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  • #16
    Originally posted by Sunking View Post

    I gave a very detailed answer, but the Forum Software decided to delete it and lost it. It cost me 10 minutes of time I am not going to spend again.
    Sorry about that!....but i appreciate the effort u put ! =)

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    • #17
      instead of adding 12V batteries in parallel. if Golf Cart 6V 200ah batteries are available in your area, batteries in series are a better way to build capacity than parallel.
      There is some math here - http://www.smartgauge.co.uk/batt_con.html

      4 6V batteries in a 2series, 2 parallel arrangement, wired on the diagonal, is a better method that 4 parallel batteries.
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