Click on each author name to view the details.
From time to time, stationary batteries may exhibit anomalies that require corrective action in the course of their operation. Some of these are easily correctable, while others require some detective work to solve. Sometimes a problem is not with the battery, rather, it may be the manner in which it is being tested or maintained by the user. This paper identifies some common and some not so common problems the user may encounter. VRLA and VLA battery types will be discussed.