Original chargers for car batteries
Device for desulfatace
Simplest charger 12-volt battery can be drawn from the electronic power supply (electronic transformers) for fluorescent lighting. Chargers are now many. Gone are the days when one had anything to invent from the available parts. But it happens that the charger handy It was not, and the battery should be recharged once. In this case, you can use the electronic tra sformatorom fluorescent light. Electronic transformers are good because they have cost a penny, but able to give a current up to 10 Amps.
Pulse desulfation device
The original ispulsnoe desulfation device allows you to restore lost capacity car battery in the future, with occasional use, increasing the battery life of 3-4 years. There are many different desulfation device powered devices on the principle of charge-discharge or charge AC. All of these devices are able to restore and kumulyatory have lost no more than 15% capacity. It is a different quality can be obtained using the impulse desulfatation (up to increase capacity above the factory), but such devices are generally intended for use in large enterprises and have an appropriate value. The proposed desulfation device can be used in the home does not conceding on the quality of industrial analogues.
DIY Original super charger
The DIY original super charger charging the battery by itself. device principle of operation is to remove the sulfates, resulting in increasing the voltage and battery capacity. Lead car batteries covered with sulphate a greater or lesser extent, always. of sulfate deposits on the plates degrade the energy-related Battery tics. desulfated battery can wall charger, but it is possible to do on the car during the operation. The device is connected to the battery directly on the car and keeps the battery in perfect condition. It is particularly important to use the device during the winter time. Not only can you collect, the device with your hands to yourself, but also to earn on selling, implementing device through our site.