How To Check The Conditions Of Used Deep Cycle Batteries

Checking the voltage of used batteries with a multimeter

In my previous post, I showed you a video of how a man managed to get hold of 1000 Ah worth of battery for only $40.

If you have not seen the video, click on the link below to watch it right now.

How to buy 1000 Ah used deep cycle batteries for dirt cheap?

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How do you know if the used deep cycle batteries you’ve purchased can be reconditioned to working service condition?

The only option is to do a voltage test on the batteries with a multimeter and then do a discharge load test.

As you can see in the video above, each used deep cycle batteries are charged up and then tested with a multimeter to check its voltage output.

Next, the battery is run through a load test to map out its voltage discharge curve.

The discharge curve will show you if the battery has a weak cell or whether it has sulfation in the cell.

>> 3 Best Batteries For a DIY Electric Car Conversion Project <<

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Deep Cycle Battery Reconditioning Guide

Do you want to know more on reviving dead or weak batteries?

If you do, check out the EZ Battery Reconditioning program.

In the program, you will learn how to:

  1. Get old or “dead” golf cart batteries, industrial or L16 batteries
  2. Recondition them back to 100% of their working condition
  3. Use those “like-new” batteries instead of buying new overpriced batteries to save a lot of money

The guide will also show you how to recondition many other types of old, dead batteries back to 100% of their working condition again (so they’re just like new), including:

  • Car batteries
  • Laptop batteries
  • Cell Phone batteries
  • Marine batteries
  • PLUS MANY MORE!

So if you’re ready to learn how to recondition all types of batteries…

…back to 100% of their working condition

…Then click the link below

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By | 2016-12-17T08:30:13+00:00 October 24th, 2008|EV News|1 Comment

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  1. The Green Guy December 17, 2008 at 6:47 pm

    I thought those links you have given was very useful and converting to electric is best when you think about the price of gas, and using conversions kits saves even more money.

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