I have several 7.5 amp batteries, all newer that when just sitting on the shelf a red indicator light comes on, the battery becomes very hot and seems to be discharging energy. I contacted customer support and they have no answers. Anyone else having this issue or any ideas what is going on?
I think it has been less than 30 days, we have batteries that we rotate, smaller amp as well as 7.5. Only noticed 7.5 because we also have the nexus inverter and keep it in the garage when I have noticed the red light. Could have been doing the same on the other batteries but have never noticed or seen it but seems only on the 7.5. Not sure why they programmed to discharge at 30 days, when I called tech support they had no ideas. Since we rotate batteries we only see this happen in just a couple of batteries at a time but the batteries do get hot.
Read the instructions and yes, after 30 days it drops to a 30% state. We have the California blackouts and ideally want to keep it near 100% for the nexus inverter, guess to only workaround is a periodic charge every 25 to 30 days.