Published at Thursday, September 20th 2018. by Esmeralda Wagner in Car Chargers.
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.
Besides the use of electrical power from batteries to start our car's engine, electricity is also required to power our mobile phones, laptops, etc. I believe many of us have been also caught in a situation where we need to utilize the mobile phone or laptop, but the battery ran flat. A frustrating situation, especially when you are outdoors, you cannot plug your equipment into any electrical power source to recharge it.
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.
Solar battery trickle chargers can be utilized in other instances besides your automobile. This is a great option for fisher-folk and fishing boats as it is weather proof. There is nothing more terrifying than getting caught in the middle of a body of water with a dead trolling motor and no means to recharge it.
Most cars, today, are equipped with automatic transmissions. This compounds the situation of a drained battery as compared to a car fitted with a manual transmission. In the case of the latter, it is still possible to ’push start’ the car with the assistance of your passengers or passing traffic, if any. In the case of the former, ’push starting’ the car is not possible. The only alternative is to obtain an external electrical power source.
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