Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018. by Nancy Fuller in Car Chargers.
Luckily, the charging operations have become much easier than they once were. Nearly 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 destroy your battery.
The plastic used in making it is fire-resistant which means that it can‘t be damaged by fire. To ensure device safety, it comes with an in-built premium circuitry and microchip.
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.
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.
With a solar trickle charger you won‘t have to worry about the batteries going dead, as you can simply put the unit in a window and use the alligator clips to keep your battery charged all winter long, without wasting mains electricity.
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