Sorry about the topic heading. Tried to be as descriptive as possible.
I bought 2 x AGS GX200F batteries two days ago after the previous ones(same model) had served me for 3 years. An exceptional performance by local standards for wet batteries.
After the initial 48 hour non-stop charge, I am looking at a reading that indicates the batteries are full and a 'trickle charge' is being supplied by the inverter.
The values however are different. Please observe the pictures below.
My concern is, one battery is at 0.5 while the other is being charged at 0.03.
Shouldn't both be the same? Is the discrepancy indicative of something wrong with the first battery(cell/diluted acid) and or the charger.
The inverter is an Inverex XP 2600(images taken from olx)
Thanks in advance, for any help!