The difference being the chemistry in these batteries. Car batteries are not made to be discharged, and each time they are drained they lose a LOT of their charge capacity.Boogity said:I will not be leaving anything plugged in over night but with 2 cell phones and a laptop something is always low on batteries every day.
I gots me a wyr hanger n sum chewin gum we can git r done.Webwader said:If you would like one, birthday boy, no problem. However, patents are still pending, still looking for venture capital, and have to tool up for the production one. Oh wait, there's already a prototype in the bottom of the RL. Come on over and dig it out.
Would you like red or blue wire?
No, the rear is sufficient. I just need it for the GPS and I think the rear will work out better than a front would, not to mention being easier to do.Glad to have helped. Are you going to try the front ones too?
Hey mugen1 - with those, maybe you can confirm whether or not the main battery stops charging during acceleration as discussed in another thread. I assume that you see ~14v when normal charging is taking place. Do you see any differences between idle, acceleration and decceleration?mugen1 said:You can always use one of these to keep an eye on the battery condition. The one on the left keeps me apprised of the starting battery, while the other one does the dedicated stereo battery in the back. I like these because they are digital, quite accurate, and has the ability to blink when voltage drops at a point that you set.