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Batteries Connected In Series & Parallel Explained.

Batteries Connected In Series & Parallel Explained.
11/04/2015

When a battery is described as ‘in series’ or ‘in parallel’, what does this mean? And how does this apply to standby equipment?

All battery systems are connected in an arrangement of cells or blocs in either series, parallel or a combination of both. This process will enable specific levels of voltage and Ah possible to suit any requirement that may be needed. Our article explains how this works and what the effects are of connecting in series and/or in parallel.

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