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Charging the battery 2110

2015-12-19 09:11:42

removed from the car battery gently clean, especially the upper part, check the electrolyte level and if necessary to bring it up to standards.

The battery charging current strength of 5.5 A with inverted plugs. Charging is carried out prior to the abundant gas evolution and achievement of constant tension and density of the electrolyte for 3 hours. The density of the electrolyte charged battery

At 25 ° C should correspond to the data in Table 7-4 for each climatic region.

When charging the battery should periodically check the temperature of the electrolyte and prevent its increase above 40 ° C. When the temperature reaches 40 ° C, to be reduced by half the charging current or to interrupt charging of the battery and cooled to 27 ° C.

Charging stops when the start copious gas in all elements of the battery, and the voltage and electrolyte density during the last three measurements made at 1 hour to remain constant.

If at the end of charge the electrolyte density determined based on the temperature correction is different from the above, then adjust it. With the increased density of the electrolyte Collect and add distilled water. If the density of the electrolyte is below normal, then selecting it from the elements, add the electrolyte increased density of 1.4 g/cm3.

After adjusting the density of the electrolyte will continue to charge the battery for an additional 30 minutes to mix the electrolyte. Then, disconnect the battery and after 30 minutes, measure it. level in all elements. If the electrolyte level is below normal, then top up the electrolyte with a density corresponding to a given climatic region, see. Table. 7-4. If the electrolyte level above the norm-Collect excess of its rubber bulb.

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