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April 29th, 2009

Understanding Batteries and the Battery Life Saver
The Battery Life Saver electronic device will extend the life of any lead-acid battery and can rejuvenate “dead” batteries to a like new condition. But how does it work? To understand... Read More

April 28th 2008

Battery recycling takes deadly toll in Africa
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April 28th 2008

Battery Restoration, Part 1
Batteries are vital in our society, an upper level in the scale of ability for humankind. They give us the power to store and manipulate energy. They are everywhere from... Read More

Feb. 25th 2008

Is Biofuel Craze a Mirage?
In September 2007, Lewis Smith, Environment Reporter for Times Online, warned us that we may need to jump off the biofuel... Read More

How to test a battery for a short or open cell.


       The Battery Life Saver™ electronic device will not help a battery or batteries that have an open or shorted cell.  In order to tell if a battery has an open or shorted cell, simply perform the following test.                 

Step 1:  Make sure you turn off any instruments or accessories that will drain the battery or battery system during testing.

Step 2:  Charge the battery or battery system until it is fully charged.

Step 3:  Let the battery or battery system sit for about 1 hour and 30 minutes. This is important because if you measure the voltage immediately after charging, you will not be measuring the true voltage of the battery.

Step 4: With a voltmeter, measure the voltage of each individual battery. In a battery system, you do not need to disconnect each battery, simply connect the voltmeter to the positive and negative terminals of the individual battery.

Step 5:  Reference the chart below to determine if your battery or battery system has a shorted or open cell.  For example, if a 6 volt battery is reading below 4.3 volts it has an open or shorted cell and the battery must be replaced.


Voltage Reading of a shorted or open cell

6 Volt



4.3 Volts

8 Volt



6.5 Volts

12 Volt



10.6 Volts


If you have been using the BLS or plan in using one you will only need to replace the bad battery with another used battery. Now you are ready to connect and start using the Battery Life Saver….


Please call 727-446-8400 with any questions.