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This Blog post is going to address some frequently asked questions from Duffy boat owners that are currently running the Delta Q battery charger. If you are looking to purchase a Duffy Boat battery charger you can follow the links below. Currently available in the Delta Q QuiQ Series is a 36 volt charger and a 48 volt charger.
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Frequently Asked Questions
On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 7:36 AM, Steve wrote:
I have a question about my charging unit on my Duffy Electric Boat. Would the charging indicator light show a solid green if the battery compartment filled with water and the batteries had been totally submerged in water for three days or would it show a blinking green or red or nothing at all?
On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 7:52 AM, Pete wrote:
Wow! Interesting question. Actually we do not know-we never had the opportunity to determine what would happen in that situation. The green light by manufacturers specifications represents a charge complete status. Flashing indicators will mean there is some kind of fault. The easiest way to determine if the batteries have shorted out and you can’t determine by a visual alone is to put a volt meter on them. Check voltage and then load test each with a load tester that can reach the advertised Ah rating on the battery. In your Duffy boat you probably have a bunch of 6 volt batteries which are usually between 220-230Ah each. The most common is the Trojan T-105 which is a 225 Ah battery.
Hopefully this was helpful.