And 12 volt battery 75 Ah (amp./timer) can provide power for 12V x 75Ah = 900 watt/timer, you can use watts / hour to calculate your capacity using the power of the caravan. The capacity depends on the type of battery you have, the use of some battery types do not count on getting more than 75% out of battery capacity, because a battery should not always be completely discharged. However, there are types of batteries that can withstand being fully discharged, Here you will get more current capacity of your battery.
Amperetimer (Ah) is the unit of measurement to use for the battery's total power reserve, and batteries printed Ah indicating battery capacity in Amparetimer. Typically measured current backlog at 20 hours of discharge time (C20). The reason why you have to indicate battery capacity with discharge time is blah., a Battery performance is strongly dependent on the discharge time.
Calculate your battery capacity:
When your lights and pumps consumption is given in Watt / hours, we must find the capacity you have available by converting your capacity in watt / hours. For example, a 12 volt battery 75 Ah (amp./timer)=> 12V x 75Ah = 900 watt/timer, Now you have calculated how many watt / hours you can pull out of your battery, also said the way you have calculated your capacity with the use of power in the caravan.
Overview on consumption:
How many days you can use the battery before needing to be recharged?:
If we start from the table above with the example of a typical daily power consumption in a caravan, will figure the piece look like: 900 Wh/ 221 Wh= ca. 4 days (You can use your battery (battery capacity) i ca. 4 days, if you do not use more than the 221 Wh which is the estimated consumption, remember it is only a theoretical concept, as several factors apply as type / quality battery and especially your battery charger, temperature.
NB. It can be difficult to understand the difference between a good and bad battery can be huge!
How do you save on the caravan power capacity:
Below are listed some examples of how you can get more power capacity of your caravan battery:
Consider changing your light bulbs with LED bulbs. LED bulbs use approximately. 20 times less power than helogen bulbs. LED bulbs have incidentally a lifetime of approximately. 7 times longer than helogen bulbs, and then LED bulbs are not as sensitive to vibration, Last, but not least is an LED light bulbs are not as warm as helegon bulbs.
We have installed “Victron Battery monitor BMV-712 Smart” replacing the aforementioned battery monitor – Read more about why:
Victron Battery Monitor BMV-712 Smart Quality, and displays real-time accurate information on your battery whether the charger is plugged. You can view data on your battery from Victron App, Easy and quick. Forget about battery sence which does not measure as accurately, and has less features.
See article via this link: Victron Battery monitor BMV-712 Smart
Over 8.500 use of caravaninfo.dk currently has. delivered polls, see the results of voting on batteries:
The following table shows the battery the respective campers who participated in the poll uses.
|Type, size batteries and chargers||Voice percent from Caravaninfo.dk Poll|
|Yellow Top 75 Amp||2.44%|
|Yellow Top 55 Amp||3.35%|
|Yellow Top 38 Amp||1.1%|
|Lithium battery lightweight solution||0.85%|
|Do Not lacked power at any time||10.87%|
|I use 3, 6 or 8 stage battery charger (Fully automatic charger)||15.48%|
|I do NOT 3, 6 or 8 stage battery charger (Fully automatic charger)||2.76%|
|I have one "bacteria Booster" connected||5.76%|
|I have solar systems installed||4.07%|
Take part in the vote on batteries (tick several choices battery type, etc.):