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Battery Myth | Does Starting My Motorcycle in the Winter Charge the Battery?

Posted on October 21, 2010
While starting your bike every few weeks in the winter may be good for the mechanics of it, it could end up harming your battery. Here's why: Your vehicle's charging system does not truly ramp up until it gets far above idle, sometimes as high as 5000rpm! Unless you hold 'er wide open for 10 or 15 minutes, you may not get enough of a charge to replace the energy you used just to start it, let alone the energy you needed to replace lost in storage. read more...

Written Tutorial | Rechargeable NiMH Battery FAQ

Posted on November 19, 2010
What does NiMH stand for? The material is Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) which has many advantages over other battery construction materials.

What is meant by battery memory? Older generation and batteries with other chemical make-up were subject to a memory effect. This is when a battery must be fully drained before recharge or their capacity is reduced. The New Generation of NIMH batteries do not develop a memory effect and can be recharged at anytime during usage cycle. When uncertain about battery charge level or condition, recharge it. read more...

NiCd Battery Tutorial

Posted on September 9, 2011
If this is not your first stop in the NiCd information trail I am sure the information that you have read, heard, or found on the internet is just about overwhelming. While limited in application, NiCad batteries are an exceptional choice for all of you cordless power tool requirements. In this tutorial we will do our best at keeping is simple, accurate, and to the point. If you have questions that are not addressed, please let us know and we hopefully be able to help. read more...

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