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Re: [Enfield] Second opinion

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  • Pete Snidal
    ... If the battery voltage is low, the 14.2 V your system seems to be putting out would result in a fairly high current/ammeter reading. If the battery s up
    Message 1 of 32 , May 30, 2009
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      >Just out of interest, what should the ammeter be reading when
      >machine is out on a normal run?? It just reads 0V all the time, is
      >this correct?

      If the battery voltage is low, the 14.2 V your system seems to be
      putting out would result in a fairly high current/ammeter
      reading. If the battery's up to the full 14.2 V of the system,
      you'll see no current draw. Once the charging voltage is no longer
      being applied, the battery will drop to a lower reading, ~13.low
      somewhere. That's all normal. You're in the clear. Ride on!
      ps/ www.enfield.20m.com
    • Pete Snidal
      ... If the battery voltage is low, the 14.2 V your system seems to be putting out would result in a fairly high current/ammeter reading. If the battery s up
      Message 32 of 32 , May 30, 2009
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        >Just out of interest, what should the ammeter be reading when
        >machine is out on a normal run?? It just reads 0V all the time, is
        >this correct?

        If the battery voltage is low, the 14.2 V your system seems to be
        putting out would result in a fairly high current/ammeter
        reading. If the battery's up to the full 14.2 V of the system,
        you'll see no current draw. Once the charging voltage is no longer
        being applied, the battery will drop to a lower reading, ~13.low
        somewhere. That's all normal. You're in the clear. Ride on!
        ps/ www.enfield.20m.com
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