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  1. The RG24-15 is a Concorde® Platinum Series® Aircraft Battery. The Platinum Series® is comprised of premium hand made AGM Aircraft Batteries with excess power for many applications. This 2010 - 24V battery maintained on a BatteryMinder 24/7. Guaranteed to be fully functional, passes all BatterMinder Model 128CEC1 internal testing. Approved for all Mooney models using 24V systems. $299 plus shipping
  2. From AIN: Self-charging Diamond Batteries Set To Power Aircraft by Charles Alcock August 25, 2020, 10:06 AM NDB is developing a self-charging nano diamond battery that it says will be able to power electric aircraft. [Image: NDB Inc.] California-based startup NDB claims it is poised to offer a diamond-based alternative to current battery technology that will be more efficient and sustainable for electric aircraft. On August 25, the c
  3. Hi folks. Just bought a 1974 M20F. Love it after only 10 hours of flight, but I have noticed something unusual with the battery charging system. Every once in a while the battery alert comes on in the jpi 700 and the auto pilot turns off due to insufficient charge. Concord battery is 2 years old. Checks out at 13.07 volts standing charge. Jpi 700 shows between 13.4 - 13.6 charging in flight, now that I’m watching it. I’m assuming my alternator is going out since I think I should see 14+ volts, but I don’t know whats normal. Thoughts?
  4. In the winter I had a new battery installed because it was dead and would not take a charge. (1998 - m20m ) . it was replaced with a brand new one. I thought it was just the cold or a faulty battery Today, in the heat of summer the new no-1 battery was dead and I had to start the engine on #2. ( which was successful ) Something is draining my #1 battery with the master off. I can swear that everything is off I can start the plane on #2 . no problem ( i then switch back to no#1) which I hope is an ok thing to do. After running the plane for about an hour the #1 wi
  5. I have a Gill G-35 battery in a 201. The hangar in which the plane sits is regularly 100-120 degrees this time of year. I keep the water topped up and use a battery minder. Is there anything else I can do to keep the battery from getting torched?
  6. Hi all, Just bought an 96 Ovation, have only flown it about 4 flights so far and loving it. I'm having a problem with this dual battery setup though, and am unfamiliar with it. Battery 2 keeps reading low volts (between 18 and 8) so I've just been running it off battery 1. I want to charge it, but don't really want to have to open up the battery access doors as I really don't know very well what I'm doing. I understand that the external charging port is wired directly to battery 1, does that mean that it will trickle-charge over to battery 2 like it does in flight if I plug it up there? E
  7. Good morning everybody! My Ovation 2DX 2004 has a problem with loading battery #2.Now I examined the surrounding a little bit and found the fuse near the diodes of battery #2 blown. It's a 15A 32V glas fuse. Does anybody know about the exact function of the fuse. By the way, fuse near battery #1 was also blown! But I had never problems loading this battery. Thanks, Peter
  8. I have a 77 201 S/N 48. Where is the voltage regulator located? Not on the firewall. Battery isn't charging and voltage is low at idle. Going to clean / check connections before I start throwing parts at it.
  9. does anyone make a aftermarket stc, Battery box,for m20j
  10. I have a 77 J with a 14v system. any recommendations for a new battery. thanks J
  11. My Ovation 2, like all (?) long-body Mooney planes, has a pair of 24V batteries in the tail cone. At a MAPA training session, I was told that switching between batteries while the Master Switch was on was a bad idea as "a fuse could blow." The speaker was an experienced Mooney CFI and long-time Mooney owner. At the time I had about 4 hours of Ovation time so I just filed that away for future thought. I don't see any such warning in the POH. I've looked through the schematics and can't figure out where this "prohibition" comes from. There are two "Master" relays in t
  12. So getting my Mooney M20C started in cold Wx is a royal pain in the six. I have engine preheating nixed for the moment, but am still struggling with the battery. If I keep it on a tender it works fine, but putting the battery box together is very difficult for me. If I leave it without a tender for even a week I haven't the power to get started. I'd leave part of a tender hanging out the battery box, but I doubt there's enough room to get anything out of there. I used to have the exact same problem with my Cherokee, but the battery was under the back seat. The voltage drop was pretty
  13. One year old Gill G 243 for sale, for trade, or free to a good cause. I decided to go with sealed Concord batteries in my Bravo. Kept on a battery tender when not in use, excellent condition.
  14. Had a strange problem this weekend..... Went to start the Mooney, flipped the Master and NOTHING! No click, no lights....Nothing! I placed the Fluke meter on the Battery and is was not reading a Single Volt.... The plane had sat for three days since my partner flew her last. All switches were off and everything appeared to be normal. I placed a 5 amp charger on the battery for an hour and she started right up as usual. The Battery was drained as I saw the Alternator doing its job making voltage and current. I stayed on the ground for an extended period of time until I saw the amperage start t
  15. I just purchased a one owner 1989 M20K. Low time, always hangared, mint condition. It just came out of annual, with a new battery. It sat for 2 1/2 months before I had a chance to fly it. Upon first preflight, battery only had 22 volts. Engine cranked once, but would not start. Previous owner always used a battery minder, as he did not fly much. Owner says that the battery drain is normal. My CFI says it should hold out for a few months, at least. Are any of you aware of a constant drain on the battery, and if so, what is the source and what is the fix? Thanks, this is my first pos
  16. When is best time to buy a new battery, I think mine is 2 years old. Should i buy a new one or wait till she won't start? Thoughts? I am thinking about getting a Concorde RG24-15
  17. Need INPUT...ASAP on battery replacement recommendations! The shop working on my Rocket is saying that I need 2 new batteries (in the tail section & hard to get to) the current batteries were installed in 7/2010. I never had any problems with the batteries but they are reporting that after charging they won't start the engine.... They have quoted 2 each G-35 batteries and my cost is $245.94 each with acid. (don't know if that includes labor but if it is like the other items I doubt it...). They have also asked if I would be interested in the Concord sealed batteries! What say y
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