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Re: (ET) Rotary Inverter
Yep. Bad idea. What happens is that two batteries get dragged low, then
when you charge they overcharge while the other 4 don't get fully
charged. Repeat for awhile; bad batteries.
*now* If you want to do this, there are battery balancers that can sit
there and "charge" the 12 volt set that you are draining from the other
24 volt batteries. Then after it's "done" you can charge the now flat
but balanced pack. Limit of 5-10 amps per hour, but it's a start. Check
with solar home houses.
Could a person not use a standard 12vdc to
120vac inverter and attach to two batteries instead of
the entire pack?
- Yes, but if it used a lot you'll be unbalancing the battery charges
(discharges) - this can cause trouble (as I understand it) with getting
correct charging using the 36V charger.
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