don't charge your battery in the cold

Discussion in 'Australia and New Zealand' started by Andre S ., Sep 5, 2003.

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  1. Andre S .

    Andre S . Guest

    kind of obvious really but it didn't occur to me for ages. They don't perform well in the cold so
    they won't charge well either.

    AndreS.au ===> I ride therefore I am
     
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  2. Stu

    Stu Guest

    >They don't perform well in the cold
    but they last longer.(there overall life l am talking about)
    >so they won't charge well either.
    you just need to increase the charge voltage.

    you really need to say what sort of batteries you are talking about. but most types of battery don't
    like heat or being stored discharged. some even like being stored in the fridge. lead acid
    especially batteries should be charged as soon as possible
     
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