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Car Battery Chargers

A dead battery is a common problem. Car battery trickle chargers slowly recharge your vehicles battery and are invaluable to have. Causes of flat vehicle batteries are

  • Extremes in temperatures (cold winter months)
  • Old age
  • Leaving vehicle electrics on without the engine running

Portable car battery chargers can analyse and recondition car batteries, lengthening their lifespan and reliability. If your battery is dying, or you are having issues getting your car started, you should consider carrying a portable charger in your trunk, just to be safe. When charging batteries, we recommend to wear safety goggles. While the change is slim, there is always a risk that a battery may explode when you try to charge it.

Trickle Chargers

A battery trickle charger is a car battery designed to be left on a car for a long period of time to re-charge the battery. It slowly adds the charge of the battery and does not allow for normal depletion of charge that batteries commonly have. It is highly recommended to use a trickle charger when you have a vehicle that doen't get used for long periods. A trickle charger allows you to keep it topped up and ready for action. Trickle chargers also provide a more sustainable charge than a quick jump start.

Battery Trickle Charger

It is very easy to use a battery trickle charger. Most trickle chargers consist of a simple box, two alligator clips and a power cable. Keep in mind that it is important to set the voltage and amperage appropriate for your car battery. The alligator clips are black and red.

  • Red Clip
    • This is a positive cable and should be attached to the positive terminal of the battery to be charged
  • Black Clip
    • Once you have ensured you have a solid connection, connect the negative black wire
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