Increase the life of your inverter’s battery
• First and most important, replenish the distilled water at the right time. That will depend on your battery type and usage pattern. Better keep a reminder in your smartphone calendar or make a habit of checking it on the first of the month. • Never keep the batteries on the floor. Always use a plastic trolley or some insulated material sheet for the battery’s longer life. • Make sure the inverter battery is installed in a well-ventilated area. This reduces the heating up of the battery, thereby maintaining its lifespan. • Apply grease on the socket connections to protect the inverter battery from corrosion or rust decays. If there is corrosion already, remove it with the help of an old brush, hot water and baking soda. • Discharge the battery completely once in a month and freshly charge it again. It will refresh the inner electrolyte. • Ensure proper loading of devices. It is better not to connect high-load devices to the inverter when they are not necessary. Using energy-efficient home appliance also lowers the burden on the inverter battery significantly. • You can use a trolley, also known as battery cover or case. It stops damage of flooring from acid spillage. Battery is kept inside the trolley and the inverter is placed on top of it, thus taking less space. • Replace your battery if it is dead or damaged. Regular inspection will keep you updated on your inverter and battery conditions. • Keep the surface and sides of battery clean and dust-free. Use cotton cloth to clean these surfaces.