Published at Tuesday, October 02nd 2018. by Frieda Small in Car Chargers.
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.
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.
Even more important is its car version. It is not difficult to ascertain why. People, after all are so busy these days that they mostly forget to charge their mobiles and are reminded about the goof-up when they are in their car trying to call someone. It is here that car mobile chargers come into play as they ensure that mobiles are charged in cars as well.
By having one of these units you will not have to bother with that, as it will continuously keep charging your battery for your entire fishing trip. You can also use solar trickle chargers during the winter months, so that your batteries are always charged up and ready to go. Over the winter months, many people remove the batteries from their motorboats, ATVs and other vehicles they may not be using.
It charges your devices at full speed with 50 watts and 10A total output. It has the ability of charging at both 110 and 220V input voltage; therefore, it's ideal for international travel. In addition to allowing you to charge 6 devices at the same time, it has an overcharge protection that protects your devices from overcharging.
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