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12 Volt 6 Watt Emergency Vehicle SolarPulse Charger

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Most Effective 6-Watt Solar Charging System Available - Anywhere!
Brand: PulseTech
Sku: SP-6-ERV
The 6-Watt SolarPulse SP-5 charger combines ReNew-IT Pulse Technology ® with an exceptional charging system. ReNew-It Technology safely prevents the main cause of battery problems and failure: sulfation buildup on lead-acid battery plates. Used extensively by the consumers and the U.S. Military worldwide for over ten years, this technology has been scientifically proven by two major universities to make batteries work harder and last longer than you ever thought possible. The 6-Watt SolarPulse is designed especially for emergency rescue and law enforcement vehicles because it has a unique rectangular solar panel designed to easily mount on any light bar! Pulse Tech makes three other SolarPulse models: 2 Watt (735X302), a 5-Watt (735X305), and a 25 Watt (735X325).
Availability Note In Stock
Brand PulseTech
Model SP-6-ERV
Composition Mono Crystalline
Nominal Voltage 6
Current (A) 0.37
Dimensions (LxWxH - inches) 16 x 4.93 x 0.13
Dimensions Deployed (LxWxH) No
Max Power (W) No
Max Power Voltage (Vmpp) 12
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) No
Warranty No
Weight (lb) 1.5

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  • What Is Sulfation?

    Sulfation is the buildup of lead sulfate (PbSo4) crystals on your battery plates.

    Contrast image of built up of sulfate crystals on a battery.All lead acid batteries will suffer from the effects of sulfation. It is the unwanted byproduct of the natural double sulfate chemical reaction that generates electricity within the battery. When a battery is in use, the active material on your battery’s plates, lead and lead dioxide, react with the electrolyte or sulfuric acid (H2SO4) to generate electricity. During this process a thin layer of non-crystalline solid lead sulfate is deposited on the plates.

    During charging, this sulfate deposit is supposed to be converted back to lead dioxide and sulfuric acid restoring the battery back to its pre-discharged state. However, the process is not perfect. Incomplete charging or prolonged time left in a discharged state will convert the amorphous (non-crystalline) lead sulfate into a hardened crystalized form diminishing the ability of the battery to reach full charge.

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