I have an RV setup of 2, 12V battery banks. The first consist of 2, 12V car batteries in parallel supplying a 1000w inverter. The second is 2 deep cycle marine 12V batteries in parallel supplying a 2000w inverter. I use two 100w solar panels to keep both banks charged. I recently purchased a Schumacher SE-1250 charger to start providing equalizer charges to the batteries. I have generated a tracker for measuring each cell temp and SG during the normal charging phase (10A) and for the EQ phase (30A). Each bank took about 12 hours to complete, 6 hours per battery. 5 hours at 10A and 1hour at 30A with readings every 30 mins for each cell. My plan is to do this quarterly to generate sufficient data to determine if I need to increase or decrease the EQ phase.
I have really enjoyed these past few days. The information I have taken on board will make me a better person. I have clarity on life and have set some personal goals already. I just want to share these experiences. I have released feelings that have been suppressed and I feel free!! I feel wonderful and even feel that I am walking tall. I know that by giving and forgiving I am receiving more. I have made some great friendships which I intend to keep. I have had so much FUN and in a way I feel as that this is coming to an end. I will remember this experience forever. Thank you all the team for a great weekend.
The left flip-switch selects between high gain, for distortion and hotter overdrive sounds, and low gain for clean boosting, EQ’ing, and milder overdrive tones. The next flip-switch selects between no clipping and 2 clipping options, particularly useful for adjusting your drive character. The third flip-switch gives you a full open sound or 2 degrees of bass reduction for thinning out your sound. The far right slip-switch adjusts the mid-range frequency center for the Mid EQ knob, letting you scoop your mids in a particular band or carefully boost midrange for the perfect overdrive tone.