how does a charge controler work with 12 volt batteries?

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Mark, as long as there is an electric output from the battery that is higher than the solar panel's input, there is no problem. You can wire the solar panels directly to the batteries without arming them. The problem comes when the battery is full, because there is no way to auto-cut the electric ...

Answered: Can I use a 12 volt, 6 amp battery charger to charge a 12 volt, 5 amp

Yes you can use 12Volts 6mah to charge 12Volts 5mah battery. Although it has small effect, you noticed that your battery will discharge faster than charging it with 12V 5mah.

Answered: I have a 24 volt system with two 12 volt batteries ...

Assuming you mean to connect your "common ground" between the two batteries and use a SPDT switch to select batteries your system won't work. It will work if you use a DPDT switch and eliminate the common ground idea. In this configuration the two center terminals (switching) connect to your meter ...
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Hi Abby : So I can better assist you, could you please provide me with additional information? Thank you.

Answered: Why does a 2 volt battery not work with a 1 volt battery?

You could use the batteries in series to get 3 volts. It might be limited in current capacity.
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