Bob, c'mon. This stuff is easy BUT you have to start with the BATTERY
not the charger. To fully charge a battery
you have to feed it 14.8 volts. Read my lips! 14 . EIGHT volts.
Now read the specs you just so proudly waved in my face.
Ford has built cars longer than any other manufacturer on the planet and they were killing their owners. Do you remember the pinto? How about the explorer?
So knock it off with the 'been building it x years crap! I ain't buying.
I am an engineer and i sit in on meetings every week where we discuss compromise.
If you are interested in learning what is really required to CORRECTLY charge a battery
, please stick around, do your homework and participate. Otherwise throw away your meters and go 'be happy' in another thread! Cause i am dog tired of arguing with you.
Bob please do not take offense, but if you want to learn what PD is NEVER going to tell you, you have to accept that they have their own agenda. If your battery dies from poor charging, PD isn't buying you a new one. It is up to you and i to do our homework. I have done my homework. I have provided links to point you to sources to get educated. Please stop and go do that. Then absolutely do come back and contribute to this thread.
A hint to get you started. 14.8 volts high current, AT the battery terminals, temperature compensated. That is from the horses mouth. The battery manufacturer NOT PD.