How long does a stock 12 volt car battery last?
Now adays about 36 - 48 months is all you get from one.
To answer this question the amp hour capacity of the battery would have to be stated.
if you mean shelf life they last for years if stored properly
This depends on the amperage of the battery. Wattage (400) = Voltage (24) x Amperage (???). Once you can determine the amperage per hour you can determine how long the battery will last.
You do not charge a 7.2 volt battery with a 9.6 volt charger period unless you want to ruin the battery. You charge it with a 7.2 volt charger.
Stock battery is a 6-volt unit. check VW specialty shops for replacement.
Depends on what you're using it in. In a lantern, probably more than a day of constant use.
No set answer to that. Depends on the power rating of the motor and how hard you're running it.
The battery itself should last almost indefinitely, although the charge on it won't. That depends what you use it for. If you load it lightly or not at all, such as leaving it on the shelf, it will last quite a long time. Whereas if you load it heavily, such as to energize a parallel bank of high-intensity incandescent lights, the life of the charge on the battery will be comparatively much shorter.
Depends on the capacity, the ampere-hours. As watts/volts = current, 100W will mean a current of 8.3A So basically if you had a 83Ah(amp-hours) battery, it would last for one hour. A 41Ah battery would last half an hour. A 166Ah battery would last two hours.
Absolutely not! It is a 14 volt drill. Use a 16 or 18 volt battery will destroy the drill in short order. It will run but not for long.
It takes about 6 hours to charge a 7.4 volt battery when using a 5 volt charge. For the best results try charging it over night.
It depends upon the amp hours of the 6 volt battery. The higher the ampacity of the battery the longer it would take. I hope that this is a hypothetical question because why would one want to fry a battery.
As long as the ATV is wired 12 volt, not 6.
No. In a 2.4 Volt battery there is more "Juice" for the battery to last longer and perform better. Also a 2.4 battery is capable of powering things that are a bit more advanced and sophisticated.
It is not possible to give an answer to this question without much more information. The information given (e.g. 1.5 volt weather radio) is unrelated to battery life.
As long as the battery in the lawnmower is a 12 Volt battery you will be fine.
With a charger specifically designed to charge this battery.
It depends on the state of charge, the length of time it is run, and the load placed up on it. Obviously, a 12 volt car battery would be expected to last a lot longer than a AAA dry cell.
Depends. Whats the amperage rating on the bulb and the battery? Is the 12 volt bulb LED? The equation to find your answer depends on how much your 12 volt bulb is drawing and how much your battery has. I have seen 12 volt bulbs that are searchlights and I have seen 12v bulbs that are little LED ones. Huge difference in the amperage draw which will have a massive difference in your answer to… Read More
for a rechargable 9 volt, about 4 hours for full battery.
Yes, as long as it will fit in the space provided.
no, if you charge 9 volt battery with 12 volt battery you will destroy 9 volt battery
if it is any think over 1 volt it is not a cell battery it is just a 6 volt battery if you had a 1 volt then it would be a cell battery
It takes between 8 and 12 hours to charge a 12 volt battery at 2 amps. The actual time will depending on how much charge is in the battery initially.
Just about any place the sells batteries can order one from their supplier if they do not stock it.
Nothing as long as it was a 12 volt battery.
No, if they are wired in series you have 36 volts assuming each battery is a 12 volt battery. They will have to be wired in parallel to output 12 volts. In that case you can charge them with a 12 volt charger but it will take 3 times as long as charging just one 12 volt battery.
A charger designed for a 12 volt battery should not be used to charge an 8.4V battery. It is likely to damage the battery and in the worst case can cause a fire. There are some chargers that can be used with a variety of battery voltages and chemistries but unless you are certain that the charger is safe and effective on a different battery voltage, assume that it cannot be used.
as long as the battery fits it will work just fine
Depends how flat it is and the capacity of the charger and also capacity of the battery. A 6 volt battery fully charged should read about 6.5 to 7 volts when fully charged.
Zero time after the supply is diconnected.
To answer this question the amp/hours of the battery must be stated.
No, it will overcharge the 6 volt battery.
Depends on what it is being used in.
multiply the A.H. (amp hours) of your battery times 12 volts. = watts. Ex. 100 AH battery times 12 volts equals 1200 watts. Now divide 1200 watts by 35 which gives you 34.38 hours, the length of time it will last.
Around 4 hours on a dead battery.
As long as it is a 12 volt battery you can if you set the charger on low.
About 2 hours if the battery is 100% discharged.
A 3 volt motor will burn with a 9 volt battery. Not recommended.
Not if you want it to last. Already at 18 V you're running at 50% over voltage, which is likely to kill it pretty soon.
No, you cannot charge an 8 volt battery with a 6 volt charger. The voltage of the charger must match the voltage of the battery.
With a 24 volt battery charger.
The battery is a 12 volt.
No chargers usually produce about 1.5 volts above the battery to be charged. By connecting a 12 volt charger to an eight volt battery it will boil the electrolyte in the battery.
You cannot make a 6 volt battery into a 12 volt batter, but you can make a 12 volt battery out of two 6 volt batteries. Connect two 6 volts batteries together in series and you have 12 volts. Please define "in series".
Yes, an 18 volt charger can damage a 14 volt battery. This is because the wattage for the battery needs to be equal to the wattage of the charger.
can 6 ,12 volt battery be wire to make in to one 24 volt battery for solar use in home
Impossible to do with a single 6 volt battery.
First check the voltage required by the 'barbie car'. If this is the same as the lawn tractor battery, it should work. Something else to consider is how long the battery charge will last in this application. A deep cycle battery might be a better choice.