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battery knowledge

TermDefinition
who invented the battery james volta 1800s
first battery was made of zinc, saltwater and silver
advantage portable,reliable
disadvantages short life, energy use small and expecsive
how batterys work chemical reaction inside frees up electrons that travels from negative(anode) to positive(cathode)
postive is cathode
negative is anode
inverters dc to ac
bigger battery means more current (amps)
hydro-meter checks a sealed battery condition of electrolyte
wet cell info secoundary, chargeable, 2v per cell
dry cell info primary, nonchargeable, 1.5v per cell 1.28v means its good on a hydro meter
battery group of cells
types of batterys lead-acid, nickel-cadmium, lithium, nickel-metal, alkaline-zinc, zinc-carbon
battery maitntenance 1.keep dirt out of battery 2.keep it charged 3.add water when needed 4.use distilled water if needed before chargeing 5.use tickle charger for long term storage 6.clean terminals with wire brush and bakeing soda 7.wear proper PPE
batterys in series produce an increase of voltage
batterys in parallel increase life share the load same, voltage
how to charge a dead car battery (dead)+, to (good)+, (good)-, FRAME!
ion charged partical
batterys dead when no change in potential
bigger batterys mean more current, lasts longer
chargeing reverse currents
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