then to the batteries, would the charger have to be disconnected when the batteries were being used?
I want to be able to plug portable bank into stationary bank for charging. I just bought four 12v amp battery.
Is this because the second batt is failing, is it normal to have a reverse polarity memory on the batt with positive to the neg post? Again, thanks for all of your help!
My outback system seems to be working fine but one bank of the batteries is always a lower sg so I assumed not as charged. To charge the system, I will attach a 48v, 25 amp charger to the central, end lead.
If not, then I would suggest tracking down the parasite draw. I want to increase the output voltage of the batteries to 24v which is what is required as the input of the inverter and also triple the Amp-hours so that my power output will last longer.
Do I have one bad battery or do I have an electrical problem? This will cause the new battery to fail over time, and could eventually bring down the whole battery pack.
Is it okay to connect 2 of these in parallel to increase the current?
I have 2 2volt deep cell golf cart batteries one Trojan, one Interstate I used in my previous rv. Cant I connect all 5 batteries to give a 12V amps???
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I wanted to hook them up to my car battery so that I can charge them at some point during the day. I assumed it would be fine just to connect to one of the batteries but read above that doing so can reduce the longevity of the entire bank.
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