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  • greenproductsolutionpr 11:41 am on May 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Lead-acid battery Desulfator: what to use when your subject farm to Die 

    When we say that a battery gone dead, that we really say is that he has lost the ability to hold a charge, and this is usually caused by the formation of crystals of sulphur on lead plates. These crystals accumulate as a battery passes through several cycles of loading and unloading. Over time, there will be no a more enough material can be used for the battery produce electricity; Therefore, he “goes dead.”


    Sulfation is a process that normally takes place in all the batteries lead-acid. The good thing is that it can be easily avoided by ensuring that a battery is recharged fully immediately after it goes through a discharge. And here’s another piece of good news: even if you fail to prevent it, the process of sulfation can still be reversed with a battery lead desulfator.


    The desulphurization process, which is also known as the pulse of packaging, is able to partially restore a batterycapacity to hold a charge. It works by subjecting the battery to high-voltage electrical pulse issued between the terminals of the batteryof. These impulses effectively disperse crystals, thus restoring the supply of materials usable for the production of electricity.


    Of course, you can contact a mechanic and he perform desulphurization of battery for you, or you can buy a battery lead desulfator of automotive store. But, if you want to save money, you can actually make your own desulfator of battery materials that can easily be found in the home. You need a can of standard size, some dual adhesive tape, perforated Board, a piece of copper foil adhesive, two standard switches, some capacitors, glue, a LED and a FET.


    Build the box desulfator by a cut on a piece of the Commission, perforated, just small enough to fit snugly in the bottom of the can. A piece of copper foil attached to the edge of the perforated Board can serve as a fieldbus. You can then organize the switches, pots, resistors, LEDs and FET to the Board of directors such that you need only the shorter jumper wire connections. Isolate the desulfator by inserting a piece of cardboard around the perf-Board. Glue in place.


    Now it is time to necessary holes. Drill a hole for the son on the left side of the box and then the line with a rubber washer. Drill three holes for ventilation on the right side and then a hole on the lid of the can. The lid hole will allow you to observe the LED, while the desulfator is used.


    The final step to make your own desulfator of battery lead is welding wire of lead in place. Insert wires through the hole left then solder on capacitors. Lead wires will then be clamped on the battery that you go to desulfate.


    With this simple desulfator, homemade battery , you can extend the life of your batteryto easily and restore the usability of the old batteries. You can even use it to earn extra income by putting in place a small battery desulphurization and repackaging of affairs.


    Reconditioning batteries can save you thousands of dollars. I have actually put batteries as a side business (and it is very profitable). If you want to learn how to recondition batteries, see: lead-acid battery Desulfator.

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  • greenproductsolutionpr 8:20 pm on March 7, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    New batteries? “Fresh” How are they? How old is the Stock of the battery? They will work? 

    Your Battery Look Like this? Off Course not but soon will be.


    My Question is ?


    You buy a new battery? If so, you might be inclined to ask about the age of the inventory of your provider of choice battery battery! In this regard is the age of the battery really matter?


    It is a good question to ask. A battery is a consumable product. Think about your favourite restaurant? Would you eat it if you knew that your salad of choice had ingredients which were 6 months old? Probably not! But with the batteries is such a thing as an old battery? The answer is Yes!


    You see batteries as a consumable have a life which means that a battery will last only a certain period of time until it was unusable. Now I am not on the decline of battery capacity. The decline in capacity is a natural process for the use of battery capacity decline after starting battery will degrade at the non-applicability. Technically speaking of capacity, it is when the amount of charge a battery can hold gradually decreases due to the use, aging and with some chemistry, lack of maintenance. PDA batteries, for example, are specified to provide approximately 100% capacity at the new, but after use and aging and lack of capacity of a battery conditioning pda will drop. This is normal. If you use a pda battery (or any battery lithium-ion or lithium-polymer) when the capacity of your battery reaches 60% to 70%, pda battery must be replaced. The standard practices of the industry will be guaranteed a greater than 80% battery. Less than 80% means that you have used the practical life of a battery. Thus, the threshold by which a battery can be returned under warranty is generally 80%.


    But when I talk about the lifetime of a battery that I take the floor entirely with a battery that is new. Let me be very clear and that a new battery is and is not set! This is not a new battery: battery which has been accused, connected to a device, was open or chemically activated in any way. Now be very careful with any event you can have when a battery could still be considered same new connected to a device, was open or chemically activated in no way after he was charged. Why?


    Inside of the battery itself, is a chemical reaction that produces electrons. The chemical reaction is designed for a single purpose: create a flow of electrons (i.e. electricity) by which the device is powered. The flow of electrons is measured (or moves at a speed) in amperes, where 1 ampere is the flux of electrons per second 62,000,000,000,000,000,000! Therefore once the chemical is enabled and the flow of electrons occurs, even for a second, the loss of power and battery degradation begins and there is no case. Once the battery degradation begins a battery is seen as its natural life and used to deplete in a matter of time.


    Now a new battery (a battery that has never accused, connected to a device, was opened or activated chemically in no way can have a lifetime of 36 months (under certain conditions).) My personal preference is to never buy a new battery who was sitting on the shelf more of 18 months. But once again, is simply a personal preference. Batteries which are left in extreme temperature will not long last and may degrade in a few weeks or less if the weather is really extreme. New batteries that are aged less than twelve months are your best choice because they represent your battery type “freshness”.


    Dan Hagopian
    You have permission to publish this article via electronic or print, free of charge, as long as the bylines are included in the link. Dan http://www.batteryship.com Hagopian is an electronic known author who specializes in portable power gadgets. His work found on the BatteryShip blog at http://www.batteryeducation.com , he wrote frequently on pda batteries, batteries ipod battery technology General for our mobile world, new fuel cell technology and power interesting related inventions. For more information please visit http://www.batteryship.com where you will also find battery replacement kits, smartphone batteries, twoway radio battery, battery bar code scanner, camera batteries and batteries camcorder.

     
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