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Batterieladegerät SHIDO DC1
Batterieladegerät SHIDO DC1
69.95€ * 68.19€ *

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Universal
Universal
Battery charger SHIDO DC3 for lead acid and LiFePO4 lithium battery
Battery charger SHIDO DC3 for lead acid and LiFePO4 lithium battery
119.95€ * 116.93€ *

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Universal
Starting aid for motorcycle and car booster Shido LiFePO4 100% safe 600A
Starting aid for motorcycle and car booster Shido LiFePO4 100% safe 600A
188.99€ * 184.23€ *

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Universal
Starting aid for motorcycle and car Multi Pocket Booster CP-12
Starting aid for motorcycle and car Multi Pocket Booster CP-12
79.95€ * 77.93€ *

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Universal adapter for cigarette lighter socket, (ACC612V)
Universal adapter for cigarette lighter socket, (ACC612V)
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Motorcycle Battery Chargers & Boosters Jump Start

Most motorcyclists are mainly on the road with their two-wheelers during the warm season. If winter conditions prevail outside, the bike usually stays in the garage. After the winter break, the battery often finds it difficult to bring the bike back to life in spring. Most owners of a seasonal license plate know the problems with starting the bike. The same applies to few drivers. In order for the motorcycle battery to survive the long periods of standing without damage, it is important to charge it regularly. In the TECbike Onlineshop we provide you with different motorcycle battery chargers:

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  • Motorcycle battery charger 12 V for lead and lithium batteries
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  • Battery chargers 6V and 12 V CAN bus
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  • Starting aid for motorcycle and car booster
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  • Quick contact cable
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  • Universal adapter for cigarette lighter socket

With the right charger, the battery remains functional

The thought of a motorcycle battery charger actually comes too late in many cases. Imagine you want to set off on your next tour. Everything is ready, you press the start button and at most you'll only reap a tired "organ" of the engine. But the igniting spark remains missing. Mostly it is because the motorcycle battery has given up its ghost.

Especially if your motorcycle is parked for a longer period of time, it makes sense to maintain and charge the accumulator, as the accumulator is actually called, at regular intervals. On the one hand, this effectively prevents the motorcycle battery from discharging completely. On the other hand this charging counteracts the so-called sulphation.

A short excursion into technology: The battery structure

Every child knows: The (car or motorcycle) battery is an energy storage device. During operation, the alternator generates energy depending on the speed of rotation. At low engine speed, however, the amount of energy produced is not sufficient; the missing part is provided by the lead-gel battery or a lithium-ion battery.

If a vehicle has an electric starter, the accumulator, as the current storage device is correctly termed, also takes over the task of providing the power required for starting. If the engine runs at sufficient speed, the alternator produces so much current that not only all systems are supplied with energy, but also the battery can be fully recharged thanks to the surplus.

In motorcycles only 6 and 12 volt batteries are used. The smaller version consists of three individual cells connected in series. Each individual cell has a cell voltage of two volts. Accordingly, 12-volt batteries consist of six individual cells.

Each of the individual cells in turn consists of several positive and negative plates. Between them is the so-called separator, a porous plate. It prevents direct contact between the positive and negative elements.

The cells also contain sulphuric acid. If a consumer is connected, it contributes to the active mass of positive (lead oxide) and negative plates (lead) decomposing to lead sulphate when charged. Electrical energy is generated and released. If the accumulator is completely discharged, there is only a little acid left in it, the plate masses consist of pure lead sulphate.

So that it does not come so far, you use a charger. The charging process supplies electrical energy to the energy storage device, the chemical process can be reversed.

What is important for chargers for motorcycles?

If you compare a car battery with the storage battery for motorcycles, you will see that the latter have fewer ampere hours (AH). The charger must therefore be able to adapt to this special feature. Only in this way is it possible to charge the accumulator as gently as possible.

An important single criterion is the quality of the charging and charge retention process. It is important to charge the batteries gently up to the final charging voltage. Then a recharging phase is initiated. In order to keep the energy storage device at optimum performance at all times, a maintenance mode is important.

A further criterion for the purchase of a charger and trickle charge is performance. Therefore, check beforehand what voltage your motorcycle battery will operate at. At TECbike you can get battery chargers that not only allow you to adjust the voltage. Depending on the model, they are also suitable for charging lead and lithium batteries.

How do you use a motorcycle battery charger?

The use of this useful device is very simple. First you connect it to the motorcycle battery. In many cases this requires the battery removal. Even though some models can be charged when they are installed, this is not recommended for safety reasons. Pay special attention to the correct connection of the cables: positive and negative pole must match the poles of the battery. Otherwise you risk damage to the accumulator and your battery charger. Which pole has to be attached where is indicated graphically by symbols on the device and the battery.

How long does it take to charge the batteries?

The exact charging time depends on two factors: the battery charger and the energy storage device. A good device usually indicates the state of charge. This allows you to see exactly how long it takes to fully charge your energy storage device. It is neither recommended nor necessary to fully charge the battery. It is sufficient to "fill up" the charge until the vehicle can be started. It will then be fully charged on the next trip.

TECbike offers you a wide range of high quality chargers for 6 V and 12 V. Take a look now and discover!

Motorcycle Battery Chargers & Boosters Jump Start Most motorcyclists are mainly on the road with their two-wheelers during the warm season. If winter conditions prevail outside, the bike... read more »
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Motorcycle Battery Chargers & Boosters Jump Start

Most motorcyclists are mainly on the road with their two-wheelers during the warm season. If winter conditions prevail outside, the bike usually stays in the garage. After the winter break, the battery often finds it difficult to bring the bike back to life in spring. Most owners of a seasonal license plate know the problems with starting the bike. The same applies to few drivers. In order for the motorcycle battery to survive the long periods of standing without damage, it is important to charge it regularly. In the TECbike Onlineshop we provide you with different motorcycle battery chargers:

    t
  • Motorcycle battery charger 12 V for lead and lithium batteries
  • t
  • Battery chargers 6V and 12 V CAN bus
  • t
  • Starting aid for motorcycle and car booster
  • t
  • Quick contact cable
  • t
  • Universal adapter for cigarette lighter socket

With the right charger, the battery remains functional

The thought of a motorcycle battery charger actually comes too late in many cases. Imagine you want to set off on your next tour. Everything is ready, you press the start button and at most you'll only reap a tired "organ" of the engine. But the igniting spark remains missing. Mostly it is because the motorcycle battery has given up its ghost.

Especially if your motorcycle is parked for a longer period of time, it makes sense to maintain and charge the accumulator, as the accumulator is actually called, at regular intervals. On the one hand, this effectively prevents the motorcycle battery from discharging completely. On the other hand this charging counteracts the so-called sulphation.

A short excursion into technology: The battery structure

Every child knows: The (car or motorcycle) battery is an energy storage device. During operation, the alternator generates energy depending on the speed of rotation. At low engine speed, however, the amount of energy produced is not sufficient; the missing part is provided by the lead-gel battery or a lithium-ion battery.

If a vehicle has an electric starter, the accumulator, as the current storage device is correctly termed, also takes over the task of providing the power required for starting. If the engine runs at sufficient speed, the alternator produces so much current that not only all systems are supplied with energy, but also the battery can be fully recharged thanks to the surplus.

In motorcycles only 6 and 12 volt batteries are used. The smaller version consists of three individual cells connected in series. Each individual cell has a cell voltage of two volts. Accordingly, 12-volt batteries consist of six individual cells.

Each of the individual cells in turn consists of several positive and negative plates. Between them is the so-called separator, a porous plate. It prevents direct contact between the positive and negative elements.

The cells also contain sulphuric acid. If a consumer is connected, it contributes to the active mass of positive (lead oxide) and negative plates (lead) decomposing to lead sulphate when charged. Electrical energy is generated and released. If the accumulator is completely discharged, there is only a little acid left in it, the plate masses consist of pure lead sulphate.

So that it does not come so far, you use a charger. The charging process supplies electrical energy to the energy storage device, the chemical process can be reversed.

What is important for chargers for motorcycles?

If you compare a car battery with the storage battery for motorcycles, you will see that the latter have fewer ampere hours (AH). The charger must therefore be able to adapt to this special feature. Only in this way is it possible to charge the accumulator as gently as possible.

An important single criterion is the quality of the charging and charge retention process. It is important to charge the batteries gently up to the final charging voltage. Then a recharging phase is initiated. In order to keep the energy storage device at optimum performance at all times, a maintenance mode is important.

A further criterion for the purchase of a charger and trickle charge is performance. Therefore, check beforehand what voltage your motorcycle battery will operate at. At TECbike you can get battery chargers that not only allow you to adjust the voltage. Depending on the model, they are also suitable for charging lead and lithium batteries.

How do you use a motorcycle battery charger?

The use of this useful device is very simple. First you connect it to the motorcycle battery. In many cases this requires the battery removal. Even though some models can be charged when they are installed, this is not recommended for safety reasons. Pay special attention to the correct connection of the cables: positive and negative pole must match the poles of the battery. Otherwise you risk damage to the accumulator and your battery charger. Which pole has to be attached where is indicated graphically by symbols on the device and the battery.

How long does it take to charge the batteries?

The exact charging time depends on two factors: the battery charger and the energy storage device. A good device usually indicates the state of charge. This allows you to see exactly how long it takes to fully charge your energy storage device. It is neither recommended nor necessary to fully charge the battery. It is sufficient to "fill up" the charge until the vehicle can be started. It will then be fully charged on the next trip.

TECbike offers you a wide range of high quality chargers for 6 V and 12 V. Take a look now and discover!

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