Today, we will continue to explain the charging knowledge of LiFePO4 Batteries.
When the majority voltage is attained, the charger enters another phase, known as the "absorption" charging phase. Since the battery open circuit voltage systems the absorption voltage, the stream steadily reduces down to zero.
At this stage the battery is completely charged. But a lead acid battery can quickly eliminate charge once the charger is disconnected. So, rather than turning, the charger reaches a third phase known as the "float" point, where the charger drops into a lower voltage and also retains at the voltage. The purpose of this point is to keep the battery topped off, and accounts for the fact that lead acid batteries have a tendency to empty, even if there isn't any load connected.
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