Posted by glennster on January 04, 2013 at 12:47:04 from (220.127.116.11):
so the coffee clutch discussion here this morning was batteries. say you have something like an electric golf cart that ran on 24v dc. you have 3 identical car batteries, 500 cca each 12v and you wanted to put all three in the cart. you wire 2 in parallel pos to pos, neg to neg, and then wire the 3rd bat in series to get 24v. would it work? would you have the amp hours from each battery available? any downsides? heres the diagram + + -.......to ground on cart - - +.......to plus on cart general consensus was that it should work, should run a little longer than just 2 12v in series.
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