car battery charger

car battery charger

Car Battery Charger

Never open battery caps with your face directly over the battery. Use baking soda or an approved cleaning agent to neutralize any spilled acid. Never smoke in battery charging areas.Keep tools and other metallic objects away from uncovered batteries.Do not strike the sides of the battery with any tool that could produce a spark.Have a dry-chemical fire extinguisher in charging areas or readily available.Neutralize static buildup before touching a battery by contacting the nearest grounded surface. Always handle batteries in a well ventilated area. Never touch both battery terminals with your bare hands at the same time. Remove rings, watches and dangling jewelry when working with or near batteries. Only use insulated/non-conducting tools to remove cell caps. Never lay tools or other metal parts on top of a battery. Exposed terminals, even on disconnected batteries, are an electrical shock hazard. Ensure charger is turned off before connecting or disconnecting a battery to prevent arcing.Charging your battery Two things are needed to charge a battery. A voltage source strong enough to move current through a battery, and time. The more current we can push into a battery, the faster we can charge it. Charging at too hight a rate however can overheat and damage the battery. To reduce the chances of this happening, charge at a slow rate. The rate/time a battery recharges also depends on a couple of factors, how discharged is the battery and if the battery is cold. Check the battery temperature during charging. If the battery is hot to the touch, stop charging immediately until the battery cools. Do-It-Yourself Battery TasksReplacing Your Battery Charging Your BatteryJump-starting Your Battery
car battery charger 1

Car Battery Charger

Charging your battery Two things are needed to charge a battery. A voltage source strong enough to move current through a battery, and time. The more current we can push into a battery, the faster we can charge it. Charging at too hight a rate however can overheat and damage the battery. To reduce the chances of this happening, charge at a slow rate. The rate/time a battery recharges also depends on a couple of factors, how discharged is the battery and if the battery is cold. Check the battery temperature during charging. If the battery is hot to the touch, stop charging immediately until the battery cools.
car battery charger 2

Car Battery Charger

Never open battery caps with your face directly over the battery. Use baking soda or an approved cleaning agent to neutralize any spilled acid. Never smoke in battery charging areas.Keep tools and other metallic objects away from uncovered batteries.Do not strike the sides of the battery with any tool that could produce a spark.Have a dry-chemical fire extinguisher in charging areas or readily available.Neutralize static buildup before touching a battery by contacting the nearest grounded surface. Always handle batteries in a well ventilated area. Never touch both battery terminals with your bare hands at the same time. Remove rings, watches and dangling jewelry when working with or near batteries. Only use insulated/non-conducting tools to remove cell caps. Never lay tools or other metal parts on top of a battery. Exposed terminals, even on disconnected batteries, are an electrical shock hazard. Ensure charger is turned off before connecting or disconnecting a battery to prevent arcing.
car battery charger 3

Car Battery Charger

Never touch both battery terminals with your bare hands at the same time. Remove rings, watches and dangling jewelry when working with or near batteries. Only use insulated/non-conducting tools to remove cell caps. Never lay tools or other metal parts on top of a battery. Exposed terminals, even on disconnected batteries, are an electrical shock hazard. Ensure charger is turned off before connecting or disconnecting a battery to prevent arcing.

Car Battery Charger

Car Battery Charger
Car Battery Charger
Car Battery Charger

Published on May 30, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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