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How to properly maintain accumulator

To properly maintain the accumulator, ensure its stable performance and extend its service life, the following steps and key points can be followed:
Regular cleaning:
Use a soft cloth dipped in a mild cleaning agent or soapy water to wipe the battery casing, especially the wiring terminals and pole sections, to remove dust and corrosion.
Ensure that the surface of the battery is clean and dry, and avoid using cloths contaminated with gasoline or other oils.
Check the electrolyte level:
Before checking the electrolyte level, ensure that the surface of the battery is dry and clean.
Use the electrolyte inlet pipe to check the liquid level. If it is below the standard liquid level line, distilled water or deionized water should be added to avoid excessive addition.
Check battery terminals and cable connections:
Regularly inspect the accumulator terminals and cable connections to ensure they are secure, free from looseness and corrosion.
If looseness is found, it should be re tightened; If corrosion is found, clean with a dilute acid or alkaline solution and apply insulation adhesive.
Check the charging situation:
Regularly check the charging status of the battery to ensure that it is charged according to the correct charging method.
If abnormal charging is found, such as prolonged charging time or inability to charge, the charger or battery should be repaired or replaced in a timely manner.
Control temperature:
The working temperature of the battery should be within the standard range, as high or low temperatures can affect its performance.
Regularly check the working temperature of the battery and take corresponding cooling or insulation measures.
Avoid excessive discharge:
Try to avoid long-term high current discharge of the battery, such as when starting an electric vehicle, carrying people, or going uphill, use foot pedals as much as possible to assist.
The startup time for each use should not exceed 5 seconds, and there should be a 10-15 second interval between two consecutive startup times.
Prevent loss of power storage:
When the battery is idle and not in use, it should be charged once a month to maintain its healthy state.
Do not leave the battery in a state of low power for a long time, otherwise it is easy to experience sulfation and damage the battery’s performance.
Prevent high temperature exposure:
Batteries should be avoided from prolonged exposure to sunlight to prevent internal pressure from increasing, causing the battery’s pressure limiting valve to open, increasing water loss, and accelerating plate softening.
Using a suitable charger:
Choose a charger that meets the battery specifications and charging requirements to avoid overcharging or discharging.
The charger should comply with safety standards to avoid accidents such as fires and explosions.
Regular inspections:
Regularly check the capacity and performance of the battery, and use professional instruments to measure the voltage and internal resistance of the battery, and make judgments based on standard values.
If a serious decrease in battery capacity or safety hazards are found, the accumulator should be replaced in a timely manner.
By following the above steps and key points, it can be ensured that the battery is properly maintained and serviced, thereby extending its service life and maintaining stable performance.

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