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Car Battery Charger

By Edited Dec 28, 2015 0 0

Battery Chargers for Cars

A while back, the battery charger cables would be connected to the terminals of your battery, you pressed a button, and you waited for a bit. You would peek at the dial from time to time to assure yourself that you weren't overcharging the battery, and you shut it off at the exact time it was done.

Fortunately, the charging operations have become significantly faster than they once were. Almost every car has a 12 volt battery, and so do marine batteries and power sporting equipment. You must use a battery charger that is correct for your battery to extend its life and save money in the long run. If you fail to use the kind of charger that is suggested by your battery manufacturer, the warranty you have on your lead acid battery, AGM, or gel cell may be null and void. Using an improper charger can wreck your battery.

To find out which battery charger is the best one for the sort of battery you have, there are some things you must know. First of all, find out what kind of battery is in your car, and observe how much storage capacity it has. Because your car battery is typically just utilized when starting your automobile, for lighting, and for your music system when your car isn't operating, and the battery recharges when the car is running, you may not think that storage capacity is that important.

The regular automobile battery can hold about 50 amp hours, while a marine battery may store 100 amp hours. Both kinds of batteries furnish 12 volts of electricity; however, if completely dead, they will recharge for different amounts of time with a charger that carries 10 amps, say six to eleven hours, respectively. Be sure that the automobile battery charger you are purchasing has ample charging power to satisfy your requirements. If a charger has more power, the time that it will take to get your battery operational will be less.

Hopefully you can take this information with you on your venture into getting a new car battery charger for yourself or someone you know. In any case we at least hope you have had a pleasant and informative read of our work to bring you up to speed on the matter of car batteries and their associated chargers. Until next time, enjoy and good luck in all you do.



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