How to charge a lead-acid battery?Lead-acid battery maintenance method!
How long does lead acid battery charge?
General lead-acid battery charger, are using a three-stage charging mode, electric power, in a 100% in 8 ~ 10 hours of charging time would look like, not more than 12 hours, so that can have impact on battery life, every time it is best not to use the electricity used up, suggest that electricity consumption will be for electric vehicles recharged at around 70%, charging time is generally at about 6 ~ 8 hours.
Lead-acid battery maintenance methods
1.Use a special charger, do not remove the speed limit of the controller
If the distance required for cycling is long, multiple chargers can be used. Use the original charger or wolvespower charger for repair.Removing the speed limit from the controller, while increasing the speed of some cars, can reduce the safety of the car as well as the battery life.
2.Prevent the charger from breaking
Current chargers are basically not designed with high vibration resistance. Many chargers accidentally fall down, and the internal potentiometer will move, resulting in abnormal charging state.It is also necessary to pay attention to the charging time to keep the charger ventilated, otherwise it will affect the life of the charger, may also affect the charging state.This can damage the battery, so it's important to protect the charger.
3.Recharge your batteries every day
Charging every day, the battery will be in a cycle state, the battery life will be extended.Lead-acid battery memory benefits are not so strong, often discharge will affect the battery life is very large.Many chargers charge 97 percent to 100 percent of their batteries after the indicator light indicates they are fully charged.Although charging only 1% ~ 3% of the electricity, the impact on the ability to continue to run can be almost ignored, but will also form under-charging accumulation, so the battery is full of electric transformer lamp or continue to float charging as far as possible, is also good for the inhibition of battery vulcanization.
If not charged in time, these vulcanized crystals will accumulate and gradually form coarse crystals. Generally, chargers are unable to do anything about these coarse crystals, which will gradually reduce the battery capacity and shorten the battery service life.