Current flows through the battery until the Sealed AGM Battery

  •   The sealed AGM Battery does not require a special charger.

      However, like any other battery, it will benefit from the features of a premium "smart" charger.

      Conventional constant voltage chargers, such as those you buy at a local auto parts store, have a power supply voltage of about 12.7v (some are 12.6v, some are 12.8v). That's it. Current flows through the battery until the Sealed AGM Battery reaches any voltage output by the charger, and then the voltages at both ends of the wires are equal and no power flows.

      The problem is that at 12.7v, the battery is not completely and completely "full". It's more like 90% full. Close enough to government work, but not "all lead-acid batteries have this problem called "sulfation". Over time, sulfur crystals will adhere to the lead plate and harden. This reduces lead exposure to the electrolyte This reduces the total area of ​​the battery, thereby reducing the total capacity of the battery. Take a 100ah battery, there are some sulfur crystals everywhere, now it is a 99ah battery. Wash and repeat enough times, and finally, a 100ah battery may only be a 50ah battery. It can still work normally, but only 1/2 of the new time.

      Of course, if you have enough accumulation to deform the plates to where they actually touch... well, that's it. The internal short circuit of the battery is completely useless.

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