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Old 06-11-2011, 04:01 PM   #1
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WFCO ultraIII WF-8900 series-Converter

Hope someone on here knows whether the above converter 3stage charger can deliver enough charging amps to batteries to keep from have to consider different inverter 3 stage charger later on. Thanks for your info.

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According to their web site it will deliver 75 amps DC WFCO - New world of power ideas - WFCO Model and Part Numbers List

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"enough" amps depends on how fast you think they should charge. Even a 10 amps charger is probably "enough" if you have 24 hours or so to fully charge.

Your 75 amp charger should be plenty for typical usage, but the high end rigs typically have a 100-120 amp charger for faster recovery.
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Enough amps also depends on what the batteries can absorb as their rate of charge. For that you will need to check the manufacturer.
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