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Re: battery theory question

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John T

01-04-2013 13:06:59

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YOUR QUESTIONS: would it work?

ANSWER Sure it will "work" you have 24 volts

YOUR QUESTION: would you have the amp hours from each battery available?


Amp Hours is additive if in paralell NOT if in series. The amp hours you would end up with is basically (subject to other variables of course, never say never) that of the lowest of: Those two 12/s in paralell (which net is the sum of BOTH those batteries Amp Hrs) orrrrrrrr that single 12, and assuming the single 12 is surely less then two 12's in paralell (cuz their amp hrs adds) YOU END UP WITH THE AMP HRS THAT SINGLE 12 ALONE HAS

YOUR QUESTION: any downsides?


When you start mixin n matchin and summing up battery combinations, YOU want them IDENTICAL is size and type and brand and CCA and age and Amp Hrs and if not the weak suck off the strong and thats a very very wicked thing........

Okay got it????????????

In series VOLTAGE adds,,,,,,,,,but NOT CCA or Amp Hrs

If two same voltage in paralell, voltage stays same, but CCA and Amp Hrs is additive

John T

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01-04-2013 14:23:37

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 Re: battery theory question in reply to John T, 01-04-2013 13:06:59  
whoopps john, i feel bad i let you down, i was figuring that 1000 amp hrs would of been available from the parallel batteries. guess i gotta go back to school some more!!

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01-04-2013 15:10:04

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 Re: battery theory question in reply to glennster, 01-04-2013 14:23:37  
Yep if you had 2 in paralell each of 500 amps you could now deliver 1000 amps,,,,,,but in series the combo still cant deliver more amps then the weakest can. Two of 500 amps each in series still can only deliver 500 amps IM SURE YOU KNEW THAT HAD YOU THOUGHT IT OVER!!!

Take care Glenster

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01-04-2013 13:12:49

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 Re: battery theory question in reply to John T, 01-04-2013 13:06:59  
You gave the long winded way me I cut it short but I guess that is your nature since you are a Lawyer and seems they can never say things with out being windy LOL. Plus we where both typing at the same time you just get it posted a tad bit before me LOL

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01-04-2013 15:13:29

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 Re: battery theory question in reply to old, 01-04-2013 13:12:49  
No problem Rich, yep as they say great minds think alike maybe??????? The ONLY thing a lawyer has to sell is words so if they charge big bucks they gotta use a ton of words to justify the cost lol Actually its the combination of Engineer (lots of tech writing) PLUS an Attorney that makes me sorta just kinda possibly LONG WINDED LOL

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