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Battery charger Dear Sir/Madam, I want to know about voltage setting in diffrent (Trickle / Boost) mode for lead acid battery What is settings for auto mode in lead acid battery.

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Most lead acid batteries can be charged with a boost, this can be 10 AMPs, but normally have a current sense circuit so when the battery reaches it knee it goes into a trickle charge.

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