Perhaps PD made a mistake somewhere. Why does their own chart mention time at all if it really works by voltage?I think you've made a mistake somewhere but it's not anyone else's job to find it.
I simply believe what I saw with my own eyes and is backed up with what PD showed in their own info. No need to mention time when it works by voltage, but they show time. And that is exactly what mine did. Put it in boost mode for four full hours when it was already fully charged all the way to storage mode. And with a new fully charged battery after being disconnected for perhaps 3 minutes.If you choose to believe that everyone else but you is wrong then that's OK too, it's a free world.
It will not be the first time where many said I was wrong and I had to prove otherwise with actually doing an experiment with the equipment.If you choose to believe that everyone else but you is wrong then that's OK too, it's a free world.
I always prefer to believe whatever the truth really is. Even if I don't like it.If you want to believe it's a timer then go ahead.
I own a couple CTEK-3300. They do work good, BUT when it gets cool out they are hard to get the mode ya want. I just bought a couple
The Deltran Battery Tender has a 10 year warranty. I have used then for 20 years on my car, truck, motorcycle and TT batteries, and only had one fail. It was 12 years old. I don't think paying $70 or so expensive. These are the 1.25 amp ones. I plug them in and leave them connected until I need to use the battery.
I've used the Battery Tender brand in the past to keep boat batteries fully charged. Unfortunately they are pricey and mine seem to fizzle out and stop working after 2 years or so. I want to put one on our Class C cranking battery and was wondering if there are any favorites among the RV fellowship.