In AGM batteries, the positive and negative plates are separated by an absorbent glass mat that absorbs and holds the battery’s acid and prevents it from flowing freely inside the battery. The plates are tightly compressed into each cell and held under pressure in the plastic case. The internal compression limits the shedding of plate material caused by cycling and allows for significantly longer life.LVision wrote: ↑Thu Apr 02, 2020 8:29 am Been using the MSX5 for a while now and can highly recommend it. Quick question though, I’ve never put mine into AGM mode, in the instruction booklet it says that Normal Car Mode charges AGM batteries as well ??? Never had any problems in all the time I've used it in standard mode, would welcome others comments.
It is the case that the battery in your car is AGM and there is an AGM selection option on the charger. Logically, there must be a reason why the AGM option is there? What benefits or loss you get for selecting or not selecting this option I don't know?