Published at Tuesday, October 02nd 2018. by Jayne Vega in Car Chargers.
Trickle charging. This is where the charging device provides the connected battery a low steady charge. Drawback of this method is that these will only give out a constant low charge which is often not enough to keep a battery above the critical voltage of 12.4 volts. In essence they may maintain a good battery but not recharge it if the voltage level becomes too low.
Battery conditioners. At Windrush Car Storage we connect all vehicles to a battery conditioner. These are fully automatic battery chargers, which monitor, charge and maintain the battery without the risk of overcharging. These can be left switched on and connected for long periods of time (years) without the risk of gassing or overheating. Simply the best of both of the above.
Car chargers are simple devices that are designed to fit into your car efficiently. They are small in size, but are of immense help. In this hectic work schedule, you never know when your mobile phone may just loose the strength and need a charge up. For all such times, the car charger comes as a very useful device that can also make a great difference to your life.
Batteries are the single most important component within a car. Long after you have turned the engine off, batteries are continually supplying many electrical components with the power they need, such as; engine management systems, sat nav, alarm, clock, radio memory, and more. Due to this demand, batteries can become drained in a matter of weeks if not maintained in the correct manner by either driving the vehicle long enough to replace lost charge or by the use of a battery charger.
For those of you who are environment friendly, we have a steady supply of EWUCs (Emergency Wind Up Chargers). These chargers function. All a user has to do is plug it in and wind it up to begin charging your cellphone. Ideal for those times where you are outside and does not have access to a power source!
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