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Author Archives: BatterySharks


Electric Bicycle Batteries

Electric Bicycle Batteries One of the most important components of electric bikes is their batteries. The exact battery is strictly specific for each bicycle  due to their chemistry, capacity, shape, and size. Electric Bicycle Battery Types: Lead Acid: These are mainly used in the older generation e-bikes. They have a relatively short life cycle (up […]

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How To Charge Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries

How To Charge Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries     Li-ion batteries are the most popular batteries when it comes to home appliances. That is due to the fact, that they have higher nominal voltage and can be designed in small sizes. Therefore, they have higher energy density and higher capacities. In addition, lithium-ion batteries can be […]

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Myths and Facts About Batteries

Myths and Facts About Batteries   Maintenance free batteries never require maintenance. It is important to remember that during the warmer months of the year, the water in the electrolyte is lost and can also be lost due to excessive charging voltage or charging currents. For cars running permanently in hotter climates, non-sealed batteries are […]

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RV House Batteries

RV House Batteries The RVs house batteries are different from the engine batteries. The house battery is created to offer energy over a longer period of time. Everything in your RV relies on a 12-volt system to function. RV house batteries are designed to run power items like TVs, water pumps, fans, lights, and RV […]

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Snowmobile Safety Tips

Snowmobile Safety Tips A snowy trail may be just what you’ve been waiting for if you’re a snowmobiler. Snowmobiling can be a thrilling experience, but it can also be very dangerous if the proper safety precautions are not taken. Before you head out for a day on your snowmobile, it’s important to be prepared. Here […]

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What is a Nickel-Cadmium Battery?

What is a Nickel-Cadmium Battery? “Ni-Cd” is the chemical abbreviation for the nickel-cadmium batteries, and it was discovered by Swedish Waldmar Jungner in 1899. There has been a lot of progress in the manufacturing of nickel-cadmium batteries in the second half of the 20th century. This reduces the prices of Ni-Cd batteries and makes them […]

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Vintage Motorcycle

How to Maintain Motorcycle Batteries During Winter

How to maintain motorcycle batteries during winter   We all know winter months can get extremely harsh not to say what happens to the motorcycle batteries. Depending on where you live, it would be better to keep the bike or the battery inside. Usually, batteries do not tend to do well when there are weather […]

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Alkaline Battery

  Alkaline batteries are a type of primary battery dependent upon the reaction between zinc and manganese dioxide (Zn/MnO2). Another type of alkaline batteries are secondary rechargeable alkaline battery, which allows reuse of specially designed cells. Alkaline batteries have a higher energy density and longer shelf-life compared with zinc-carbon batteries with the same voltage. Alkaline batteries account for 80% of manufactured batteries […]

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Smart – UPS 1500 (SUA1500) Guide for easily Battery Replacement.

Every APC Uninterruptable – Power – Supply Application is designed for fast and easy battery replacement in a just few minutes time. If you have this APC model or other that contains Replacement Battery Cartridge – 7 (RBC7) this guide will help you change the batteries inside the unit. The installation of the replacement batteries […]

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UPS Batteries: What we should know when we need batteries for our UPSs?

It is a common fact that the battery in a UPS is the most vulnerable part of the system. In fact, battery failure is the leading cause of load loss. Being aware of how to efficiently maintain UPS batteries will result in extending their service life and minimize any future issues. Improvements in battery technology […]

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