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Old 08-20-2015, 09:08 PM   #21
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That's a handy chart
Yes, it is handy. Saves me the "do the math in my head" routine.

I have seen many of the "basic" 70F charts you posted. When I googled "State of Charge Battery Voltages" for images, I found that one a year or so ago. Now I can still find the image posted by someone who found it online, but cannot find the original source
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Are you saying you can't see the 8 images I linked to?

If so, I will reload them locally. Let me know.
No. The links go to blank pages on the Sprinter forum. Links only show up when I reply using the quote tool
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Yes, it is handy. Saves me the "do the math in my head" routine.

I have seen many of the "basic" 70F charts you posted. When I googled "State of Charge Battery Voltages" for images, I found that one a year or so ago. Now I can still find the image posted by someone who found it online, but cannot find the original source
I could use the chart you posted but I'd shift the degrees to the left by one or two columns for my batteries. That would make the 90 degrees column my 70 degree column for example.
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Quick question - I am not seeing the sensing wires connecting the shunt (the Kelvin Connections) to the Trimetric - are they just not visible in the photo from the angle you took?
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Quick question - I am not seeing the sensing wires connecting the shunt (the Kelvin Connections) to the Trimetric - are they just not visible in the photo from the angle you took?
Dunno. It is possible I took those pics on a test fit. They are certainly there now.
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I could use the chart you posted ............
During this conversation, I got the idea of taking the info, putting in a spreadsheet, then printing it very small and taping it to the back of my plug-in voltmeter, so it is always handy. No color printer, so BW with gray shades will have to do. Deleted the 100F+ columns to make it fit without getting unreadable.
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Great idea to have the temperature compensated chart so handy!

I went ahead and modified the one you posted so it shows higher voltages to reflect what I see in my van. I see greater than 12.8V at around 70F even after running a test load for an hour: Link - http://www.classbforum.com/forums/f8...html#post27559

The new modified chart for my van:

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