PLUS, and this is even BIGGER, you can parallel 2 to 4 CHARGE BATTS and they will all charge, (conditioned is best) so you get a higher charge rate for basically FREE.
Getting there will have you pretty much caught up to me, Maui!
I'm conditioning 7-8 sets of NiMH's now, the 8th batt is kinda funky,
I might need a new one or just run 7 batts... or run 2 drive
and 4 charge, that is likely the way I will go. JB gets OU like
ALL THE TIME with "conditioned batts" and these DO WORK
on normal loads all the time! Normal Discharge is fine
for this type of arrangement, just use your Radiant Charging So running a 24v source is more efficient?.. What is the limit of the source and charge voltages and amperages for this specific circuit? Would it be better to wire source batteries is series or parallel (ie, 2 series source batts and 4 parallel charge batts)? Also how does the amp rating of the relay affect performance? What about using a solid state switch like http://www.perfectswitch.com/
Conditioning takes time, and a regular Bedini rotary device
has to condition batteries to get the results too, in fact,
IMO the relay charger (in Solid State) is likely a better,
more efficient unit for doing this work. Still working on it tho!