boost charge


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boost charge

[′büst ‚chärj]
(electricity)
Partial charge of a storage battery, usually at a high current rate for a short period.
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The utility provider has laid out specifications, namely, under battery boost charge conditions, the design calls for a room ventilation system that gives a maximum residual hydrogen concentration in the room air of 1% by volume.
Unpaired electrons then accumulate around Zn-N connections and generate magnetic forces that can boost charge separation and mobility during the reaction known as photocatalysis.
The intelligent circuit board reacts to user commands, and at the push of a button, the charger harnesses all its energy for a three minute quick boost charge or a full charge can be completed in about 30 minutes.
Always slow charge a deep cycle battery; never fast charge or boost charge it
Charge mode during generator run is selectable between normal temperature compensated float charge and boost charge.
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The district's wholesale water rates are considered moderate, and the planned increases that will boost charges from $150 per acre-foot currently to $200 by fiscal 2009 are not expected to raise affordability concerns.