**10:30** battery was on Absorption at 15.67 volts though set Victron to 15.4 with a max current of 10A.
Absorption time was exactly 2 hours, probably some dumb AI as the voltage and current would not have been consistently that high.
Then on float at 14.4 though set to 14.15. Float uses 1A into 240Ah batteries ????
**13:40** Having checked specific gravity, water level and temp I've increased the float voltage to 14.64 (VD measure at 14.91) This has increased the current from 1A to 1.5A (average per battery)
**14:30** Clouds: Battery voltage 14.44 so gone to bulk charge. Have reset Float voltage to 14.05 Current is 1A (0.5 per battery): Disabled equalisation as it's useless at this time.
**16:42** Sun setting and grey no charge from panels. Voltage gone down to 12.35. That the voltage is this low after appearing to have fully charged batteries at 14.4v. Implication that the voltage is high due to resistance not level of charge. **This may have been the continuing problem?**
**20:56** Voltage at 12.31. This al least may mean that although the capacity is low and the charge resistance high it is notably better in having only dropped 0.04v in 4 hours.