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The Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator(BLS) was invented in 2002 by a Florida resident, Charles Van Breemen. It was developed because he was tired of batteries failing when he needed them most. He also wanted to protect the environment from harmful battery waste. Awarded a Patent in 2008, the BLS brings old and weak batteries back to life, restores functioning batteries to a like new condition, and extends battery life. It keeps batteries from losing capacity and life due to the main cause of battery failure: the buildup of lead sulfate. There are different models for different sized battery systems.
75% to 80% of lead acid batteries fail prematurely because of formation of lead sulfate on the plates. These crystals cause batteries to become unusable at approximately one-third of their natural life. The Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator dissolves the lead sulfate crystals.
Using breakthrough square wave technology, The Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator sends a frequency signal to each crystal of lead sulfate, causing it to dissolve into lead and sulfuric acid. This restores the battery to its original condition and allows the electrical charge to be drawn from the battery.
It makes old batteries as good as new. It keeps new batteries like new, saving time and money. With The Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator, more power is available from your battery and you need less power to charge it. By reducing the number of batteries that get thrown away and put in landfills, The Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator protects the environment. To see the different models, click here.
Connecting and using the Battery Life Saver is very easy, just connect it and forget it! Only one device is needed per battery system. The device works off of the power of the battery (the system should be charged regularly), and therefore does not have to be plugged into AC power. All of the units come with two leads(wires) just like jumper cables. Simply connect the red wire to the main positive battery terminal and the black wire to the main negative battery terminal. Some units are equipped with alligator type clips and others come with eye rings for permanent attachment to the batteries.
• To restore a dead or barely usable battery, connect the Battery Life Saver electronic device to the battery, along with your battery charger. The Battery Life Saver will gradually rejuvenate the battery or battery system with every cycle(charge and discharge). With the Battery Life Saver connected, fully charge the battery, then discharge the battery (the BLS operates from the power of the battery, thus you can use the BLS to discharge the battery). This process can take a couple cycles or many cycles depending on the condition and size of the battery or battery system.
• To maximize battery life, connect the Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator to your new battery or battery system and let it be!
• To maintain working batteries, install the Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator on your battery or on a bank of batteries. It rejuvenates the batteries while it is in service. This causes more power to be available from the battery and causes less power to be needed to charge the battery. This is the best way to extend the life of your batteries. It’s like having a brand new battery every time you use it.
There are a number of other electronic products available on the Internet which claim to be desulfators. The ones known to me are “Pulse-Tech,” “De-500,” “Nano-tech,” “BES Technologies,” and home-made circuits as described by Alister Couper. All of these products are best described as pulsers and are based on an approximation of a Dirac delta function. These have a serious short-coming in that it is impossible to produce a Dirac delta in the physical universe. It is approximated by a very rapid rise of voltage in the leading edge of the pulse and generation of a high voltage pulse. To the degree that these products can produce a rapidly rising high voltage spike, they can be only somewhat effective at exciting natural frequencies of crystals. However, the pulses are of such short durations that very little power can be delivered to the crystal to cause it to dissolve -- again power is the area under the curve.
The Battery Life Saver electronic desulfator square wave signal can excite all of the frequencies above it and is easy to produce, in that it is a real function, meaning it exists in the physical universe. The square wave signal is generally a low voltage signal, usually less than one volt with most batteries, and delivers enough power to cause the crystals to dissolve.
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