Uche Nnamdi: I hear you mention any number of batteries. How do you then wire 6 units of 12v to get 48v ?
Alexis Arteaga: quick question could you possible have 2 batteries in perallel and then add one Switched battery into series with the two parallels
Tasty Fish: 6v // 6v//5v . Three same brand same specs batteries in parallel connection with one having a weaker voltage. Will it work ?.
vegascolors: why would anyone give a negative.....This was the easiest to understand video Ive watched out of 15 other videos.... regarding series and parallel... Thanks for the vid...
Aneel Sinkoo: I have got 12 batteries of 12volt to run my UPS. After some time all batteries recharged but two battries didn't charged that too didnot get sufficent voltage to run my machine. I want to buy two new battery to replace damaged two so is't ok or shall i replace all the batteries please suggest me. Thanks Anil Sinku
jimbola77: Very nice partner!!!
kenty011985: How do you charge them when you make all 3 into 1 big 12v, do you have to charge each one seperate
Arunavha Moholanobis: I have a query, My UPS battery is completely dead.. So I need to change the battery, I am a gamer like to play games all night long if possible... I have gone through many other videos, had thought of using a car battery, which is dangerous so droped the plan...
My question can I buy more than 2 battery, line it up in parallel and attach it to the UPS for a longer duration of backup during Blackout...??
Pls help me .. if you have any ideas... Thank you..
kyle torreon: so which is better, parallel or series?
Movsar A.: Hello, I have a question. I want to buy 3 4V 4Ah SLA batteries and wire them up in parallel. I know that if i do that i will have 1 12V 12Ah SLA battery. The problem i have is that 1 4V 4Ah battery only gives me 1A of current( initial current) but for my system i need 2-5 A . So i think if i wire 3 of those batteries up , i will get 3 A of initial current. Is this right ? I would appreciate if someone would help me. Thank you
Aaron Ols: Is there a way to wire three batteries in a series and parallel configuration, or can that configuration only be done in an even number of batteries?
hman630: I get that you are connecting them two ways but I don't understand what the application for either way would be? wouldn't making it like one 12 volt battery(parallel) be the best way because most of our eclectic car devices are 12 volt. Im missing something here LOL . and I know its me.I just don't get why one would wire it in series rather than parallel? what device would one run with a battery wired in series and that isn't 12 volts? Please explain both ways and explain how to use each one thanks. JKW
robviolin1: Wow, thanks - you made it very easy and now I finally understand it. Please run for president.
Tommy Donnelly: Do the amps increase (times 3 int this video) along with the volts in series?
The Dissident: What kind of batteries (brand / model) are you using in this video? BTW, good video, thanks for sharing the information.
rickey parker: thants from KF4KIE ham radio its ben a time that I need to dew this I for got thanks
Travis Richards: Great video. Question: I've got a 80lb thrust trolling motor that I'm using to create current in an artificial stream that my lab uses to run experiments on stream fishes. We need the water velocity in the tank to reach a certain level (0.6m/s) and right now we're maxed out at 0.51m/s. Currently we have two 12v batteries hooked up in series. If we're trying to increase the turning power of the trolling motor (rpms I guess?) which would hopefully result in an increase in water velocity, would it be better to hook the batteries up in parallel? I'm confused about what ultimately produces more power: volts or amperage. Thanks!
Diane Clayton: Wow. I learned something! Thanks!
fred bing: what wires are you using
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