Acumuladores de plomo sellados. Versi??n mejorada d1724. Pinzas de cocodrilo.

Product Name:Sealed Lead Acid Battery Charger
Model Number:UPG D1724
Output Type:DC
Clips:alligator clips
Mah:500 mah
Size 6V/12V:Switchable Single-Stage
Battery Size:Proprietary Battery Size
For use with sealed lead acid batteries
N.W.::0.26kg
CPNO.:CDQ.00042

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(Last Updated On: September 25, 2020)

Features:

100% Brand New and High Quality.?
UPG D1724 Sealed Lead Acid Battery Charger.
6V/12V Switchable Single-Stage charger with Alligator Clips.?
Balanced current and voltage charging,with various charging protection,charging effect is ideal.?
The maximum current is 500MA.?
For use with sealed lead acid batteries.?
Save when you buy the 2-Pack!

Product Name:Sealed Lead Acid Battery Charger
Model Number:UPG D1724
Output Type:DC
Clips:alligator clips
Mah:500 mah
Size 6V/12V:Switchable Single-Stage
Battery Size:Proprietary Battery Size
For use with sealed lead acid batteries
N.W.::0.26kg
CPNO.:CDQ.00042

 

How to Change Electrolytes in a Lead-Acid Battery

Step 1??Plug the battery charger into a wall electrical outlet and turn on the charger; this will break up any lead sulfate crystals that have formed on the battery plates. Allow the battery to charge for at least two hours. Check the battery every 30 minutes while charging; if the battery becomes swollen or hot to the touch, immediately unplug the battery charger from the wall outlet and disconnect the charger leads from the battery.??

Step 2??Allow the battery to cool down for at least one hour after charging. Put on the safety goggles and gloves.?

Step 3??Loosen and remove the battery vent caps using the vent wrench. Inspect the electrolyte level of each battery cell. Tip the battery forward to empty the electrolyte solution from the battery cells. Since the battery electrolyte contains sulfuric acid, make sure to capture all of the used electrolyte solution in an acid-resistant container.?

Step 4??Pour the replacement electrolyte solution into each battery vent until each battery cell contains enough solution to reach the bottom of the “fill” mark.?

Step 5??Replace and tighten the battery vent caps. Neutralize any spilled electrolyte solution by sprinkling baking soda on the spill and then pouring water over the sprinkled baking soda. Wipe up the neutralized liquid as necessary. Turn on the multimeter and set the scale to “Volts DC.” Place the red (positive) multimeter lead on the positive battery terminal. Place the black (negative) multimeter lead on the negative battery terminal. Check the multimeter display. The voltage should be at or above 12.6 volts for a 12-volt battery (or 6.3 volts for a six-volt battery).?

Tip??If the battery voltage is below 12.6 volts for a 12-volt battery (or below 6.3 volts for a six-volt battery), connect the battery charger as directed in Step 1 and charge the battery for at least one hour.

Warnings??Lead-acid batteries do not normally require the electrolyte to be changed. It is simpler, safer and more cost-effective to simply purchase a new battery if the electrolyte becomes contaminated, overly weak or otherwise unusable.The electrolyte solution contains sulfuric acid and may require a special disposal procedure. Check with your local governmental authority on how to safely and legally dispose of the electrolyte solution in your area.??

Items you will need??Safety goggles,Rubber gloves,Lead-acid battery,Battery vent wrench,Battery electrolyte solution (see “Resources”),Acid-resistant disposal container,Baking soda,Water,Battery charger,Digital multimeter.

 

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