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Posted: 06/12/22 10:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How are you reading the voltages? Can you trust your meter? Some can be off a few tenths of a volt to more. Check that before you go too far.

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thanks for the info, i will check the charger out and check the batties again and report back. thanks





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ok retested the batteries this morning and both read 13.3... here are a couple pictures of my charger info and the info on the battery. maybe this can help in helping with my problem, if any... thanks again to all for the help;;;

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Why does that say for 12-35Ah Batteries only?

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Why does that say for 12-35Ah Batteries only?


DON'T KNOW,, thats what came with the scooter when i got it 4 years ago... it worked fine for all those years with the batteries which came on the scooter which are the same as the new ones just a different brand.. old batteries where for 2016 and started to lose charge pretty quick when in use...

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12V (volt), 35Ah (amp hour) rated battery capacity. 24V output means 2 series batteries for double the capacity (24V @ 35Ah).


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12V (volt), 35Ah (amp hour) rated battery capacity. 24V output means 2 series batteries for double the capacity (24V @ 35Ah).


that sounds good, just why I have in there,,,,,

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everything back together and drove the scooter around a little and seems fine. will be using it the next 5 days so will see how the batteries do. maybe will put a couple leads to the pos and neg terminals so they are on the outside and than i can test the volts on the batteries each day without having to remove the shroud. thanks again to all for ALLLL ur help and advise... will check back in a week or so and let u know how they did... stay safe...

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You have the correct batteries for the charger.

The ELECHG1024 has gone through some evolution. The earlier version was A24030-9C. It was upgraded to the A24030-10C, which you have, then upgraded again to the currently available A24030-10D.

I was unable to find details on your -10C. I did discover the -9C should output 29.7V, which is 14.4V per battery. As mentioned above, your meter could very easily be off by that much, which is 1%.

Use it to put it through a few cycles and contact Pride if you still have a concern.


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