Who has experience with a desulfator for deep discharging lead acid batteries

Discussion in 'OnBoard Electronics & Controls' started by BertKu, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. BertKu
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    Although I agree with you. But I can set my charger at 14.2 Volt and then with the drop of the 1000Volt diode of 0,6 Volt I still have 13.6 Volt which is OK for charging lead acid battery which starts charging at 12 Volt + (25 degrees C) and it stays below the gassing voltage of 13.7- 8 Volt. I can have the battery on the charger for a month and all what I could get is some white corrosion at the minus pole. I take that chance. I like to ensure for sure, that there is no feedback to the charger. Bert
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