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06-25-2010 01:00 AM
mdbee
Yep

Could have been lost in translation.

Quote:
Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
not sure what a "DEEP CELL" battery. Did they mean DEEP CYCLE? It would help if you said what make/model charger you have.
06-25-2010 12:54 AM
danielhenry31 Well I don't have much idea about the deep cell batteries because I m looking for the same information.I m now thinking to have the solar charger for it.I think that may be a good option.
06-24-2010 10:42 PM
sailingdog not sure what a "DEEP CELL" battery. Did they mean DEEP CYCLE? It would help if you said what make/model charger you have.
06-24-2010 03:14 PM
Capnblu
Quote:
Originally Posted by Survivor View Post
I bought a maint charger for my deep cell battery and hooked it up. I'm at 12.66. however when I read the instructions after word (yah I'm a guy) It said "Not recommended for deep cell batteries". Does anyone know why that may be?

Harris
I would say, cause it's probably been determined or possibly proven by others that it ISN'T A GOOD IDEA!
06-23-2010 11:35 PM
mdbee possibly they are referring to the older "gel batteries" which should not be fast charged or over heated damages the gel). The newer "AGM" batteries should work fine.

There has always been a lot of confusion about "gel", "maintenance free" and the newer "AGM" (advanced glass mat). They are all different.
06-23-2010 06:19 PM
Survivor
Maint. charger for deep cycle

I bought a maint charger for my deep cell battery and hooked it up. I'm at 12.66. however when I read the instructions after word (yah I'm a guy) It said "Not recommended for deep cell batteries". Does anyone know why that may be?

Harris

 
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