• 07|July

    17th July :: ML V=12.71 :: Y=???Wh
    16th July :: ML V=12.70 :: Y=720Wh

    Away from 13th to 15
    15th July :: ML V=12.71 :: Y=320Wh
    14th July :: ML V=12.71 :: Y=320Wh
    13th July :: ML V=12.63 :: Y=470Wh

    12th July :: ML V=12.64 :: Y=1.32KWh
    11th July :: ML V=12.70 :: Y=650Wh
    10th July :: ML V=12.52 :: This low morning voltage may be due to running the fridge all day and the charge never reaches 15.** v :: Y=1.32KWh

    9th July :: ML V=12.69 :: This is a low morning voltage given there was no use last night. Compare to 5th and 2nd July :: Y=1.44KWh

    8th July :: ML V=12.59 :: This lower than usual morning voltage may be due to the more gentle charging and will continue such for a while. :: Y=1.56KWh

    7th July :: ML V=12.69 :: Y=1.35KWh Set ABS to 14.95 with no disturbance from a short heavy load that would reset to BULK as I often do

    6th July :: ML V=12.82 :: Y=1.73KWh
    After 44 days, (6 weeks +) Topped up electrolyte with two cells was just showing the plates. Lowered ABS voltage to 14.95. Although I had taken account of the temperature I had not reduced the charging routine much and was disappointed to find some cells verging on damagingly low levels. Should write a bot about charging routine when voltage drops after FLOAT and then rises to below ABS bit stays at 14.65 if ABS at 14.95 or in winter 15.4 and 15.64

    5th July :: ML V=12.91 Little use last night :: Y=1.40KWh
    4th July :: ML V=12.70 :: Y=760Wh
    3rd July :: ML V=12.74 :: Y=1.22KWh
    2nd July :: ML V=12.91 Away for the night. :: Y=840Wh
    1st July :: ML V=12.85 :: Y=930Wh

  • Sofware Updates

    V4.8 on 5th July 2108

  • DeWalt Planer

    Bought D26500K for £199.95 to level and match 100mm joist beams as the ELU MFF80 has problems.
    Bought from D&M Tools, Twickenham. 02088923813 (Lee)

    DeWalt 01753 567055 of Stanley Black and Decker

    1. Blade setup
    2. No Allen key and not indication of size so I have to fiddle around to find a fit which may not be the best and damage the hexagonal socket shape
    3. Plastic foot bob gets in the way and should have an option to click it horizontal so as not to use, or removable, like the height adjuster.

    Plymouth Tools and Spares 01752 361474, 111 Victoria Hill

  • 06|June

    30th June :: ML V=12.87 :: Y=1.76KWh
    29th June :: ML V=12.91 Will add view on this high value, due to lack of use or more likely charging routine. :: Y=1.74KWh
    28th June :: ML V=12.75 :: Y=1.71KWh
    27th June :: ML V=12.70 :: Y=1.63KWh
    26th June :: ML V=12.73 :: Y=1.64KWh
    25th June :: ML V=12.78 :: Y=1.50KWh
    24th June :: ML V=12.83 :: Y=1.81KWh
    23rd June :: ML V=12.74 :: Y=1.82KWh
    22nd June :: ML V=12.70 :: Y=1.79KWh
    21st June :: ML V=12.81 :: Y=1.57KWh
    20th June :: ML V=12.55 :: Y=550Wh
    19th June :: ML V=12.66 :: Y=610Wh
    18th June :: ML V=12.82 :: Y=570Wh
    17th June :: ML V=12.82 :: Y=500Wh
    16th June :: ML V=12.83 :: Y=500Wh
    15th June :: ML V=12.67 :: Y=540Wh
    14th June :: ML V=12.75 :: Y=1.27KWh
    13th June :: ML V=12.79 :: Y=1.23KWh
    12th June :: ML V=12.67 :: Y=1.09KWh
    11th June :: ML V=12.79 No use after sunset :: Y=1.40KWh
    10th June :: ML V=12.63 :: Y=1.45KWh
    9th June :: ML V=12.65 :: Y=1.73KWh
    8th June :: ML V=12.66 :: Y=1.41KWh
    7th June :: ML V=12.67 :: Y=620Wh
    6th June :: ML V=12.69 :: Y=1.26KWh
    5th June :: ML V=12.75 :: Y=780Wh
    4th June :: ML V=12.56 ??? Why so low? Ah! left the camera on all night :: Y=700Wh
    3rd June :: ML V=12.74 :: Y=1.46KWh
    2nd June :: ML V=12.64 :: Y=1.22KWh
    1st June :: ML V=12.63 :: Y=790Wh

  • Batt 3 Diary

    Feb 5th
    On charge for 36hours off before that for two days on before that for two days.
    Feb 10th Brought back from Gavin's after two days of charge V=12.63
    Feb 11th 09:50 On charge at 15V ±but frequent heavy cloud :: Charged all day 1.03Kw/3
    Feb 12th 08:52 On charge Abs 15.62
    Feb 13th 00:10 V=12.26 :: 09:47 :: No load V=12.51 :: 09:53 On charge V=13.9
    Feb 14th 01:00 V=12.78 :: 10:46 :: No load V=12.73 :: 21:00 V=12.69

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  • Mar & Feb 2018

    15th Mar 10:23 V=12.57 No Charge
    14th Mar 10:50 V=12.65 No Charge
    13th Mar 08:50 V=12.57 :: On charge for 2hrs around midday :: 18:40 V=12.87
    12th Mar 08:49 V=12.58 :: No charge
    11th Mar 09:45 V=12.58 :: No charge
    10th Mar 09:45 V=12.60 :: No charge
    9th Mar 11:50 V=12.72 :: No charge
    8th Mar 08:16 V=12.75 :: Charged for 3hr
    7th Mar 09:45 On Charge
    6th Mar 09:32 V=12.58 :: Charged for 2h40
    5th Mar 09:58 V=12.68 :: 18:48 V=12.63 at 4°C :: No charge
    4th Mar 07:30 V=12.61 at 4°C :: Charged
    3rd Mar 10:54 V=12.61 at 2°C :: No charge
    2nd Mar 08:41 V=12.67 at -4°C :: No charge
    1st Mar 08:45 V=12.83 at -4°C :: No charge

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