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Unread 04-12-2012, 03:29 PM   #1
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Hey Guys, need some help her. I have looked around and can't seem to find a answer althought the sticky from Troy was good. I have put 3 new batteries (Advance Brand) and 3 reconditioned batts(from our interstate supplier, tested good at the shop).

installed into a 96 Club Car but seems like the charger is staying on too long, (about 8 hours now) and I am scared I am overcharging the. Can someone tell me what the DC amps on the front of the charger should be reading when they are fully charged incase the auto timer is not working. thank you
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Unread 04-12-2012, 04:01 PM   #2
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Hey Guys, need some help her. I have looked around and can't seem to find a answer althought the sticky from Troy was good. I have put 3 new batteries (Advance Brand) and 3 reconditioned batts(from our interstate supplier, tested good at the shop).

installed into a 96 Club Car but seems like the charger is staying on too long, (about 8 hours now) and I am scared I am overcharging the. Can someone tell me what the DC amps on the front of the charger should be reading when they are fully charged incase the auto timer is not working. thank you
Charger should finish on it's own within 16 hours otherwise it will shut itself down at that time . . . so, for a low pack, it can take up to 16 hrs . . . last couple of hours may be at 3-5 amps as it attempts to equalize, and pack voltage at that time may read up near 63v while still charging . . .
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Unread 04-12-2012, 04:04 PM   #3
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YAAA. Nevermind guy the charger just cut off. Cool I guess they just needed their time...
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Thank you Steve. Thats what had me worried it was at 4 amps for like 3 hours. Cool deal, thanks again
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These chargers are strang to me. It kicked off automatically like it is suppose to meaning fully charger, so I pulled another one up to it to check and make sure that charger is working, and it stayed on for about 1 hour. Shouldn't it turned off right when I hooked it up to the second charger????
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