What is the name of the part that can be placed on the battery to keep it charged when the car is not used much?
Battery Charger/ Maintainer. The automatic variety will constantly check the battery and keep it "topped off".
Solar Chargers are very green and pay for themselves over time. Some can be plugged into the cigarette lighter.
search battery in the app store and get a battery app then when u click the app it will tell u how much % its charged =D
It depends on how much drain is placed on the battery !
After not starting your car for 3 days the battery is being drained If you unhook your battery for those 3 days will it save the battery?
If your battery is good and you know your car is draining it then yes, disconnecting your battery from your car will keep your battery charged for much longer than 3 days. Your battery should stay charged way longer than 3 days in normal conditions being hooked up to your car. You should get it checked out and figure out what is draining your battery so fast.
Yes, once you have jump started the car (from another car's battery), driving the car will recharge the dead battery (provided the battery is OK). This is a terrible idea and may damage the alternator. Drive the car immediately home and charge the battery with a battery charger. Alternators are designed to keep a charged battery fully charged. They are not designed to charge a dead battery. This puts way too much strain on the… Read More
No it can't die, it's a battery it's not alive!
depends what type of battery and how much shots you take
How long to charge a 550 cranking amp car battery be charged with a 1 amp motorcycle battery charger?
In 24 hours it will be charged enough to start the car. You really need a much larger charger for a car battery.
You should always charge your cell as often as possible. If you don't, the portion of the battery that isn't charged oxidizes, and this causes it to become weaker overtime. As long as you keep it fully charged, it will last much longer than it would have otherwise.
you drive it to much, or you are buying the wrong battery
With pretty much any lead-acid battery, 15-amps will give you a full charge. ** More than 15 amps will cause overheating. Less than 15 amps will recharge too slowly. 2 amps is referred to as a "trickle charge", and is placed on a full charge to keep the battery fully charged. This is especially useful in the winter when you are using a weak battery in which the capacity might drop off (cels are sulfated… Read More
Automobile battery is 12 volts. If it is fully charged you should actually read 12.6 volts.
The battery charging system of diverse electronic devices may get confused over time, in the sense that it doesn't keep track correctly of how much charge the battery has. In such cases, it sometimes helps to take the battery out and put it back in again.If that doesn't help, I would consult with a technician.
from 13 to 15 V approx
Several years, in the refrigerator if there's no load placed on it. If you're actually USING the battery, then its lifetime will depend on the size of the battery and how much current you're drawing from it.
I believe that if you hook it up to your computer, it should show a bar with how much battery you have.
How often depends on how much you use it. When the battery runs down it then needs to be recharged.
I ride to work and drive very little. Can I remove the battery from a 1987 Audi and keep the battery in the house to prevent battery drain and will it damage any of the car's system?
It probably is the best idea to remove the battery and keep it indoors on trickle charge if your not using the car for a while,it will keep the battery much happier.As to the car,it will not harm it sitting there with no battery,the clock wont work obviously! and if you have a radio with preset channels/memory,you will have to reset them when you install the battery,also if it has an anti theft code you… Read More
If the battery is fully charged it will give you roughly 24 hours music playback or 5 hours video playback Hope this helps :)
The iPhone has 8 hours of talk time once it's fully charged. That means you can talk on the phone for 8 hours before the battery runs out.
If you turn it on and look in the top right corner, there is a battery icon (you have to touch the edge of the screen for it to appear). Click it and it will tell how much percent it is charged.
A car battery freezes at different temperatures depending on its state of charge. When fully charged the electrolyte is mostly Sulfuric acid and it will not freeze easily, something as low as minus 60. When discharged the acid turns to mostly water and the freezing will start at much warmer temperatures, minus 10 can give a problem with a flat battery. As they get older the charge rate decreases but you should not have a… Read More
A lot! You will probably get expelled and depending on how hard you punch the teacher you might even be charged with a battery and go to jail.
Pretty much everything. It provides the spark for the spark plugs, the power for all electrical and electronic components, etc. The alternator doesn't take over for the battery once the car is started - it simply keeps the battery charged.
Battery Idiot Light If by battery light you mean the instrument panel charging system warning light, then that means that more electricity is flowing out of the battery than is being put into it. The charging system is not putting out as much electricity as the electrical system is using. In other words, the battery is being "drained" rather than being charged.
Depending on how much energy the device you are using the battery for can make the duration of the battery life. They, usually last a very long time depending on how much you use it but you should always keep a spare on on you just in case. -hope this helps
For a long time, The capacitor will be charged to the voltage of the DC battery, the positive side of the capacitor touching the positive terminal of the battery. Not much DC current will conduct, except for some tiny leakage current due to imperfection of the cap. The battery will be drained eventually.
If we are talking about cars only: the system that charges the 500 volt battery in a Hybrid is a Alternator. So in theory there is no limit. Most cars are "12 volt" (common usage, incorrect) systems.
The easiest way to do this is with an inexpensive voltmeter available from Radio Shack, Fry's, Amazon, etc. The no-load voltage is only a little different from fully charged to nearly discharged. Depending on the exact battery you are talking about, the fully charged voltage might be about 1.28 or 1.3 volts, with a nearly flat battery reading 1.20 volts. Check your batteries when full and when nearly discharged and you will see the range… Read More
Modern Harleys have an alternator that not only keeps the battery charged but also provides power for the lights, horn, etc. It works in conjunction with the voltage regulator which controls how much of the alternator's power goes to the battery and how much goes to accessories. Harley Big Twins built before 1970 used a generator instead of an alternator.
It is depend on the use of laptop that how much time you used laptop. But the duration of time 3 to 4 hr
The parasitic load on this vehicle will discharge a FULLY CHARGED battery in 21 days. What is the condition of your battery and the climate to which it is exposed? You can check to see if the load on this vehicle is excessive. Parasitic (Sp.?) should be 0.07 amps. If over this check as suggested by next answer. Something is drawing power. Possibilities are a under-hood light, courtesy light, glove box light, etc. Another possibility… Read More
You just purchased a new battery for your carIt never seemed to have a good charge from new and as just short trips are made never fully charged Now it just clicks when turned on but will not start?
Your old battery probably wasn't that bad. Check the alternator output. If it isn't working right you'll never get a fully charged battery. The battery only STORES electrical engergy. If the alternator isn't functioning properly the battery won't get charged. Most auto parts retailers will check your charging system for free. If you have a voltage meter you can do a simple test yourself. Charge the battery, either with a small homeowners battery charger or… Read More
Well i charge mine for 2 hours. For me the battery was in an airsoft gun magazine when i was younger. I remember that i over charged it and it broke so i wouldnt go over 2 hours. hope that helps.
It's either out of battery because you didn't charge it or its broken. If you for sure charged it recently and you had a lot of battery left, then its probably broken. It was most likely dropped too much or a liquid got into the engineering.
In much of the world, flat is the word of choice for a battery which is nearly used up. A more correct term would be 'exhausted'. Weak, used up, run-down are all acceptable terms. 'Dead' can be vague when referring to a battery. It can mean a battery that will not accept a charge, or will not retain a charge, or a battery that is completely exhausted but would still be functional if charged.
Not good. Likely will require a replacement. The liquid in a car type battery is an acid that is pretty much freeze-proof under normal temperature ranges seen in most climates, as long as the battery is FULLY CHARGED. However, if the battery is discharged or in a low charge state, the electrolyte can freeze. A hard freeze will damage a battery and drastically reduce its capability to hold a charge.
When a battery reaches the point where it will not hold a charge, either your alternator is bad, or (much more likely) the battery has reached the end of it's useful life. The only solution is a new battery. Any retailer who will replace your battery while you wait will also be able to check your alternator.
A dry-charged battery is a conventional non-sealed wet-cell battery (this is almost always a rechargeable type). Normally, this battery type is wet-charged, meaning that the battery is filled with electrolyte at the factory, charged, and then shipped with the electrolyte in the battery. However, since the battery is not sealed, the electrolyte (either a strong acid or alkali) can spill out, which can be both a health and environmental hazard. The battery will also self-discharge… Read More
Your 77 280z will run without the battery connected but quits the moment you turn on the headlights?
Without the battery hooked up, the current draw is too much for the alternator to keep fire on the plugs.
It means the battery is not being charged or is being overcarged. Could be the drive belt loose, the battery getting old/having distorted plates. Could be the alternator not producing enough voltage/charging current, or, rarely, too much. Local tyre & battery centre can do a discharge test on the battery. A meter across the battery will show if battery charging properly. Make sure all the cable connections between the body, battery and engine are clean… Read More
I paid $40.00 for mine :( I've had four different batteries because they keep messing up.
you probably used it too much, and the way to fix it is to remove the battery and put it back in.
1.5v if alkaline if rechargeable fully charged 1.25v 1.5 Volts AA, AAA, C, and D all give off 1.5 volts
The Ion battery could have died completely meaning that it can no longer charge. Much like a rechargable battery; you can keep recharging it, b ut it will eventually use up all of it's energy. If y You may have charged it enough to kill the battery. Like any rechargable battery, it will eventually not be able to recharge anymore after a certain number of uses. If this is the case, the DS won't turn… Read More
A capacitor that is suddenly connected to a battery will charge to the battery voltage. The time to do this is dependent on the current capacity of the battery and wiring, and the capacitance of the capacitor. This represents an instantaneous short circuit, which lasts for a (usually) very short time - but damage could be done if there was no resistance. A charged capacitor that is suddenly disconnected from a battery will hold that… Read More
There is no resistance between cathode and anode when measured with a multimeter. You can also lick the terminals. If charged, it'll taste much like the terminals of a 9v battery, which, interestingly, tastes much like going down on a girl.
A battery swap would run between $60-80 USD. Keep in mind though that you will need to switch it back on a return trip, or have to essentially buy a battery pack. Battery packs run for $30,000, pre-paid versions around $12,000.
Because there is insufficient energy to the starter and/or ignition system. Possible reasons: * That typically occurs when the battery is not fully charged or incapable of holding a full charge. * A faulty battery can cause the problem; if one or more of the battery cells are incapable of holding a charge, you could experience what you describe. * A weak or faulty alternator could result in a partially charged battery. * Poor battery… Read More
You must get a couple of so-called jumper cables. The cables have strong clamps on them and are designed to be clamped to the battery terminals. Attach the black cable to the negative terminals of the motorcycle and car battery first. Then attach the red or positive cable to the positive terminals of the motorcycle and the car battery. In case your motorcycle battery is empty, you can now start the bike from the car… Read More
6 Battery hen eggs should cost about 2 pounds 50 pence - but there are better types of eggs available for your enjoyment - electric ones cost a bit (about 10 pounds) more but you don't have to keep charging the battery.