• Morning Low :: ≥ 12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39     Yield :: ≥ 1.54K | ≥ 1.01K | ≥ 610 || ≤ 600 | ≤ 320 | ≤ 160 30th June :: ML V=12.63 :: Y=1.14KWh 29th June :: ML V=12.69⇖Y=1.25KWh… more »
  • Morning Low :: ≥ 12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39     Yield :: ≥ 1.54K | ≥ 1.01K | ≥ 610 || ≤ 600 | ≤ 320 | ≤ 160 31st May :: ML V=12.77   Y=1.23KWh :: Checked electrolyte no uncovered cells… more »
  • Morning Low :: ≥ 12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39     Yield :: ≥ 1.54K | ≥ 1.01K | ≥ 610 || ≤ 600 | ≤ 320 | ≤ 160 30th April :: ML V=12.86 Y=870Wh Given ML @ 12.86 checked electrolyte, just… more »
  • Morning Low :: ≥ 12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39     Yield :: ≥ 1.54K | ≥ 1.01K | ≥ 610 || ≤ 600 | ≤ 320 | ≤ 160 31st March :: ML V=12.60   Y=1.92KWh 30th March :: ML… more »
  • For lead Acid Batteries There are two processes where the battery resistance will change. a) The normal operation of charging a battery will increase it's resistance, whilst removing sulfation, and the resistance will drop as sulfation occurs. This… more »
  • A lead acid battery will have a ration of sulfuric acid and water as the electrolyte. The process of charging forces any sulfate from the battery plates back to the electrolyte which increases it's specific gravity. The specific gravity of pure water is… more »