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Car and Deep Cycle Battery FAQ

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Bill Darden, Mar 15, 2006.

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  1. Bill Darden

    Bill Darden Guest

    Hi all,

    The Car and Deep Cycle Battery FAQ has been updated. The current
    version is 5.4, dated February 26, 2006 and can be found on
    www.batteryfaq.org. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, tips,
    manufacturer's information, references and hyperlinks are contained on
    this free, consumer oriented Web site about car, motorcycle, power
    sports, truck, boat, marine, recreational vehicle, solar, and other
    starting and deep cycle applications.

    The most popular sections in February were:

    Battery Manufacturers and Brand Names List

    FAQ Section 9 HOW DO I CHARGE (OR EQUALIZE) MY BATTERY?

    Section 7 WHAT DO I LOOK FOR IN BUYING A NEW BATTERY?

    Battery Information Links List

    Section 4 HOW DO I TEST A BATTERY?

    If you have time, please visit www.batteryfaq.org. If not please
    bookmark it for future reference. Questions, comments and suggestions
    for improvement are always welcome at .

    Many thanks and kindest regards,

    BiLL.....
     
  2. Bill Jeffrey

    Bill Jeffrey Guest

    Bill -

    Let me offer my most heartfelt thanks for publishing the Battery FAQ. I
    am an electrical engineer, and I find that the whole arena of lead-acid
    batteries is one of the most misunderstood topics I have encountered.
    Problem is, it SEEMS so simple, and there is so much mis-information and
    pure BS advertising hype out there, that everybody and his brother
    thinks they understand it, and that they are experts.

    I belong to a Solar Power Forum where this problem arises quite
    regularly. People invest tens of thousands of dollars in their systems,
    and then beat the hell out of their batteries, and wonder what went
    wrong. I am pleased to be able to quote a bit of knowledge from your
    site, and then add a link to the rest of it. When I do, I can almost
    hear the ethereal sigh "Ooooh, so that's what happens! That's how it
    works!"

    Bill Jeffrey
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