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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Battery Load Capacity Test Torkel 720 (Part 2)

After which we turn on the miniature circuit breaker on the tester which acts as the switch of the test unit to start the test. We record the total voltage of the battery bank every test set. The test automatically stops after the full load is reached. After which the load will be left connected for another ten minutes, then the battery charger will be turned on.
The starting current of the battery bank will be recorded as per battery charger meter. Next, the voltage of the battery bank for every test set is recorded and translated to graph. If the value of resulting voltage per test set will decrease until the last test set, it means that the battery bank cannot hold a charge already. However, if the voltage value will become steady during the last half of the test set, then the battery bank is still good.

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