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Wed, Mar 23, 2010

I have recently been reading about your inventions/equipment. We live off-grid using primarily solar power and I am attempting to understand how/if your equipment can be useful to our specific needs.

I am not technically trained, but for the last 30 years, I have installed and maintained several 12vdc solar battery systems in a remote, off-grid circumstance that is very dependent on batteries. I am interested your work altogether, but my primary focus currently is in optimizing/rejuvenating the batteries we use in our solar system. I have spoken to Rich on a couple of occasions and decided to purchase your lower cost RC-2A12-3 to begin getting a practical sense of your technology.

Note: My first use of the RC-2A12-3 was to attempt to rejuvenate a non-functioning battery bank comprised of 6 x 6vdc L-16 batteries. We have now successfully put 2 of the “dead” L-16 batteries back into service and are currently using the RC-2A12-3 to revive the remaining 4 L-16 batteries. These batteries belong to a very grateful neighbor who has now contributed $100 toward the purchase of the RC-2A12-3....


Friday, April 23, 2010


Letter Re: You May Not Need to Buy New 12 Volt Batteries



The 12 volt DC lead-acid batteries employed in most readers' vehicles, power storage systems and backup supply systems are expensive, have finite life spans and are a critical link in the timely operation of equipment required to respond to short term and long term grid-down situations. Aged batteries become unreliable, but are difficult to keep in a state of readiness and when deemed "spent" their replacement puts a drain on already limited financial resources.

Most people have battery chargers and the know-how to use them in an effort to keep older - or infrequently used - batteries in a charged state so they can be relied upon when needed. This is, however, time

consuming and the unpredictability of battery depletion, through sulfation and other age-related deterioration, makes it difficult to keep your batteries in a constant state of readiness in a cost-effective manner that is not manpower intensive.

If a battery has reached a truly terminal stage of decay, such as failure of inter-cell connections, lead plate breakage or separations and similar situations that require mechanical reconstruction, then the battery should be recycled - it's beyond repair by ordinary mortals. But if the battery is mechanically viable and just badly aged, there is a very good chance that it can be brought back to a very useful state with a device that is relatively unknown but commercially available. I will not claim that it can be made as good as new, but my own results were very satisfying.

A neighbor of mine - a Ph.D. Chemist - came across, researched and subsequently purchased a device known as the Renaissance Charge Rejuvenator. He has already brought a dozen lead-acid 12V batteries back from near useless states. I borrowed the 'Rejuvenator' unit, and attached it to three different 12V lead-acid batteries of my own over a 4-day period. In each case the battery, which had previously been unable to retain a decent charge, was "brought back to life" and held a good charge making it usable for employment as a car battery, a source of energy in an inverter set-up or other traditional arrangements.

The Rejuvenator works best if you use it repeatedly, drawing down the battery between applications. For my own batteries, I used the unit until it indicated "done" (green light), then I placed a load on the battery and drew it down to about 11V, gave it a rest period of about 8 hours and then ran the unit through another cycle to charge it back up and apply a "second dose" of the unit's proprietary repair process.

The Rejuvenator is not exactly cheap at $200 (delivered) but if you bring two "mostly dead" large capacity car batteries (or just one heavy duty tractor battery) back to useful life you've pretty well paid for the unit and after that everything is free. You might consider splitting the cost with a good neighbor or two.

I submit that readers would be well advised to do some research and consider purchasing one of these units to extend the life of the many batteries they already have in use, in order to avoid the high costs associated with replacement. I was stunned when I counted and realized that I have fourteen 12V lead-acid batteries on my ranch. Just as an aside, I have no vested interest in the company that makes the units, and will receive no compensation if this recommendation should result in sales for the Renaissance-Charge Company, though it couldn't hurt if you mention that "Ted from Careywood" sent you. They may be inclined to give some sort of small discount, though I have no control over that. In any case, the cost/benefit analysis seems to make it a good deal, especially for those who use lots of battery banks to avoid dependence on the electrical grid. Best Regards, - Ted

Feb 12, 2010

I have personally used all the chargers in my lab on my farm and am getting ready to install the controller into my off grid system on my straw bale house. They work very well for power tool batteries, flashlight rechargeable, car batteries, T-105 Trojans, L16 Trojans and large banks of batteries hooked in series, up to 144 Volts.

I personally have restored over 100 different batteries that were either from the landfill or ready for disposal. I have had my mechanic verify their efficacy also as he was ready to re-place my wife's battery with a new $76.00 one and checked out her old one before and after and said after the R-charge treatment it was better than the new one he was going to put in.

Owen Mullen
Sandpoint, Idaho

Jan. 31, 2010

Hi John and colleagues

I purchased RC-2A12-2 12 volt battery radiant charger when they were first released and you'll be glad to know I became very popular in the neighborhood for recharging peoples batteries (12v lead-acid).

David Turley

Jan. 29, 2010

I love the RC-2A12 I bought from your r-charge site. It has been used a lot since buying it. Your stores are like candy stores, I wish I had a lot more money to spend though :)

I love your work. Thank you for allowing this to be given to us. Great things can come from this.

phillip reed

Sept. 9, 2009

Dear Renaissance charge,
I have been using two of your products now for about one year now with great succes and joy, restoring batteries on a daily basis. We use the RC 2A12 as well as the RC 1AU for reviving motorcycle batteries in the 6-20AH range and now are increasingly using the 2A12 to charge 50AH VRLA batteries that are being used in electric scooters. Since these batteries are responding so well to their treatment, we have seen increases in capacity from around 26AH to more than 35AH, where new ones supply about 40AH (C10 discharge).

In our business of electronic two wheelers, mostly scooters but we are also dealer of the Vectrix motorbike and scooters, we see an increasing demand for radiant charging to extend the life of these batteries that have a pretty hard life. I have been promoting your products for some time now and various fellow competitors are asking me to revive their batteries as well. As a result we are looking into opportunities to extend our business toward commercially reviving these type of batteries for electric vehicles. Although the 2A12 is doing a pretty good job at the larger 50AH batteries I think it's time for me to order the 30A12 to speed up the process of rejuvenating these units.

Kind Regards,

Floris Grootendorst

June 27, 2009

This Charger really puts a good charge on a battery that's just been run down by trying to start a hard-to-start car or truck.    After a charge,  the starter will crank the engine faster than anyone has ever seen their car's engine crank while trying to start it.......... even made my small diesel tractor crank faster.........

I have recovered quite a few different size batteries that would not  hold a charge anymore.  Almost all of these batteries are still in service on their owners car's or trucks as I write this.  The process I used was to charge them, and then discharge them, at close to their C20 load rate, 3 to 10 times in a row. And depending on the battery's size, with 1 to 3 tail lamps, or with a 300W inverter and 1 to 3 14w to 20w CFL's, until they would hold a good charge again, and then reinstalled them back on the car or truck they came off of, or some other car,  etc......  It takes several days to cycle them like this,  but they come back to life,  and go right on a car with no problems..........

I've charged a neighbor's trolling motor battery,  a day before he went fishing,  3 different times, he says after the 3rd  time,  it lasted approx 1 hour more than it had been going before, with a normal charge.

Clinton Stafford

Fort Worth, TX

May 28, 2009

Hi Rick,

This is Paula Lauerman the one with the 4 year old golf cart to farm cart conversion owner.

If you will remember last week you talked with my husband in the morning and then again with me in the afternoon explaining how we could best rejuvenate our batteries.

Please note that we do value and appreciate the time you spent with us as we fully understand how your product works and how to use it properly with great results!

Just a quick note to tell you that after the first use of the small charger on the batteries of our cart--charging two 6V Trojan Deep Cycle batteries at a time--we have already experienced a tremendous difference in the operation of our vehicle!

The first set of two batteries took about 9 hours; the second and third set about 16 hours each.

My husband then used the cart all day making trips around the property and to and from the garden.

At the end of the day the cart still had power and was not behaving at all as it had been prior to our purchase.

We are now on our second round of charging and the first set of batteries that would only charge for about 9 hours the first time through charged for about 21 hours this time and from our conversation I take this to mean that the plates are already responding to the technology and able to be charged more fully.

We are so pleased and just wanted to say thanks again for your technology and the personalized time you spent with us J

Believe me we will be telling everyone we know about you and this amazing product!

Will send further updates later.


Paula Lauerman

May 23, 2009


I have received my RC-2A12 and have used it on two batteries -- have not cycled them yet but they do seem to be in significantly better shape so far....

Mr. Roland Schoettle

May 7, 2009

Dear Renaissance Charger  -
After hearing about your revolutionary charger from a radio show with your chargers ability to renew old batteries  that could not be charged or hold a charge any more, I decided to order one.
Your salesman on the phone was technically knowledgeable and answered all of my questions thoroughly. Since I am an engineer, I am hard to impress.
After receiving the well packaged and professionally manufactured device, I immediately set it up to recharge a 3 year old, dead motorcycle battery. This battery costs $75 and I hated to discard it after only using it one year. Not 24 hours after I plugged in the R-charger, the indicator said the battery was fully charged and ready. Was it ever! Even after leaving the battery idle in my motorcycle for 2 months it still registers over 13.7 volts cold!

I then charged another very old car battery. Same result. It recharged the battery after about 2 days and it is better than new.
Not sure if a storm socked the charger, but it started sparking after I attached it to a third battery. After calling your company, you said to send it back and you would evaluate it. About 2 weeks after mailing it off to you, I received a new charger!  What absolutely fantastic customer service!

Now I had a really tough battery called an Exide Nautilus battery that was flooded out, dead as hammer for 2 years. Right now the R-Charger is renewing it!  At first the R-Charger was going from green light for charged to blinking red light for error, until it finally overrode the bad plates in the battery and is now fully renewing the battery.

All I can say is that your technology has convinced me that I will be able to renew almost any batter I have and make them even stronger than when they were new. This is the best money I have ever spent for battery maintenance. Considering I own over 6 of the most expensive and supposedly advanced chargers out there, I know what I am talking about when I say that the R-charger is the only charger I really need and is by far the most advanced technology for battery charging and maintenance.

Great job John Bedini and Energenx for the inventing and producing this "miracle" product!
-Mark Solomon

April 20, 2009

I bought the RC-2A12 charger about a year ago, and last autumn I had the chance to see
what it could do. The battery in the old Audi 80 car was "dying" on me (making it difficult to start in cold weather), and trying an ordinary cheap charger made it better for a week or so, then it degraded again.

So I charged the battery with the RC-2A12, and I honestly didn't let it do the job fully
because I got alarmed by the sizzling/boiling sound inside the battery (with it being ice cold at the same time).
So I disconnected the RC-2A12, next morning the car started without a problem, and it has done so every day since (about half a year ago). It even stood still for two weeks in freezing cold weather, then started up no problem. I'm happy :)


April 5, 2009

Since I received my RC-2A12, I have gotten many batteries revived. Some free scrap even that work well now, and hold a charge well at 12.78V just sitting on the bench.


March 26, 2009

Hey Rick,

Everything is going well. He (battery technician for a big company) is on the second phase of his testing. His first test was with an old car battery that he knew was bad. He recharged it and it is working. His second test was with a Battery that he did a more scientific test with, draining and recharging it. All was good, so now his local tech is working with it to do a test on the actual batteries they use. It's a much slower process with the unit that he has, but it is moving


February 12, 2009

I have tried a few batteries and find your RC-2A12 performs very well.

Luis V.

Nov 25 2008


I've impressed a friend with the results I've been getting from my RC-2A12, and he wants to know if there's anything similar available that he could use on his lithium bike battery. . .


Peter K. Campbell

July 15 2008

Garage sale special, bike restored
Garage sale special for only $10 because throttle was broken and two 12V gel batteries were useless, which would not take a conventional charge. This bike costs $239 new. Maximum weight is 140 lbs. We test drove it with a 170lbs person up hills. It now works great after charging with two RC-2A12-2 chargers (one for each battery with fuse removed).

Renaissance Charge, LLC R&D.

July 3 2008
I have purchased two battery chargers from Renaissance Charge. The first was 12V charger model # RC-2A12-2. After the success I had with the first charger, I purchased the universal rechargeable battery charger model #RC-1AU-120. I want to thank you for your fine products.

After purchasing the first charger this winter, I saw what it could do. I had an approximately 3 year old battery on my ATV. The battery would not stay charged after multiple attempts with an ordinary motorcycle battery charger. I could get the battery to start the ATV immediately after the charge, but by the next day, it was inoperable. After the Renaissance charger was used, the battery is as good as it was new. I have used it for months and it works impeccably.

When I heard that the company was coming out with a charger that would charge nickel-metal hydride and nickel-cadmium, I was eager to purchase one. I was very impressed after a drill battery of mine was brought back to useable service. The battery was over 17 years old and was all but useless. It only gave a few minutes of service before becoming so weak it could not be used. I had given up on it and had laid it aside to be recycled or discarded. After using your charger, it is as good as new. It is powerful and useful.

Thank you for your excellent products. I am a very satisfied customer.

David L. Nichols
Whitefish, MT

May 29 2008
Been doing some testing on some 840 AH, lead acid glass batteries and 350 AH sealed Gel acid, this little charge has really improved there performance. Haven’t recorded any results of the load test but there is a big improvement. Just starting some testing on some 1680 AH lead acid glass batteries, each 2 volts battery weights over 300lbs, can’t wait to get testing the RC-30A12 on these big fellows.


May 8 2008
Hi rick I just got one of your RC-2A12-2 chargers and LOVE it...
Thanks again for a superb product,

David J. A.

Mar 22 2008
I am very impressed with the charger! I had a 1,165 cranking amp excavator battery that wouldn't even hold a charge for a few hours. After charging for 24 hours, I connected it to my Sun Danzer refrigerator. It has been running 3 days and the voltage is still 12.5!

Timothy Martin
Parishville, NY

Mar 13 2008
My car for several days was losing power on several electric functions like the lights and heater, etc. Finally one cold day the car could not start. The RC-2A12-2 charger was then used for one night restoring my battery to a useable condition. Forty days later I have not had any of those problems, even in extremely cold conditions.

Dan Ruthven
Goshen, IN

Mar 12 2008

Just an update for you. I recently came across a 12volt deep cycle marine battery that was showing .09 volts across the terminals. Even my Rennaissance Charger saw it as a dead short. I took a good battery and piggybacked it with the dead battery (see photo above). The Rennaissance showed good charging, and the bad battery did not short the curcuit because it was in parallel with the good battery. After 2 days the charger showed a full charge. Amazingly the deep cycle battery that had been shorted was at 12.5 volts. The first time I used it I discharged it at 1 amp per hour, it put out 9 amps, bringing it down to 12.01 volts. this battery had been sitting outside for 7 years, had never been charged since we had purchased the device it came in, we had never needed it before. I have been load cycling this battery for the past 2 weeks using it to power a 1 amp load, thru my watts up meter. Yesterday after the 6th cycle it had run for 24 hours, putting out 1 amp continuous and was at 12.14 volts. As of yesterday resting voltage is 12.86, it charges in 12 hours or so on the rennaissance charger. Each cycle has brought the battery to a higher capacity. I can now run my 1 amp load 24hrs straight with 1 battery.

Tom Childs

Feb 08 2008

50 batteries brought back

Have 50 out of the 80 batteries recharged and working great. I did some on my Bedini 4 coiler hooked 6 in parallel along with a 135 ah deep cycle battery, worked great. The majority of them I have done on the powerful little radiant charger with 10 to 15 in parallel along with a car battery. All of them were at 5 to 6 volts when they were taken out of the battery backup unit and needed a good battery in parallel with it to turn on the charger. . . Load tested a few of them after a few cycles and they are right back up to their rated 9ah's; and they hold their charge really good. The Renaissance Charger is a great charger. Say thanks to John for me. Keep up the good work. It is a small step in the right direction in helping to save this planet and take back the control from those raping this earth and blinding the minds of the whole world from this energy truth as well as spiritual truths.
See attached picture, only 30 batteries to go.


Jan 19 2008
11 Charge/Discharge Cycles Completed on Renaissance Charger.

See my latest results with the 12 amp hr SLA 12 volt battery. To say I am happy with the renassiance charger is the understatement of the year! I hope to do 18 cycles on the battery and call it a wrap unless it still significantly is improving as it still is now.

Dec. 15th 2007
Just wanted to let you guys know that I received the radiant charger and have put it to work about 100% of the time I've had it already. I had an old group 58 battery that was bone dry and 0.00 voltage. I added distilled water to all the cells and took it to Autozone to have them "quick charge" it up but it kicked off on the machine after 5 minutes due to high amps on three tries. They guaranteed me it was a bad battery. This quick charger was enough to get it to 11 volts so I was happy that now I could use the radiant charger I purchased from you. I put it on and successfully charged up the battery to 12.5 volts in 12 hours. I let it sit dormant today and it ran down to 12.3 volts, I have put it back on the charger again for another 12 hours. Its happily clicking away inside. :) I have no doubt that this charger will save many more batteries like this and thus far its saved me $50 on that one battery.

My group 65 battery in my pickup would only charge up to 12.53 volts and was slow at cranking. The radiant charger is happily working its magic on it as well and easily charged it to 13.2 volts and it fires off quickly now!

I'll give you guys more definitive quantitative data and less subjective data once I have the CB2 load tester.

Chris A. from Huntsville, AL

Dec. 16th 2007
I was waiting for my truck's battery to finally die so I could test the charger on it. As the cold weather came in it was harder to start. The other day it didn't start as it was below freezing. So I got the charger out for an opportunity to test it in a real life situation. And a few hours later the battery got a second life with only one charge. No problem starting it now in weather 10 degrees lower than that day. I expect to do this every six months or so for many years to come.

Rick Friedrich
Manager, Renaissance Charge, LLC.

battery test 100% capacityOct 10, 2007
... With the Renaissance First Gen charger, my results are very positive. I Successfully revived 2 car batteries... (I have run it at 100% Duty Cycle since then, no problems). So I decided that I would hopefully add value to the data taking process by using the commercial professional product and restore some batteries in the process as claimed. Well I will say that there were times when I was starting to question myself for buying a $200 battery charger. But I pressed on and was most delighted, I have the print out slip from the Sun VAT45 battery tester which tested my 575CCA battery at a 580CCA rate and gave a state of charge report of 100%. ... I am a firm believer now...Thanks, Francis Seattle

Oct 8, 2007
I have been making good progress on testing the RC-2A12-1. This little beauty has been going night and day for over a month now. It has been able to revive some junk 55Ah and 80Ah gel cells (after adding a little de-mineralized water to them), as well as charging up 12 x 130Ah deep cycle/marine lead-acid batteries. ... All the best, ...

Oct 6, 2007
I have been professionally charging batteries of all sizes for more than thirty years. I have even been a maintenance engineer in a battery factory and I have never seen any charger do what the Renaissance charger can do. I am doing a side by side comparison with a standard trickle charger against the Renaissance charger using two identical batteries bought at the same time and applied to a common marine application running until replaced due to batteries only being at 40% capacity due to sulfation. I borrowed the twin 50 Ah deep cycle batteries from my NAPA distributor's recycle pile for testing. The capacity was confirmed by a NAPA battery analyzer. After six charge discharge cycles I have found the Renaissance charger to use only half the amp draw as the standard trickle charger and the Renaissance charged battery last longer and longer each discharge cycle; at last count it last 3 hours and 10 minutes longer with same load applied. Let me break it down for you. It cost me half the money compared to the conventional trickle charger to get 3 hours and ten minutes longer charge and I expect much more after 12 charge/discharge cycles based on previous testing experiences. I will report again after the 12 cycles are complete...

Oct 1, 2007

Tom Childs restoring two golf cart batteries
Tom Childs restoring two golf cart batteries
I own a rennaissance charger. I have been using it for close to 2 months, using it to restore a pair of trojan t125 batteries wired in series so the charger sees 12 volts. at the beginning of my process testing this charger I purpously chose to test the charger on batteries I knew were not good. all of the cells in one battery would not go above 1.200 specific gravity and the other battery had 1 cell that was dead, below 1.100 specific gravity, and would not come back. the dead cell had that dirty muddy look in the electrolyte you get from a bad cell. both of these batteries had been force charged with a christie charger, and equalized with a computer controlled electronic 30 amp charger. I have a fleet of vehicles that use these batteries, I maintain 80 of these units on a weekly basis and have done so for over a decade.
I began charge/discharge cycling, at first I was disapointed, but after 2 months of charging each time until there is no change in the specific gravity, then drawing down with a 12 amp load (3 automotive headlights) thru a "watts up" meter that logs watt hours and joules, these batteries have come to life, and actually are getting stronger, producing more work. each time I cycle them down to the same voltage. resting voltage after charging and allowing a day for sag, is above 13.5 and specific gravity is above 1.310 in 5 of the six cells. as I continue to use this little charger, I am confident I will be able to restore more batteries, and when their big charger comes out, I will be buying it too, so I can charge and desulfate more batteries at a time. restoring these two batteries that I could no longer use, saved me almost 200 dollars, the cost of replacing them. my little charger is working wonders!!

Tom's starting testimony:
just thought I wuld take a minute and let you know what I am finding out about this charger. I picked 2 trojan T125 batteries in series as my test set. these batteries had been pulled because they were only holding charge at about 50 % 5 cells were well below 1200 on specific gravity, and 1 cell was completely shot, would not even float the needle. standard charging would not bring that cell back, or push the other cells above 1200 specific gravity. FYI any cell below 1100 is considered dead, 1300 is fully charged when new. cell 1,2,3, is battery1, cell 4,5,6 is battery 2
After the first charge cycle, which took 2 days, and 1 day of resting the cells measured specific gravity as follows:
cell 1 -1275 (this cell started to respond on the first cycle)
cell 2 - 1200
cell 3 - dead
cell 4 - 1250 (this cell started to respond on the first cycle)
cell 5 - 1200
cell 6 - 1200
I decided to hit the batteries again without discharging, because that 1 cell was dead. the second charge cycle took 30 hrs, cells read as follows.
cell 1 - 1290
cell 2 - 1200
cell 3 - 1275 (this cell was previously dead!)
cell 4 - 1265
cell 5 - 1275
cell 6 - 1290 (this is almost a completely restored cell) I decided after this I would do a run cycle using an 12volt h5001 car headlight, draws between 3.9 and 4 amps. I hooked up my watts up meter so I could watch the batteries cycle down. I ran for 24 hours, and recorded all parameters that the unit displays. in 24 hrs the voltage dropped from 12.29 to 11.73, which is not much, 21.194 Amp hours and 1035.8 Watt hours there are a lot more readings coming off of the watts up meter, but I will save those for the end of my test cycles when I will publish all the results. hopefully I can figure out how to get joules out of all the numbers this meter is giving me. cell gravity after 24 hr run:
cell 1 - 1220
cell 2 - 1125
cell 3 - 1120 (this cell did not die! was expecting it to go to zero)
cell 4 - 1200
cell 5 - 1200
cell 6 - 1200
I am hoping to see a balancing of the cells when drained, and the capacity of each to go above 1300. I just built a better test jig with 3 of the halogen headlights, so we will see 12 amp draw instead of 4, so hopefully I can do some more seroius drawing down of the cells. as a side note, and this may be because of the low charge rate, I have not had to refill the cells with any distilled water, and during charge and discharge I had a thermocouple attached, the battery never went up in temperature more than 1 degree C which is normal ambient temp change becouse of environment. VERY EXCITING!!'
Tom Childs

"I am on charge cycle 4 with my rennaissance charger, batteries are already 25% better than before."

"Rick I want to do more testing but from what I have experienced with the rennaisance charger-it is a SUPER WINNER! On one of my batteries, I saw a 15% increase in runtime using a load over just the last charging. I am really impressed and really am impressed. Keep up your good work! ...."

Partial Reclaiming of old sulfated Daimler Chryler Corp. 500 cold cranking amps

Here are the results of the tests I ran:

I picked up this old sulfated Daimler Chryler Corp. 500 cold cranking amps from Auto Zone. Their battery tester indicated standing voltage of 11.20, but under load it dropped instantly to 2.50. Obviously, a worthless battery.

8/20/07 Started my independant testing using a Renaissance Charger 2A12.

8/20/07 Test 1: After first charge cycle, the battery read 12.67 standing voltage; it operated under load of 75 watts for a duration of 1.49 min. and the inverter dropped out at 9.74 volts terminating the test.

8/21/07 Test 2: After second charge cycle, the battery read 12.51 standing voltage; it operated under load of 75 watts for a duration of 5.0 min. and the inverter dropped out at 9.70 volts terminating the test.

8/21/07 Test 3: After third charge cycle, the battery read 12.68 standing voltage; it operated under load of 75 watts for a duration of 8 min. and the inverter dropped out at 9.74 volts terminating the test.

(okay ... so we gained 3 min. Nothing earth shattering.)

8/22/07 Test 4: After fourth charge cycle, the battery read 12.50 standing voltage; it operated under load of 75 watts for a duration of 5.09 min. and the inverter dropped out at 9.74 volts terminating the test.

(At this point I am thinking that the battery might be damaged or that the charger is not capable of actually restoring a battery like this. But I figured I would run another test.)

8/22/07 Test 5: After fifth charge cycle, the battery read 12.57 standing voltage; it operated under load of 75 watts for a duration of 7.11 min. and the inverter dropped out at 9.72 volts terminating the test.

(Maybe it is just fluctuating due to the desulfation process. Will keep runing tests.)

8/23/07 Test 6: After sixth charge cycle, the battery read 10.96 standing voltage; it operated under load of 75 watts for a duration of 170.45 min. and the inverter dropped out at 9.75 volts terminating the test.

( Now this is what I am looking for! 100 MINUTES and STILL RUNNING UNDER LOAD. keep checking back on it and it is just going and going. This is INCREDIBLE! 170.45 min total. Will do one more cycle just for kicks.)

8/24//07 Test 7: After seventh charge cycle, the battery read 10.58 standing voltage; it operated under load of 75 watts for a duration of 166.01 min. and the inverter dropped out at 9.74 volts terminating the test.

(I think I have just validated the claim here. This little charger, however small and undersize it may seem is really quite a workhorse! In just 6 cycles it has restored this battery to a remarkable level. I might add that the battery has maintained its charge for several days, no fluctuation. Seeing is believing. These kind of results are unheard of! I definately believe there are huge savings to gain using this technology. I am also looking forward to see what other products Renaissance Charge will unveil in the future. So far they are everything that they claim to be and more.)

Regards, Harold Weaver

Wyoming MI

Harold Weaver
Weavers Studio

[This battery was only run through a few cycles. It appears one of the cells was shorted, but you can see the gain in the other cells which allowed this battery to be used for a deep cycle application. RC, LLC.]