Published at Tuesday, October 02nd 2018. by Jordan Cross in Car Chargers.
This is one of the reasons why normal rechargeable triple-A batteries got a bad name. They had to be continuously recharged, and even then you weren‘t guaranteed they would work very long because they discharged so quickly. On top of that, if you charged the batteries without them being completely dead, you drained its ability to recharge.
If you use your Mobile Phone often and utilizes its advanced innovations, most users will observe that they need to recharge it everyday, while more prudent users will observe their mobile phone holding a charge for many days. Having different mobile phone chargers for various situations will be very convenient since you may be able to charge your phones in unusual situations. Regular phones are simply provided with one mains charger and generally this is not adequate.
When planning to not use your vehicle for extended periods, checking and boosting every 30 - 60 days is simply not enough to guarantee your battery will not self-discharge to a critical level. This 'under charging‘ results in ‘sulphation‘ if the battery voltage is allowed to drop and remain below 12.4 volts. This sulphation is the hardening of the lead plates within the battery and it reduces the battery‘s ability to accept or hold a charge. This is where we would then recommend the use of a charger to maintain the charge in a battery.
Of course, it is hard to please everyone. Moreover, you may fail to search for trustworthy information because there may be some people who are distracting you and you may suffer if you listen to their opinions solely. Therefore, you should always try to search for more advices before you come to a conclusion on the choice.
Keep electrolyte level between MIN and MAX level markings on battery casing. Alternatively, where markings are not clearly visible, ensure that the electrolyte level just cover the grids. Electrolyte used is distilled water.
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