As you can see i bought four 150Ah Bluecarbon batterys. I charged them as the manufacture instructed. They make the battery so you should use there settings.View attachment 95346
Hi All I seam to have joined the Blue Carbon Club.
But my battery's are sold as "Leo Power" LP 12-150
Information Printed on the sticker on the side of the battery
Rated Voltage: 12.8
Rated Capacity: 150Ah
Battery Electric: 1920watts
Continuously Use Input 80 Amp
Continuously Use Output 80 Amps
Charging Voltage 14.4v-15v.
Cut-Off 2.5 Single Cell
Depth Of Discharge:>80%
Recommended charging method declared:
Charging the battery with 30a constant current and 15v constant voltage until the
current reduces 1A at ambient 20C.
Pages scaned from the Product Manual
These Battery's are RUBBISH. they seem to be old cells repackaged.
When capacity tested on the settings printed on the side of the batteries themselves, the highest capacity was 108Ah and the lowest was 72Ah the other two were on the low 80s. Very fortunately I purchased these through Paypal. And got a full refund.
I now have 48 Calb L135F72 and 16 more on the way. giving me a 48v nominal 280Ah battery.
So im back on track.
I may have joined the Blue Carbon Club but my membership is, now most definitely expired.