I must be missing something . My battery's manufacturerer specifies. an equalization
charge voltage of 15.0 VDC . My shurflo water pump specifies a maximum imput voltage of 13.6 VDC
When my solar
charger is in the equalization mode , I have 15.0 VDC at the battery
terminals and at my Shurflo pump terminals. If I leave the charger voltage setpoint at 15.0 VDC then my battery
will equalize but I will be supplying an overvoltage to my pump . If I set the equalizatio voltage to 13.6 VDC then my pump is operating within its voltage limits. but my battery
will not equalize. I checked the voltages with a fluke meter to verify the meter on the controller was accurate.
The advice I received from the trailer's equipment manufacturers was to disconnect the loads supplied by the battery when performing any charging operation where the charge voltage exceeds 13.6 VDC .
Disconnecting the loads will protect my equipment but will leave me without the use of my equipment during charge cycles .
How does one satisfy both criteria at the same time . I am assuming that
Renogy would not have stated their warning if the problem was non existant