Can this charger take "Wayne WSB1275 75Ah AGM Sealed Lead Acid Battery"?


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Old 06-01-16, 11:12 AM
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Can this charger take "Wayne WSB1275 75Ah AGM Sealed Lead Acid Battery"?

Hello all,

Can my charger take Wayne WSB1275 75Ah AGM Sealed Lead Acid Battery?
Which setting I should use for the Acid Battery?

1> Calcium
2> AGM & WET
3> GEL

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Old 06-01-16, 11:16 AM
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Can my charger take Wayne WSB1275 75Ah AGM Sealed Lead Acid Battery?
Which setting I should use for the Acid Battery?

1> Calcium
2> AGM & WET
3> GEL

Hmmmmm..... I'd pick setting number 2.

Just as a side note..... if you are using this battery on a battery backup sump pump system..... you can't use two chargers at the same time. The backup system has an internal charger.
 
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Old 06-01-16, 11:59 AM
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What do you mean two chargers?

My understand is that the WSB1275 just a battery without any charger.

Please correct me if I am wrong here.

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Just as a side note..... if you are using this battery on a battery backup sump pump system..... you can't use two chargers at the same time. The backup system has an internal charger.
Pretty self explanatory.

Are you using the battery you referenced on a battery backup sump pump system ?

If yes...... the backup pump system already has a charger built in to it. You can't just connect a second charger on to that battery.
 
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I just want to buy a sump pump battery to replace my old one and still plan to use the old charger.
 
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It ought to work. The charger has a setting for AGM batteries, and AGM batteries can be charged at 0.2C = 0.2 x 75Ah = 15A. Charging at the max 16A would likely be fine. Restrict it to 8A if you have concerns.
 
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Many thanks for your helps!
 
 

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