Maintaining, Changing VW Brake Parts

Posted in torx Screwdrivers by Admin on September 14, 2012 No Comments yet

Maintaining and changing brakes on your own VW vehicle is not as hard as you may think. but, keep in mind that when you change your own brake pads, there are some other aspects that should be checked also to ensure that your brake pads are safe and dependable. If the brake pads or brake shoes are worn and need to be replaced, chances are other VW brake parts in the brake system may require attention too. The most obvious ones would be the brake rotors or drums and brake calipers or wheel cylinders. Both the front and rear brakes should be inspected.

A quality brake job should cover everything from the brake master cylinder where you add the brake fluid, to the calipers and wheel cylinders.

Changing the brakes include inspecting all the mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical components in both the front and rear brakes. If necessary, replace the front and rear brake pads. Then, inspect or replace brake rotors or disks.

Brake rotors require a clean, smooth, flat surface on the rotors. Otherwise your brake performance will suffer. A rough surface will accelerate pad wear. it will also increase the risk of noise. an uneven surface or variations in rotor thickness can cause vibrations, noise and annoying brake pedal pulsations. Brake drums that have grooves or any kind of damage should be replaced immediately. sometimes, you cannot do all auto work by yourself. Your local auto parts store can help you turn the rotors for these discs to have extra life so you do not have to buy new.

The next thing to do is to check the level and condition of your brake fluid. Changing the fluid is recommended to get rid of moisture contamination. Always follow vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.

Changing the brake pads is the next step. Remember that there are books at your local auto parts store, on eBay, and at any bookstore that you can also buy. These will give you step by step instructions along with picture illustrations as to how to change and maintain brake pads.

First off you need to purchase break pads, which are available from any local auto parts store. You can also purchase the pads from a dealer but they run a lot more than the local auto parts store. There are many different brands of brake pads but what you have to put on my vehicle are the ones that are considered lifetime. These run a little more, but the cost covers itself in the long run. The next time you do a break job you take the lifetime ones back in and they exchange them free of charge.

Do not hurry up. take your time in familiarizing yourself with the brakes on your car before you begin work. it is also a good idea to work on one side at a time in case you have trouble. in that way, you have one side to use as a reference. Remember that your front brakes provide most of the stopping power for your vehicle.

Changing the front brake pads require setting of your parking brake, and block the rear tires so your vehicle will not move. Loosen the lug nuts. using a jack, raise your vehicle and place it securely on jack stands. Then, remove the lug nuts and remove the wheel.

Now you can see the brake calipers holding the brake pads against the rotors. There are 2 pads in each wheel that squeeze the rotor. Unbolt the caliper mounting bolts and pull the caliper back from the rotor. Be careful not to bend or break the brake hose. sometimes the caliper mounting bolts require you to use a Torx or Star bit instead of a normal socket set. These can also be purchased at your local auto parts store and an employee will help you to purchase the size that is just right for your VW vehicle. Plan ahead and make sure you have the right tools for the job to save you a trip back to the auto parts store.

After you remove the caliper, remove the front brake pad and leave the rear pad in place. using a C-clamp, compress the caliper piston into the caliper housing. make sure you remove the cap off the brake reservoir before you do this. this needs to be done so that when you put the new pads in the caliper, it will create a space to put the caliper back on.

Examine the break pads for unusual or uneven wear. These could be signs of a problem that need to be taken care of immediately.

While doing this, it is also a good time to examine the condition of the rotors. You will need to get the rotors turned or replaced if they have deep groves or if you have noticed that the car shudders when you hit the brakes.

Install the new pads in the caliper. Usually it is best to place the inner pad first, then the outer pad second. Before you install the pads back on to the caliper, make sure the piston is fully depressed. Once the pads are properly seated in the caliper, put the caliper back on the rotor and bolt it firmly in place.

If everything is correct, then you can put the wheel back on, hand tighten the lug nuts, and lower the car to the ground. finish tightening the lug nuts in a start pattern so that they are even.

The last thing to do in doing a brake job is to test the brakes. Carefully check your brakes and brake fluid levels before entering traffic. sometimes some air can get into the brake lines when you change the brake pads. If this happens, you will need to bleed the brakes before you try to move the car again.

Free Ringtones

Posted in Ringtones Logos & Software by Admin on September 3, 2012 No Comments yet

Most cell phone manufacturers and websites offer ringtones to mobile users free or at low cost. Before downloading free melodious ringtones, check your phone’s ringtone compatibility. Generally free ringtones offered by Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola etc may be found on their websites under names like melodies, ringer tones, tunes, ringing tones or rings. Owing to the universal development of free ringtones, top commercial musical ringtones are becoming unpopular and rare.

Motorola has come up with five different free ringtone formats over the last four years. All these ringtones are based on the keypress sequence, which means that the mobile owner need not understand his phone’s ringtone composer. just following instructions as per Motorola’s ringtones keypress sequence. Sanyo also offers free polyphonic ringtones in (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) MIDI format for Sanyo mobile users. Sprint PCS has also entered the marketplace. In case of the recent Alcatel mobile phones manufactured after 2001, the user can download free Alcatel ringtones either with the help of WAP (Wireless Internet) or by using built-in ringtone composer.

On the other hand, the global leader in cell phone manufacturers Nokia is offering more than 1200 free and user-friendly Nokia ringtones for their customers in keypress format. Every day Nokia updates free celebrity ringtones for Nokia mobile phones. Nokia now offers free polypohnic ringtones along with free color picture logos to its customers for its unique model no.321. In the same way different companies offer user-friendly and melodious free ringtones in different formats to their customers.

The free ringtones offered by different mobile manufacturers and websites include the series of Unclassified Ringtones, Techno Ringtones (Wildly popular), Tropical Ringtones, Morbid Ringtones, Speedy Melodies, Far West Melodies, Buzz-Tones, Jazzy Spring Ringtones and Mystery Ringtones.

How to Save Battery Life on the HTC EVO

Posted in batteries For Nokia by Admin on August 30, 2012 No Comments yet

Like thousands, I ran out opening weekend and grabbed up a Sprint HTC EVO. The EVO is without a doubt the coolest smartphone I have ever owned. yet the biggest complaint facing the EVO is battery life. well the good news is that I have discovered several tricks and tips to extend the battery life over 50% and I am here to share them with you.

The number one complaint I always read about elite gadget phones or smartphones is their battery life. The battery issue isn not only relegated to the HTC EVO. I avoided the iPhone and iPods for a few years because of their issues when it came to battery life. Fortunately for you EVO owners, it doesn’t always have to be that way.

Now if you left your HTC EVO set up the way it is when you open up the box, you will be disappointed with the phone’s battery life. if you left your phone on with the 4G network enabled, the battery life of your EVO would not make it through the day. I learned that the hard way. So that said, here are a few simple steps you can take to extend your EVO’s battery life over 50%.

Tip #1 – Download the Advanced Task Killer app from the app store. if I was going to rank the must-have apps for the EVO, this would be number one. Go to the market icon on your phone, type in Advanced Task Killer and download it. it is free. Once you have downloaded it, put it on your home screen. Click it and you will see a list of every app and task that is running on your EVO. The first time I did it, I was stunned and you will be too. some of these apps on your EVO will turn on automatically with no rhyme or reason. Unless you see the apps running, you would have no idea. these apps are bleeding the battery life of your phone dry Simply check every app you want to kill and then tap kill selected apps. I check them all. I will turn them on if and when I need them. This baby will save you big time on your battery life and it is free.

Tip #2 – Download the Battery Status Pro app from the app store. if I was going to rank the must-have EVO apps, this would be number two. This is a phenomenal app and it is 100% free. Once again, go to the market place icon on your phone, type in Battery Status Pro and download it. there is a paid and free version. you only need the free version. Put this on your home screen once you download it. Tap it and you will see a complete breakdown of the battery life left on your phone. you get down to the second time left on your battery in various modes from Standby Time, Talktime, Internet Use (with or without Wi-Fi), etc. This app will let you know exactly how much time you have for whatever you want to do. This is a great way to budget your battery life so you do not waste it on something you do not need.

Tip #3 – Change the brightness of your home screen. Out of the box, your HTC EVO is bright as a summer day’s sun. it looks great but you really do not need all of that brightness, unless you are in a dark place. Tap your Menu button on the bottom of the EVO and go to Settings – Sounds & Display – Brightness. there you can slide your bar all the way to the left which will darken your phone and save you a lot of battery life. You’d be surprised at the difference in your EVO’s battery life once you make this simple adjustment.

Tip #4 – Turn off that 4G Look, I am still not convinced that 4G is the be-all and end-all that Sprint is making it out to be. 4G is nice and you pay for it, but it will suck your battery dry. you do not need it. 3G is just as fast and it will not nearly do the damage to your battery life that 4G will do. I only use the 4G if I have my EVO plugged in somewhere. To turn it off simply tap your Menu button on the bottom of the phone, go to Settings – Wireless & Networks – 4G. Simply tap the 4G button and watch it disconnect. Your phone will now be connected to the network via 3G. while you are in Wireless & Networks, tap the button next to Wi-Fi. This will disconnect your EVO from constantly searching for Wi-Fi networks which will also drain your battery. if you want to connect to a Wi-Fi network, just tap it again to turn it back on.

Tip #5 – Adjust your email settings. Users can adjust the frequency to which the network searches for your emails. if you have your EVO searching for your emails every 5 minutes, those searches every few minutes will help drain your battery. Go to Messages, tap the Menu button at the bottom-More- Settings-Send & Receive-Set download frequency. Here you can adjust the network to check for new mail every 5-60 minutes. Depending upon the account and how frequently you need to see new email, I would recommend every 30 minutes. Now you can always open your messages in the meantime which will automatically refresh and bring up any new mail. However, this tiny adjustment will help save quite a bit of battery life throughout the day.

Tip #6 – Turn off your social networks. The EVO offers a ton of great apps for social networking. Myspace, Facebook, and Twitter all have their own apps. This makes life a lot easier if you are as involved with the social networks as I am. However, a default setting on most of these apps will keep them on indefinitely which will give you immediate notifications across your network. This is all well and good but that tiny luxury will kill your battery life. Make sure you have these apps all set not to automatically update. To make sure, tap your Advanced Task Killer and kill them if they are running.

Tip #7 – Make sure to turn off your home screen. if you are like me, you like to leave your phone open constantly for new emails, notifications, etc. However, this will kill your battery and is not always necessary. if you are busy or won’t need the phone immediately, just simply tap the button on the very top of your phone. This puts your phone into sleep mode. Your phone is still on and you will hear notifications, but you will save hours on your battery life by leaving the EVO in standby mode. Additionally, make sure your home screen times out at some point in case you forget to do this manually. Go to the Menu button on bottom and then Settings – Sound & Display – Screen timeout. Here you have the option to have your home shut down anywhere from 15 seconds to never. for me, 15 seconds is a little too quick. I like to keep mine set to 2 minutes. I would probably save a little more life on the battery by taking it down to a minute, but that is just too quick for me and the way I use my EVO. either way you have plenty of options here, make sure you use them.

So there you go. I have passed this advice on to several friends who are now eternally grateful for the extra battery life they have on their EVO. Make these simple adjustments and the difference will be like having two extra batteries connected to your EVO.

Enjoy your new EVO and remember.turn off that 4G

Two Way Pagers VS Cell Phones

Posted in Pagers by Admin on August 30, 2012 No Comments yet

Some people will tell you that two way pagers are better and more convenient than cell phones. this may seem hard to believe, especially if you haven’t owned a pager in a while. but, the truth is that the latest models offer great features at a reasonable price, and this is what’s making them competitive with cell phones.

The old Days

To understand how far along these tools have come, let’s go back to the dark ages . a couple of years ago

Beepers, as we used to call them, could only receive messages. that means that pager would display someone calling you, but you couldn’t use it to call anybody.

They also displayed only numbers. this meant that your beeper would go off, and it would give you a series of numbers with no name or anything. then, you had to go to a phone and call back the person, who you may not even be sure of.

That Was then, this is Now

Now, we have two way pagers and alpha-numeric pagers. Two way means that you can send messages as well as receive them. Alpha-numeric means that you can use text as well as numbers.

Different styles have different text features. for example, they usually only allow you to send short messages, although there are modles out there that have expanded character length.

Different models have different ways of inputting text. most have a tiny QWERTY keyboard that you can use with a couple of fingers to enter text. some of the best models that have come out in the last few years have been those that flip open like a modern cell. this way, they can be kept compact.

The best state-of-the-art text messaging models have Internet capabilities. this means that you are effectively carrying a tiny computer around in your pocket. the features are usually a little limited, but you can still get news reports, e-mail, and surf some regular websites.

The Price is Right

One reason why these are now competitive with mobile telephones is the price. even the fanciest versions are still cheaper than most cell phones. Options like nationwide paging, which allow you to get and send messages virtually anywhere, are often better deals than mobile network roaming rates. Pagers usually have better range and reception, as well.

In many situations, pagers are more convenient to use. for example, those who use a cell phone for their business might find that a pager works just as well without the extra features they don’t need. they can also knock a few bucks off the price. with the cost lower than cell phones, a small business owner can afford to equip all their employees with these communication tools.

The claims that the reception is better than that of cellular service is true. this is because pagers operate on a regular, simple radio frequency. they do not have as much information to transmit. On the other hand, mobile phones need to be used where there are towers to pick up the signal.

We’ve all had problems with our cellular reception. it seems like no matter how they improve technology, your conversations still turn into Swiss cheese when you go under a bridge. Pagers don’t have this problem.

It’s more important than ever to be reachable no matter where you are. Before you head out and buy a cell phone, you should check out what the paging industry has to offer. Text messaging pagers can save you money and trouble.

LG KE850 Prada – The New Touchscreen Phone from LG

Posted in lg Accessories by Admin on August 30, 2012 No Comments yet

LG KE850 Prada is the latest designer phone from the stable of LG. The phone offers a unique elegant touch and feel in its overall design. this is a sleek handset, in fact it has a depth of just 12mm. It is also very lightweight with a weight of just 86 grams. These dimensions make it easy for the users to slip the phone in their pocket.

The KE850 has a 3 inch color display. The display has a very high screen resolution of 240x 400 pixels. also the display is a LCD touch screen. Another good thing about the phone is that it uses a macromedia flash user interface. this makes all the operations comparatively easy.

The LG KE850 Prada also has a very good built in camera. The camera is equipped with a Schneider Kreuznach lens. It is a 2 mega pixel camera coupled with a LED flash. The phone also offers a 4x zoom. this makes sure that the camera clicks the most awesome pictures.

There is also a video recording facility. this facility helps the users to capture their dearest moments . they can also save it in the phone and share it with other people. they can also play the videos in the phone itself. The phone supports various video formats like MPEG4, H263 and H264 video.

The LG KE850 Prada also has the ability to send, receive and store emails. The phone also provides an amazing music experience. It has a inbuilt music player that supports MP3, AAC, and WMA & Real Audio sound. The phone also supports Mp3 and polyphonic ring tones.

The LG Prada also enables the users to connect hassle free in the wireless environment, through Bluetooth technology. The users can also make fast data transfer and download by using the phone’s EDGE technology . There is also a document viewer to view all the important documents. this document viewer is compatible with file formats like Word, Power Point, Excel, & Adobe Acrobat files.

The LG KE850 Prada has 8 MB of internal memory. The memory can also be extended with a microSD card. The phone has a standby battery time of 300 hours. It also has a talk time of 3 hours.

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 & Samsung G600 – Affordable and Fashionable

Posted in batteries For Sony Ericsson by Admin on August 29, 2012 No Comments yet

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 & Samsung G600 are the finest examples of fusion of state of art technologies and style. Both the companies are one of the best in their field. Samsung of course as the whole world knows is one of the finest makers of quality home appliances. the products of Samsung speak volumes of the performance and standards that their company has set for them. Although the company is more famous for its home appliances but still its mobile phones are the ones that can give any handset existing in market, a run for their money. While, Sony Ericsson is other company that is famous for its classy widgets. Their mobile phones are installed with ground-breaking technology and have a distinct touch to them. thus it can be very clearly seen that both the companies are different in their own respect. following is the detailed comparison of the two mobile gadgets.

Size & Dimensions – the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is blessed with the most ultra-stylish looks and slim shape. Its dimensions of 110.5 x 52.6 x 17 mm clearly suggest that. In addition to its slim shape it also has got a very light weight of only 158 grams. on the other hand Samsung G600 is a widget that can be termed as the style icon because of its excellent shape which is evident from its vital stats of 101 x 47.8 x 14.9 mm. not only that the phone has a weight of only 104 grams. thus it is very clear that both the phones are an icon of all sorts in this field.

Display Screen – Samsung G600 TFT display screen that ca support around 16 million colours. also the screen has got the reasonably big size of 2.2 inches that allows proper viewing for the users. the display screen has the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. thus in all sense it is a display screen that can prove to be an eye catching feature of all sorts. While talking about the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 display screen, the users will not be disappointed with it. It has a TFT touchscreen display screen that can support around 65 thousand colours and has the resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. the size of display is 3 inches and it has got a Full QWERTY keyboard which allows the users to operate a keypad that runs on the lines of normal computer keyboard. It also has the Optical joystick navigation feature in it.

Memory – Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 has got an internal memory of 400 mega bytes. the memory can also be expanded courtesy to microSD card. It has the 256 mega bytes of RAM and 512 mega bytes of storage memory. It also has the Qualcomm MSM7200 528MHz processor which is a main reason of its fast processing speed. It can keep practically unlimited entries of phone numbers and gives the feature of Photocall. It can also keep the call records of practically unlimited number of calls. Samsung G600 comes with 55 mega bytes of embedded memory. It can also store 1000 different phone number entries and can keep the call records of last 30 dialled, 30 received and 30 missed calls. also users can employ microSD card for the extension of memory.

Data – Samsung G600 comes with a GPRS of class 10 and also has the EDGE technology of class 10 that operates at a 236.8 kbps. It also has a built-in Bluetooth and USB port. the phone from Samsung allows the users to send and receive SMS, MMS and Email. While Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 has got the GPRS technology of class 10, it also has EDGE and at the same time is 3G HSDPA network enabled phone that again operates at an exceptional speed of 7.2 Mbps. It also has WLAN – Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and built-in Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP which are guarantee of better connectivity every time. It also has the Operating system of Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 which makes it stand out from others. It also allows the users to send and receive text messaging, picture messaging, Email, Push E-Mail and even Instant Messaging.

Camera – Samsung G600 has a built-in camera of 5 mega pixels that can click photos of 2592E1944 pixels. It also has the feature of autofocus, image stabiliser and flash feature. on the other hand Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 comes with a built-in camera of 3.15 mega pixels and at the same time can capture images of 2048×1536 pixels. Its camera also has the feature of autofocus and flash. It even has the secondary videocall camera.

Other Features – Samsung G600 has got Java MIDP 2.0, MP3/AAC/AAC+/e-AAC+/WMA player, Stereo FM radio and Document viewer (Word, Excel, Power Point, PDF). While Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 comes with A-GPS function, Java MIDP 2.0, FM radio with RDS, MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player, Motion sensor (with UI auto-rotate), Pocket Office(Word, Excel, Outlook, PDF viewer), TrackID music recognition. the TrackID music recognition feature gives all information about the playing track. the sound output quality is also very tremendous. It also has the Picture editor/blogging feature.

Battery – the standby time of Samsung G600′s battery is around 300 hours while Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 battery of has the standby time of 833 hours approximately.

At the both Samsung G600 & Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 emerges as the mobile gadgets that have everything in world to be the best.

Pay As You Go Phones & SIM Free Phones: Save Your Expenses in Different Manners

Posted in orange Sim Cards by Admin on August 29, 2012 No Comments yet

It is a known fact that today handsets are available with a number of deals and plans. the phones can be categorized in various types according to their deals and plans. We can take pay as you go phones and SIM free phones as instances in this respect.

The cheap pay as you go phones are the handsets in which you have to make all the payment of usage beforehand. There is no billing system and you can talk to your loved once until you have the balance in your pay as you go account. If the balance of your account is finished then you can get your account topped up and recharge it and start using it again.

On the other hand, SIM free handsets are the phones which come without SIM cards. so, the users are free to insert their own SIM cards which can be bought under the SIM only deals. so, you can get the SIM cards with either contract deals or pay as you go plans.

In pay as you phones, you get the freedom to change your network service provider any time without giving and prior information to your current provider. on the other hand, in SIM free phones, you get the freedom to choose you network provider and can change the SIM card if you wish to change the network service instead of changing the entire handset.

Both types of handsets save the expenses of the handset users, but in different manners. the pay as you go mobile phone phones allow the users to fix the limit of their mobile phone expenses. on the other hand, in case of SIM free handsets, users are just required to change the SIM card at the time of changing network provider, so the expenses of the handsets are saved.

So, there is no doubt in the fact that users can get a plenty of benefits if they buy pay as you go phones or SIM free phones. a wide variety of these handsets can be seen on several comparison portals.

Panasonic Battery

Posted in batteries For Sharp by Admin on August 28, 2012 No Comments yet

There are so many batteries in the market today. Normally it is a personal decision on what you would like to have. the best bet would be the recognized brands of various batteries. the Panasonic battery is one of the most recognized battery brands.

The Panasonic battery is not only used in watches but in almost all electric devices. They come in different magnitude and the price is the same no matter what device you would like to use it in. the unvarying thing with these batteries is that you should only make use of new ones when you need them. Never by any chance should you mix the old and the new because the old tend to release a liquid that is harmful to the new.

There are battery brands that serve to last over long periods of time while others are meant to be used in devices that require a lot of power. Panasonic battery is for the latter category. They are very good for cameras, cell phones and the like. these are devices that use a lot of power to function.

They are packed in even numbers. the highest amount you will find is a dozen. the dozen packages are well recommended for camping trips and other adventurous outings where civilization is no where within. by civilization I mean that it is not possible to access items like batteries. Technology has it that it is now possible to know when the battery is running out so you know when to put in a new set.

Deep Cycle Battery Charger Selection and Operation

Posted in batteries For Sharp by Admin on August 28, 2012 No Comments yet

Selecting the correct charger depends primarily on the design of your deep cycle battery, so the first thing you need to do is determine the construction type of your battery. there are a few popular types these days, and each has its own unique characteristics. One charger will not work for all types, so this step is very important. The four most common types of deep cycle batteries are wet cell, gel cell, absorbed glass mat, and the valve regulated lead-acid type, or VRLA.

Most people are familiar with the wet cell battery. just like an automotive battery, this type has a liquid electrolyte that fills internal compartments, or cells, in which lead plates are hung. This is the most common type of deep cycle battery and is available off-the-shelf at most sporting goods and major department stores. The AGM (absorbed glass mat) construction uses a woven mesh material to absorb the electrolyte and keep it in constant contact with the lead compound. It is a sealed design and considered maintenance free, unlike some of the wet-cell batteries. It is, however, quite similar to the wet-cell and can use the same type of charger. The VRLA is also of sealed construction, but its main differentiation is that is uses an internal valve to vent the gases created during the charging cycle. It also can use the same type of charger as the wet-cell batteries.

A multiple stage deep cycle battery charger is used for the three battery types listed above. This charger comes in many sizes, so you do have to match the correct charger for your size battery. If you have more than one battery installed in your power supply, then you will need a multiple bank type charger. This is actually two, three, or even four chargers built into one unit. Depending on what country you live in, you also need to match the input voltage of the charger to the correct voltage of your service. If price is a major factor in your purchasing decision, you will find many basic deep cycle chargers available off-the-shelf. these will be lower priced, manually operated, and with few special features built in. you will need to start and stop this charger manually in most cases, and unhook the connectors when not in use. you will also need to manually set the dials and switches on the front panel for each operation and different battery that you charge.

If you are maintaining a higher quality battery, you may want to consider purchasing a smart charger instead. The smart charger is simply a computer controlled charger that actually takes readings from the battery it is connected to and then sends the proper charging voltages and currents necessary to provide a complete charge. many of the smart chargers also have a built-in equalizing charge that kicks in after the primary charging is completed. This equalizing process evens out the charges in the individual battery cells.

The fourth type of battery, the gel cell, is considered a deep-deep cycle battery as it is designed to for extended cycle times and consequently, longer recharge times. The electrolyte inside the gel cell battery has been mixed with a thickening agent to solidify the solution. a smart charger is the preferred choice for maintaining the gel cell, but primarily because the gel cell is most susceptible to damage from over charging or improper charging. This type of battery can endure higher ambient temperatures that a wet-cell battery and can provide extended operating times that other battery types, but it does require special equipment to maintain it properly.

A good quality charger can take much of the guesswork out of properly maintaining your deep cycle marine battery. Whether you use a low-cost basic charger or a state-of-art smart charger, following a strict battery maintenance routine can ensure many years of trouble-free life from your trolling motor battery and other deep cycle batteries that you use.

Explore The Digital World With Cellular Phones

Posted in sagem Accessories by Admin on August 27, 2012 No Comments yet

A cellular phone popularly known as ‘cell phone’ or ‘mobile phone’ is an electronic device used for mobile communication. the basic concept of cell phone began in 1947 when researchers looked at crude mobile (car) phones and realized that by using small cells (range of service area) with frequency reuse could increase the traffic capacity of mobile phones substantially, however, the technology to do it was nonexistent.

Apart from performing the standard voice function of a telephone, a cellular phone offers many other services, for example – SMS, text messaging, instant messaging, built-in cameras and camcorders, internet browsing, infrared, Bluetooth connectivity, games, MMS, TV, video, songs, ringtones, screensavers etc.

Nowadays cellular phones are used for a multitude of different jobs including just plain jibber-jabber, data transfer (I will go into this mode of cellular telephony in-depth later), corporate deals, surveillance, emergencies, and countless other applications.

With the introduction of advanced mobile phone system, the new digital technology has found its way. the top five mobile phone manufacturers available in all countries comprise of about 75%v of all phones old. these are Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, SonyEricsson and LG. apart from these leading manufacturing companies there are other small manufacturers such as Apple Inc., Audiovox (now UT Starcom), Benefon, BenQ-Siemens, High Tech Computer Corporation (HTC), Fujitsu, Kyocera, LG Mobile, Mitsubishi, Motorola, NEC, Neonode, Panasonic (Matsushita Electric), Pantech Curitel, Philips, Research In Motion, Sagem, Samsung, Sanyo, Sharp, Siemens, Sierra Wireless, SK Teletech, Sonim Technologies, Sony Ericsson, T&A Alcatel,Toshiba, and Verizon.

There are two basic elements of the cellular phones i.e frequency reuse and cell splitting.
These two basic elements provide the network an opportunity to handle more simultaneous calls, decrease the transmitters/receivers output/input wattage/gain and a universal signal quality.

Mobile phones work on batteries, which are to be recharged from mains power, a USB port or from a cigarette lighter port in a car. most of the cellular phones have lithium-polymer batteries as these are of very lighter and because of the possibility to make the battery shape other than strict cuboids.

Since the last two decades, the culture of cellular phones has evolved to a great deal. It has grown from a phase of being rare and expensive pieces of equipment used primarily by the business elite to a pervasive low-cost personal item. In most of the countries, cell phones have outnumbered landline phones, with almost people under all age groups using mobile phones. Mobile phones have become a trend and a fashion object.

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