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Unread 07-09-2018, 02:23 PM   #1
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Question 98 DS Replacing batteries and Charger 48V

Im replacing the batteries and Charger on my 98 DS and was looking for some suggestions as to which way to go. The OBC doesn't work so i assume i need a smart charger. my use is sporadic at times and it will set sometimes for a while so i need something that will maintain the batteries.
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Unread 07-09-2018, 09:34 PM   #2
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http://www.cartsunlimited.net/yewy-1...t-charger.html


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Default Re: 98 DS Replacing batteries and Charger 48V

A popular replacement charger here is the DPI Accusense smart charger.
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Default Re: 98 DS Replacing batteries and Charger 48V

I just converted my 94 DS 36V controller cart to 48V with a 500A controller with all the accompanying goodies. I chose the Yewy 1200z with float for the same reasons you listed. I donít use my cart all the time and the float mode keeps the batteries fresh.

I have several classic cars that mostly sit all winter and I keep float chargers on all of them. One of the batteries is 10 years old and is still going strong. Before I started using float chargers, I used to use timers and every other gimmic you can think of and I was replacing batteries every 3 years or so. Just my humble opinion.
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I just converted my 94 DS 36V controller cart to 48V with a 500A controller with all the accompanying goodies. I chose the Yewy 1200z with float for the same reasons you listed. I donít use my cart all the time and the float mode keeps the batteries fresh.

I have several classic cars that mostly sit all winter and I keep float chargers on all of them. One of the batteries is 10 years old and is still going strong. Before I started using float chargers, I used to use timers and every other gimmic you can think of and I was replacing batteries every 3 years or so. Just my humble opinion.
Thanks, I have been online shopping for 2 days....
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