What problems can be created by batteries with a MINIMUM charge current recommendation
The batteries that I originally bought have developed problems in less than 2 years and are no longer made, and the company is offering to replace them with different batteries, North Star Blue. However, the original Outback 106NC batteries had a maximum charge current of 30 A, and these have a minimum of 36 A. My system at best produces 36 A in the middle of the day, and I use it for some irrigation and so there is always a load of about 15 to 20 A. I charge the current batteries with 5-15 A and they do fine. What problems might be incurred by bringing in a set of batteries that recommends a minimum charge current to 36 A?
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