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Old 01-14-2013, 11:58 AM   #1
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I need to order a 12V battery for a kick only pan,.10 over,mild cam,stock or maybe a Mallory ing.on it,wish bone frame and stock horse shoe tank,and a cycle electric generator,came up with these,YUASA YTX9,YTZ14,Deka ETX9.Question is, I'm not sure if thats a low voltage generator or not,it does have a little red light on it if that helps,I can't get at it right now to look at and get a number off it,so I'm not sure what battery I need or if these batteries will work.....and yup,I did a search first....
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Thanks,its a 52 FL and I have that 12 v set up already,but don't know if its low or high volt generator,all I know is its got a little red light on the end of it. If I could get at it,I could get me a number,but right now,the generator is in my trailer......and it rained here last week......and now its like 8 degrees so.....one big ice cube....sooo....I'm just get'n a list of parts and wanted to get the right battery for it,or will these batteries work with either low or high out put....
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If it has a little red light on it I don't think it's a cycle electric unit. As far as I know the C.E. units don't have the lights on the endcap.
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Thanks guys,I guess I just thought it was a cycle electric,looks like the one on my genny shovel,....'cept for the light....so,will it matter what battery to get....
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Overcharge?

Now I'm curious. My 49 is 12v. When I used to rebuild the gennies and alternators, used to set the old mechanical regs to open the field at a certain voltage. How can a regulator if working properly, overcharge a battery? Current stops once the voltage reaches the limit preset.

Maybe I missed something.
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Old 01-18-2013, 01:08 AM   #6
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I see. You are talking overcharge and overcapacity to discharge based on the physical battery size. Trying to stuff 10 pounds of shit in a 5 pound bag.

In that case the hot oil bag and a gennie trying to keep up with the demand, pumping tons of current through that small case and plates would absolutely cook it/boil it out.

These low output regs are set to limit max current the will allow the gennie to make? They do have preset voltage limit I assume, but like the settings on the old trusty shop charger, the amps is regulated also?

What is the standard charge rate for these low amp regs? vs. a high amp?

I may be in need of one myself in the near future.

Thanks for the schoolin.
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