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Old 11-09-2019, 08:11 PM   #1
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Batteries Drawing 15.1 Amps?

Hey all....Our charging system usually goes thru Bulk, then Absorb, then Float stages as the batteries charge......but today, our system says “absorb” after being plugged into 30amp service for a week. The monitor says we are charging at 15.1V. It’s been pretty cold here - below 32F for the week - 29 today - is it normal to read “absorb” when this cold?

We have #six T-105 6V batteries wired to 12V. All water levels are good in the batteries.
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