Battery Cell Specific Gravity Vs. Capacity?

Answer Lead acid batteries have been used as a source of electrical power for over 100 years. There are multiple ways in which charge is measured, including battery capacity and specific gravity.

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How to Test the Battery for Specific Gravity?

Lead-acid batteries are used in most gas powered vehicles. Their most important function is to get your vehicle started so the alternator can take over and run your electrical equipment. Testing yo... Read More »

How to Read Specific Gravity on a Battery?

The specific gravity of a battery is a measurement of the weight of the electrolyte in the battery cell compared to water. Reading your battery's specific gravity is an accurate way to find out the... Read More »

Specific Gravity Vs. API Gravity of Hydraulic Oil?

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What is specific gravity used for?

According to Mike Strickler, a geology professor at the University of Oregon, specific gravity is the density of a substance divided by the density of water. Geologists often use it to distinguish ... Read More »