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Solar Battery Charging
DIY Lead Acid Battery Charger
There’s a new, little known way at www.ezBatteries.info to bring nearly ANY dead battery back life again… I’ve already tried it with car, golf cart, laptop, and phone batteries that were completely dead ...and now ...they're just like new again! With this method, you won't have to buy new pricey batteries anymore. You can just recondition your old batteries and save a lot of money. And this new battery reconditioning method is so simple and quick…And this works for car, phone, and laptop batteries!
Is there a way to connect the charger in parallel to the battery and load? to charge and use 'simultaneously'?
Hi, I-m still learning about this stuff but I was wondering if I can use a 5v or 6V solar panel to charge 4AA batteries and have the batteries connected to an arduino with servo? Would the batteries charge and allow the arduino to work afterwards without sunlight or would this be useless? Would this set up be actually possible and something that can work?
yes, but you need to manage more than 9V from the solar panels.
Can we use a 9 volt rechargeable instead of 1.2Volt.
Absolutely great method to reconditioning batteries http://bit.do/reconditioningbatteriesThank you Gregory! :)
Hi, ygrwat tutorial but the link to ebay is dead
Great work! But i just want to confirm that am i supposed to connect positive out to positve terminal of battery and negative out to negative terminal of battery
Genius man! Definitely giving this a shot...looks great! Thanks a lot, just what I've been searching for.
There’s a new way called EZbattery (www.EZbattery.info) to bring nearly any type of old battery back to life so it’s just like new again. This method works with nearly every type of battery out there ...and it’s simple and quick. In case you’re wondering, you’ll be able to bring car, phone, and laptop batteries back to life with this. It even works with solar/off-grid, marine, golf cart, and forklift batteries. Plus, many more!
Very impressive! I'm scratching my head trying to build a 2.37 volt battery charger with 15 amp out put, I work on chargers go a living but having trouble building one. Trying to charge 2vdc battery cells Any ideas that might help?
yes but, you need to check the sources current (Ma) make sure its under the battery's Mah then do this equation (battery Mah/sources Ma) to get the hours needed to charge.
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