**But yes in parallel.**

**In serie it reduces capacity.**

**Jony**

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I don't quite know how to answer this as I don't have the context of your comment. Please post this as an addendum to the original question so I can provie you with the correct response.

Thanks,

Dan

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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How are the batteries wired? If they are wired series the system is 48V and adding 2 batteries won't be easy (need a DC to DC converter with enough capacity to be useful). If they are wired parallel then just keep adding in parallel.

It is possible that the 4 batteries are wired as 2 pair of 2 in series for a 24V system. IN that case wire additional batteries in series then the PAIR in parallel with the 2 pair already in place.

It is possible that the 4 batteries are wired as 2 pair of 2 in series for a 24V system. IN that case wire additional batteries in series then the PAIR in parallel with the 2 pair already in place.

Sep 29, 2018 | Electric Health & Beauty

try parallel .

negative battery one to negative battery two

positive battery one to positive battery two

all positives to inverter positive

all negatives to inverter negative

Why ?

if batteries are in series you are adding voltages so inverter gets 24 volts when it is rated at 12 v to 16v but two batteries in parallel increases the current available and capacity but keeps voltage at 12 v

negative battery one to negative battery two

positive battery one to positive battery two

all positives to inverter positive

all negatives to inverter negative

Why ?

if batteries are in series you are adding voltages so inverter gets 24 volts when it is rated at 12 v to 16v but two batteries in parallel increases the current available and capacity but keeps voltage at 12 v

Mar 20, 2018 | Inverter Electronics - Others

You can't with that model.

Apr 03, 2014 | MGE Computers & Internet

Parallel battery connection means that no anode and cathode (no + and - ) terminals are ever connected together. Each battery will be connected positive to positive and negative to negative to the next battery, and so on until you reach the battery that is connected across the load.

Important to remember: Connecting batteries in parallel does not increase EMF (voltage), only capacity (the the run time prior to full discharge). Batteries connected in series does increase voltage ouput, in the same manner that battery cells increase batteru voltage ouput by adding together the voltage out put of all cells in the battery.

Important to remember: Connecting batteries in parallel does not increase EMF (voltage), only capacity (the the run time prior to full discharge). Batteries connected in series does increase voltage ouput, in the same manner that battery cells increase batteru voltage ouput by adding together the voltage out put of all cells in the battery.

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Checkout this site for a driver.

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Regards

Alan Hood

ami-man

UK

May 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet

Voice coils wired in parallel, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 1/2 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in series, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

All voice coils wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in parallel, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in series, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Apr 10, 2010 | Kicker Solo-Baric L5 Car Subwoofer

Speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in parallel, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in series, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in parallel, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 1/2 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in series, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

All voice coils wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Apr 09, 2010 | Kicker Solo-Baric L5 Car Subwoofer

If your amo is a subwoofer amp yes you want a LPF. Low pass filters are capable of passing low frequency energy. As far as the impedance of your amp goes check with the manufacturer for proper the proper load. What speaker config do you have?

2 DVC 8 ohms in parallel (voice coils) then series (speakers) are 8 ohms

2 DVC 4 ohm - in parallel (voice coils) then series (speakers) are 4 ohms

DVC is dual voice coil

Impedence for parallel is (Z1^-1+Z2^-1)^-1 or 1/((1/Z1)+(1/Z2))

Use those to figure out parallel impedance, series you just add them together.

2 DVC 8 ohms in parallel (voice coils) then series (speakers) are 8 ohms

2 DVC 4 ohm - in parallel (voice coils) then series (speakers) are 4 ohms

DVC is dual voice coil

Impedence for parallel is (Z1^-1+Z2^-1)^-1 or 1/((1/Z1)+(1/Z2))

Use those to figure out parallel impedance, series you just add them together.

Dec 21, 2009 | Hifonics Titan TXi 6006 Car Audio...

In series, I think parallel is the way it should be.

Series would reduce the voltage to each one - I think that's not right.

Series would reduce the voltage to each one - I think that's not right.

Nov 24, 2009 | Kidde 4618 Firex Hardwire Ionization Smoke...

Hi,

A series parallel network of four (4) 60 watts speakers would give you the same ohmage/impedance but with 240 watts capacity. Just two in parallel would give you half the ohmage/impedance but 120watts capacity or two in series would give you double the ohmage/impedance with again 120watts capacity.

Incidentally, if you bridge the power amp, you double the amp's output but only mono.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

A series parallel network of four (4) 60 watts speakers would give you the same ohmage/impedance but with 240 watts capacity. Just two in parallel would give you half the ohmage/impedance but 120watts capacity or two in series would give you double the ohmage/impedance with again 120watts capacity.

Incidentally, if you bridge the power amp, you double the amp's output but only mono.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Nov 05, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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