NO Mr Smith
Originally Posted by wwsmith111
I was referring to the converter which needs to be able to put out 15.5v in order to properly handle the two 6v batteries in series. I was trying to keep it simple and not get into all the details which have been beat to death multiple times. I just was trying to let him know that unless he changed his converter he would have a problem.
.. . 2-6's are the same as 1-12. The only difference is you have more amp hours in the 2-6's and a greater life span.. The 15.4 volts you are looking at is for EQUALIZING only... normal charge rate is 14.2-14.6 same as with a 12 volt battery. YES it will take longer to recharge 2-6's but that is what you put up with for the longer life and better holding capability.
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