The following graph depicts the dc voltage correction applied to ATevo output based on battery temperature sensed by the TempCo probe (A10).


Suppose you are dealing with a lead-acid battery whose temperature is 100 °F / 37.8 °C. As shown on the graph, the dc output voltage should be approximately 97% of the 77 °F voltage. If the float voltage is set on the front panel to 132 Vdc, the actual output voltage will be:
132 × 0.97 = 128 Vdc

Last modified: 27 September 2023