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Re: o/t restoring a lead acid battery
If this helps, the cell came out of an emergency lighting unit where it formed a battery. Might be a deep cycle design? Am I best to charge it with low current (50 ma) or higher current (2-10 amps) to restore it?
I'm just having fun, so this isn't too important. I'm sure I could replace it with a nicad or something. Or maybe even find a replacement cell at a battery specialist. The lead acid was good, because it delivered higher voltage than the nicads. I need somewhere between 1.5 and 2 volts I believe. Just thought someone might know the tricks, if there are any.