I am not an Amel owner, so I don't know about the actual charger used
in one, but I do know that for a proper operation it is necessary to
measure temperature at the batteries. This temperature is one of the
variables which are used to determine the correct charge
current/voltage. It will reduce charge current when the temperature
rises above a certain level.
Just an idea.
--- In email@example.com, "mgrunstein2002"
compartment heated up and upon opening it I was confronted withsteam,
sizzling with water accumulating on the floor of the compartment,the
batteries too hot to the touch and strong smell. I left it open andwith
the compartment closed. When open and charging it was normal again.now
I sail with open compartment and so far so good.found.
My batteries are the ASM or GSM from West Marine at $200+ each.