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jighead 3

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jighead 3

I have a nataulis n-27 battery for my trolling motor just want to make sure it is a wet battery. Also my wife bought a charger for me today it is a vector smart charger. what amp should I be charging my battery at 25\10\2 does any one have this charger and if so how do you like it

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uglystick007

Always charge at the lowest rate if you have the time to spare. Charging at the lowest rate generates less internal heat for the battery.

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BobT

I don't believe this is always true. If memory serves me correctly, cranking batteries should be recharged as soon as possible and rather quickly. This may hold true for dual purpose cranking/deep cycle batteries but different manufacturers also seem to have different suggestions. This seems to suggest that the jury is still out on how best to recharge wet cell batteries.

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Shack

Ya, it is a wet cell. I charge deep's at 2 amp trickle and cranker's at 2 amp unless I need it quicker. From my formal battery training, slower is always best if possible. The faster you charge a battery, the more action is going on inside. This can break down plates quicker. The higher amp charging is for pinch/crunch times. I personly would not use anything more tham 2-6 amp trickle on any battery, unless I had too. Good luck and nice charger.

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