A standard 12-volt, lead-acid battery is made up of six cells connected in series where each cell produces approximately two volts.

12.6 V is the charge of a traditional 12V car battery. The presence of electrolytes in the solutions make the charges differ. The electrolyte in an automotive battery is one-and-a-quarter times more than the regular water’s weight.

There are many methods to charge a 12-Volt Car Battery. You may make use of a charger solar panel and jumper cables if you have a good condition battery with a good cell. A faulty cell cannot hold a charge.

Trickle charging of 2 amps is the most suitable way to charge your battery. Most 12-volt battery chargers have an interchangeable setting on the front control panel that allows you to charge both low maintenance 12-volt batteries and deep-cycle marine batteries.

You may also use your car charger with your 12-Volt Car Battery by starting your car with a fully-charged battery then manually change it with the dead battery while the engine is running. A 15-minute charge should be sufficient enough in the battery for it to be started again.

However, if you would like to make use of the solar battery, you can use a solar powered battery maintainer or a 13-watt amorphous folding solar panel; it can charge your battery enough to run a boat. With the solar panel in the sun, place its negative and positive alligator clamps to your battery.

You can also have your 12-volt Car Battery recharged by linking it to the solar panel that fits your dashboard.

A 12-volt car battery can also be jump started when the need arises.

In here, reach for the jumper cables and jump from another vehicle’s battery by placing appropriate charges and colored clamps to your battery. With this, you can make it through a garage or an auto-parts store to have your battery assessed.