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There are few items that you will use as much with many different vehicles as a battery charger. Whether you own electric or nitro-powered vehicles, you’ll find yourself needing to recharge a battery of some sort. There are a lot of different options out there when you’re first choosing what charger to purchase, let alone when you first go and start using your battery charger. We’ve sat down to try to explain what some of the different features you might want to consider when purchasing a charger. We also take you though some of the initial setup steps you may discover when configuring your charger for the first time and provide some key definitions and terms you’ll frequently run into when working with your battery charger.
Peak Detection Charger—A battery charger that monitors the condition of the battery pack while charging and stops the charging process once complete.
Charge Rate—The amperage output of a battery charger.
Capacity—The maximum amount of energy, rated in milliamp hours (mAh) a battery can store. The higher the capacity of a battery, generally, the longer it will last on a charge.
mAh (Milliamp Hour)—A measure of a battery’s capacity. The larger the number of milliamps the longer the battery cell will last.
Balance Port/Balancer—A feature or device that monitors the voltage and capacity of the individual batteries that make up a Li-Po battery pack.
Cell(s)—The individual batteries that make up a battery pack.
Battery Pack—A group of individual batteries wired together to increase either voltage or capacity.
Integrated Power Supply—A feature of some battery chargers that allows them to be powered by plugging it into a wall outlet.
Multi-Chemistry Charger—A battery charger that can charge more than one type of battery chemistry.
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I will show you how to make auto-cut 12v battery charger by using non ct transformer and kiprok as well as some additional tools such as wires, solder, isolative, etc. Yes it’s that simple to make 12v battery.
On this occasion, my friend will be demonstrating it. His facebook link https://www.facebook.com/hadna.perdiana
If you wanna make 12v battery charger above. We need a transformer and a regulator.
Step by step to make 12v battery :
1. ……before we have to determine first the positive and negative pole of this kiprok foot. If the needle moves to the right, it can be ascertained that the kiprok’s feet with the black probe attached to the transformer, while the kiprok’s feet with the red probe attached to the positive battery. Ok, now let’s reverse the probes, and look at the multitester. If the needle does not move, it means kiprok still good and still worth wearing. This kiprok legs to ground from transformer to battery negative.
If you want detile steps, let’s watch the tutorial video above..
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You just got your new Kindle and have loaded it up with e-books and audio books. After playing a while you decide to make a few phone calls. When you come back, you find your Kindle screen is frozen! Unresponsive. The Next Page and Previous Page buttons don’t work. The (Aaa) doesn’t “wake it up.” Nothing seems to bring your Kindle back to life. That old-school screen saver just stares back at you.
First of all – don’t panic. As with any other electronic device, the Kindle occasionally has a few hiccups. There are a few things you can do to get your Kindle running again good as new.
1. Plug-in your charger. Sometimes the Kindle battery can get run-down enough so that it will “freeze.” Plugging the charger in and giving your Kindle battery some much needed power often will un-freeze the screen.
2. If that doesn’t work, try what is called a “soft reset.” To do a soft reset on your Kindle press the , , and keys simultaneously. Your Kindle screen should go blank or dark and then slowly come back to life.
3. When doing a soft reset doesn’t work, you will occasionally have to do a “hard reset.” To do a hard reset –
– Make sure your Kindle’s battery is charged (about an hour of charging time should do it)
– Remove the charger cord from your Kindle
– Open the back of your Kindle
– Locate the small hole under the word “Reset”
– Open a small paper clip
– Insert the paper clip end into the hole and press GENTLY for about 10 seconds
– Your Kindle screen should go blank (or black) and then the Kindle should re-start
4. When a hard reset doesn’t work you can try to remove and replace the battery in your Kindle. This is a bit more complex but not too difficult –
– Turn your Kindle off
– Remove the charger cord from your Kindle
– Open the back of your Kindle
– Locate the gray battery, and the finger-notch for removing the battery
– Gently press the battery toward the back of its compartment, then lift the battery out
– Locate the connector that attaches the battery to the Kindle
– GENTLY pull the battery connector out of the Kindle
– With the battery out of the Kindle turn it on for about 5 seconds
– Replace the battery and close the back cover of your Kindle
– Turn the Kindle on
If your Kindle is still “frozen” after completing the steps above, your next move is to contact the Amazon Kindle support team. Go to your Amazon account page – select “Manage my Kindle” and contact the support team from there. You can find the link at the top of the “Manage my Kindle” page on the far right side.
There is a good chance, however, that the steps above will get your Kindle un-frozen and by now you’ll be back enjoying your favorite e-book or audio book.
Congratulations! You’ve now learned how to do a soft and hard reset on your Amazon Kindle wireless reading device.
INSTALL TIME: 15 min
1) Find a location near the towed vehicle’s battery to mount the TBC
2) Connect the ring connectors to the towed battery
NOTE: YELLOW = Negative & BLUE = Positive
3) Feed the MOTORHOME wire to the multi-pin connector
4) Identify the positive 12VDC terminal on the multi-pin connector
5) Insert wire into multi-pin connector
6) Plug the umbilical cord into the multi-pin connectors on the towed and motorhome.
NOTE: LED will glow when the motorhome is charging the towed battery.
in this video you how to make 12 volts below 35Ah lead acid battery charger using the step-down transformer 1 amp 12v -0- 12v
1) 1N4007 diode -4
2) 1000uF/25v capacitor
4) LM7815 regulator
5) 12v-0-12v,1A transformer
6) 1k ohm resistor
this is very quick charger in 4 to 5 hours
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