Published at Wednesday, 19 September 2018. Car Chargers. By Rosemary Rocha.
To maintain your car battery in optimal condition, it is necessary to ensure that the electrolyte level of the battery is kept at an appropriate level; i.e. between the MIN and HIGH level markings on the battery casing. In the case of ’maintenance-free’ batteries, regular checking and topping up of electrolyte is not necessary. Besides checking the electrolyte level, the battery also requires to be recharged on a regular basis. This is especially true if the car is minimally utilised, the battery does not get to be recharged through the car’s built-in charging system. Hence, an external source, such as a portable battery charger is required.
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.
If you need to be able to recharge your mobile phone while you are in the car, you need a car charger or as they are sometimes identified, an in-car charger. This unit will plug into your in car cigarette lighter and charge your phone in a similar way as a mains mobile phone charger. You can either purchase genuine manufacturers merchandises or third party wares, such as the Pama range, at more competitory prices.
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