Published at Sunday, September 30th 2018. by Kelly Alvarado in Car Chargers.
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.
Very low cost charger- manufactures that can offer low price or cheapest charger in the market offer their product or a reason. Maybe because their product is also made from cheaper materials and the quality is not good. If you bare the manufacturer and you time and money in finding the best materials for your charger, will you sell your charger for a very low price. As a consumer you need to aim for the best one and do not sacrifice the quality juts to save money. In the long run you will find out that you do just save any amount of money, because the charger is not functioning anymore.
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.
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.
There are various reasons that go a long way in making Samsung such a popular name in the field of mobile car chargers. First of all, it is very effective and can be used with minimum fuss. Secondly, Samsung is a cheap car charger, which ensures that people can buy a quality product without spending lot of money on it.
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