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How long does my Guest pro charger 10 amp take to fully charge my deep cycle Battery?

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Take the batteries down to a battery shop and have them load tested. Make absolutely sure they are DEEP CYCLE batteries. My 35a\h batteries put out 480 cranking amps. The battery shop can also test your charger. I have two chargers for my scooter the 4amp charger that came built into the chair, and a really nice three stage 5amp external charger. My scooters batteries have two 50amp quick disconnect connectors. I made up an external harness for the 5amp charger with the same connectors. I can now charge up my batteries out of the scooter. They say my built in charger is a 4amp charger, its slow in comparison to the 5amp charger. Batteries are expensive, regular chargers charge at one rate, full speed and can overcharge a battery. A three stage charger is by far way batter on your batteries. When you start to charge a depleted battery it put out full 5amps but as the battery nears being charged the charger backs off the amperage. When the battery is fully charged the charger goes into float mode and put out just enough amperage to maintain the charge. When i'm not using my scooter i keep the batteries connected to this charger. Deep cycle glass mat batteries don't stay charged very long when just sitting around. In about six months a dead battery will sulfate to the point where it will no longer take a charge. That happened to me once and cost me $200, never again will this happen to me. Battery shops are great places they have the instruments to tell you everything you need to know about the batteries. The batteries are the heart of your scooter unless you know there condition all kinds of strange things can happen. To make sure my batteries were good i have them checked against a known good set of batteries. BTW- Cranking amp is measured by putting a load on battery and increasing that load until the voltage falls off. At the point just before that voltage drop they measure the amperage output, that is you're cranking amps

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Take the batteries to a battery shop or a Battery plus store have them load test the batteries. Deep cycle batteries are different from normal batteries. Normal batteries are design for max output for short periods of time, Deep cycle batteries are designed for a modest output for long periods of time. My batteries are rated at 35 amp/hr.. Basically a load tester places a load in amps [cranking amps] on the battery. How many cranking amps depends on if there is a voltage drop when you apply the load. I can apply 480 cranking amps before my voltage drops. What i do is load test a new battery of the same type to find out the cranking amps. You will not find a cranking amp rating for aq deep cycle battery but retail places have load testers that read in cranking amps. Use only deep cycle batteries in scooters, garden tracker batteries will not last. If the batteries are ok test the charger. A CHARGER KNOWS THE CHARGE OF THE BATTERY BY BATTERY RESISTANCE. As a battery charges its resistance get bigger. Once the battery reaches a preset resistance the light goes solid. You can have the charger checked by a battery shop. To properly charge a battery a charger will put out 27volts @ 4amps, they can easily test for voltage. Now if the charger is built in there is going to be an external fuse find it, check it. hope this helps

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A battery that might sit for a month at a time, would only need a trickle charge or about 1 amp, a charger of this type can stay hooked to the battery for the whole month. A 10 amp would be for a quick charge or only about 4 - 12 hours depends on how fast the battery lost the charge. A 10 amp charge would cook the battery if left for days.

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If it is not a hybrid,the battery sould be charged on a slow charger at 2amps for about 12 to 18 hours,this will give it a deep cycle charge that will last.

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All lead-acid batteries contain highly corrosive sulfuric acid, generate explosive gases and have warning labels which should be observed closely. For best results, charge the battery as soon as you know it is discharged. To charge your battery, follow these steps and important safety tips: Before Charging: 1) Read the charger manufacturer's instructions. 2) Put on protective eyewear, rubber gloves, work clothes and remove all jewelry. 3) Place the battery in a well ventilated area. 4) Don't charge a frozen battery. Allow the battery to warm to about 60?F before charging. 5) If applicable, remove the vent caps and check the battery's water level and, if low, add distilled water to cover the tops of the plates. Do not overfill. 6) To determine if the battery needs to be charged, test it with a hydrometer to determine its specific gravity and/or with a voltmeter to determine its state of charge. 7) If applicable, reinstall vent caps before charging. 8) While the charger is unplugged, connect the leads to the proper battery terminals. Note: For side-post and studded batteries, we recommend that you use adapters to insure adequate contact. For additional information regarding adapters, contact Interstate Batteries. 9) Set the charger to the proper settings for your battery, e.g. 6 volts vs. 12 volts, low-maintenance vs. sealed, standard automotive vs. deep cycle. 10) Plug in and turn on the charger. 11) Don't wiggle the connections to check contact while the charger is turned on or plugged in. 12) Choose the lowest amperage setting initially. Once the charger is on and the battery is charging, you may want to choose a higher amp setting to reduce charge time. During Charging: 1) Keep the vent caps on. 2) Don't allow smoking, open flames or sparks near the battery. 3) Don't allow the battery to become hot to the touch. After Charging: 1) Immediately after the battery is fully charged, turn off and unplug the charger. Continuing to charge a fully charged battery will severely damage the internal plates and shorten battery life. 2) Disconnect the leads from the battery.

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