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Troubleshooting Flooded Batteries on CAELinux Forum

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8 months 4 days ago #10629 by crissnoble
Hello CAELinux community,

I hope you're all doing well. I'm currently facing an issue with my flooded batteries, and I'm hoping to get some guidance and insights from the experts here. I've been using CAELinux for a while, and I know this forum has a wealth of knowledge, so I thought I'd reach out.

I have a set of flooded batteries that are used for backup power in my home. Recently, I've noticed some unusual behavior and a decrease in their performance. These batteries are essential for ensuring uninterrupted power during power outages, so I want to address this issue as soon as possible.

Reduced battery capacity.
Frequent water top-ups required.
Visible corrosion on battery terminals.
Diminished backup power duration.
Unusual gassing or bubbling during charging.
I've tried to perform regular maintenance like topping up the water and checking the connections, but the problem seems to persist. I suspect that there might be some deeper issues with the batteries themselves, or perhaps there are specific CAELinux tools or simulations that can help diagnose the problem.

Has anyone encountered similar issues with flooded batteries in their setups?
What are some best practices for maintaining flooded batteries?
Are there CAELinux simulations or tools that can help analyze battery health and performance?
How can I determine if it's time to replace the batteries altogether?
Any recommendations for reliable battery brands for backup power systems?
I'm open to any suggestions, advice, or insights you might have. Your expertise would be greatly appreciated in helping me resolve this issue and ensure the reliability of my backup power supply.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

Best regards,
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