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Product Review | Pulse Tech Xtreme Battery Charger XC100-P

Posted on October 22, 2010
Xtreme Charge is well suited to both AGM and other Maintenance free batteries. The Combination of Patented Pulse technology and the patented charging algorithm will typically allow it to more completely charge all regular and high performance batteries, while also maintaining an excellent charge profile suitable for other types of Flooded or standard batteries. Pulse Tech's unique technology will increase the duty and life cycle of all sizes or types of 12 volt lead acid batteries by minimizing the size and amount of sulphation on the lead plates, therefore allowing the battery to accept as much charge as possible. Rated ★★★★★ Stars read more...

Video Feature | Interactive Battery Tutorial

Posted on November 5, 2010
Ever wonder how a lead acid AGM battery works? You know, the ones that start our motor bikes? If you're like me, it's nothing short of a miracle when I think about how electricity comes out and gets put back in the black little box. Check out our latest tutorial, visually giving you a guided tour about an AGM Battery, and how it works. read more...

Battery Maintenance | How to Clean your Motorcycle or Automotive Battery

Posted on February 3, 2011
Battery Maintenance is an important issue.

The battery should be cleaned using a baking soda and water solution; a couple of table spoons to a pint of water. Cable connections need to be cleaned and tightened as battery problems are often caused by dirty and loose connections. read more...

How to Tell if Your Battery is Bad in 3 Easy Steps

Posted on June 5, 2012
Having battery troubles? Yeah, we hear you. Almost everyday, we receive calls and comments about batteries that "won't hold a charge" any more. Maybe you've been in that boat before. To clear up a misconception: a battery isn't like a water bottle. You can't use up half now, and then wait and use half later. It's not a tank of electricity. Also, batteries don't "leak" power like water can. What we're dealing with here with a lead acid battery is a plastic box that encases a delicate balance of chemicals which are ready to interact with each other to produce electricity when the load is applied. read more...

On-board Desulfator | Battery MINDer vs Pulse Tech

Posted on October 4, 2012
The PP12L and the OBD-12 are very similar. They are both on-board desulfators, not chargers. Because they do not put out any voltage or current, there is no need for AC power. They both hook up directly to the terminal posts of your battery system via positive and negative cables. Pulse Tech and Battery MINDer have slightly different patents on their sulfation removing algorithms, but both are just as effective when used long term. But which one is the best one for you? read more...

Liquid Battery Restoration with Battery Equaliser

Posted on January 18, 2013
If you're a regular commuter, then you probably don't experience battery troubles too often. Regularly using your motor vehicle will keep the battery charged after the end of every good long ride. So, why did your 'not so old' battery act like it's on its last legs of life? While there can be a variety of battery problems, statistically the most common cause of early battery failure is Sulfation. read more...

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