BatteryStuff.com Blog - Guilty as Charged
Posted on March 25, 2011
We held an Open House yesterday, March 24, 2011. We had a great turn out! We celebrated our move to the new building, with more space than we know what to do with (yet). We have the whole crew in uniform, and their families were present. We also had neighbors and business people see the place, too. We wanted to get the word out that we are now open to the public with a store front. Thank you to all who were able to visit. read more...
Posted on March 17, 2011
BatteryStuff modules deliver top-quality performance for all photovoltaic applications including rural electrification, water pumping, telemetry, communications, and general battery charging. This kit, specifically designed for RV use, will work in any application where you, the consumer, need solar power! Ideal for AC and DC installations, BatteryStuff modules can be used in single module and multiple-module systems. Each Kit includes all the parts necessary to get you charging. read more...
Posted on March 9, 2011
A power inverter running off a battery changes D.C. power to traditional A.C. power. You can use an inverter to supply power to devices such as televisions, microwaves, computers or power tools. They provide power in areas where you normally would not have access to standard 115-120 Volts AC from the power grid (ex: your home wall outlet). You simply connect the inverter to the battery and plug your device into the inverter. This is a great solution for having an easy to use, portable power supply. read more...
Posted on March 3, 2011
Setting aside scientific data, we can sometimes use common sense and logic to study a product. What are the claims made by the product? Could it possible do what the manufacturer claims? Enter common sense and logic, and a decent amount of trial and error on our part. We do our best to ferret out any issues with the products we carry so you don't have to. read more...
Posted on February 23, 2011
There is one component that can terminate your car’s performance - the battery. One could say your battery is the heart of your vehicle, and because of that fact, your battery, like your heart, requires maintenance, good care and the proper charger in order to support your vehicle’s life cycle. Without a functioning battery, your car or motorcycle will not start without a great deal of assistance and odds are other electronic components will not operate correctly either. There are four stages involved in charging your vehicle’s wet battery. read more...
Posted on February 21, 2011
Moving is tough. No matter how well you plan things out, there always seems to be something that causes a stir, gets left behind, or just plain jumps out and surprises you. As you may be aware, BatteryStuff recently completed a move that relocated us across town. As of today, we are all waiting with baited breath for Murphy to show up, but so far, so good. In fact, our total disruption of service due to the move was only about 4 hours. With that, we can be confident that our customer service is still world class and our move was nearly seamless. read more...
Posted on February 18, 2011
The thrill of riding powerful machines in a natural environment is difficult to beat. Whether the machine is a dirt bike, a quad, jet ski or a moped/goped, the fresh air, the sunlight and, yes, even the mud, accentuate the experience. There are a number of considerations you should take before and during each ride to make certain your outdoor experience is fun… and safe. Here are some great tips for your recreational vehicles: read more...
Posted on February 15, 2011
The first thing you must understand about today's fuels is that the environment is the first consideration and the engine performance comes second. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plays a heavy hand in today's Gasoline and Diesel fuels development. read more...
Posted on February 9, 2011
When you think of classic cars, one car that comes to mind is the Jaguar. Jaguars are and always have been manufactured based on the highest of vehicle standards. Anyone who is an avid collector has one, and those who do not, believe their collection incomplete because of this missing icon of automobile excellence. Most collectors that do posses the Jaguar have found that working on the Jaguar can be extremely rewarding. read more...
Posted on February 7, 2011
Maintaining your boat battery charger is something no one wants to think about. You never want to be "that guy" - you know the one we're talking about. The guy that's sitting in the lake tied to the dock with the engine cover off, kids crying and dog barking. The guy that is dead in the water because his battery is dead. Proper maintenance of your boat battery will ensure that you never become that guy. read more...
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