The two most common causes for RV battery failure are undercharging and overcharging.
Undercharging is a result of batteries being repeatedly discharged and not fully recharged between cycles. If a battery is not recharged the sulfate material that attaches to the discharged portions of the plates begins to harden into crystals. Over time this sulfate cannot be converted back into active plate material and the battery is ruined. This also occurs when an …
The place where we can connect the any external circuit is called unarmored cable terminal. The battery cable is supplied to the battery by a terminal post and the attachment of the conduct is attached by a flange which is extended from the flange. There is some space between the attached flange and the post of terminal. It is tightened by the nut to the terminal post. It is used to increase…Continue
For gas powered carts, the cables need only be of sufficient size to operate the starter motor, which is only for a few seconds at a time. So that answer is no, the originally installed unarmored cables are plenty sufficient in size. For those of us who have the more plentiful, battery powered carts, the answer is somewhat more complicated. The short answer for us is, yes and no, depending…Continue
The solar PV installation- how it all fits together.
Part 2 - The DC electrical installation.
The solar PV installation can be split up into a few different areas. The mounting of the panels, the DC electrical work and the AC electrical work. This is how the AC installation is fitted. The AC is the mains electricity that is supplied to you house and is normally around 230-240v. Now we have the DC electrical installation. Working from the Solar Modules or panels, this is how…