Reverse Engineering of the Deep-Cycle Automotive Battery

Reverse Engineering of the Deep-Cycle Automotive Battery

Understanding the Deep-Cycle Battery in the Twenty-First Century

Frank Earl


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What if you could charge a battery while discharging it to a load source? In Reverse Engineering of the Deep-Cycle Automotive Battery, Frank Earl argues that it is possible. Taking a different approach than he did in his first book—Miracle Auto Battery—he explains how it can be done. He also evaluates what others, including Richard A. Perez, author of The Complete Battery Book, have said about charging batteries. He explores critical topics, such as • how fixation on the chemical structure of the battery has overshadow the fact that its mechanical structure is just as important as its chemical structure when it comes to new battery technology. • what role a battery’s mechanical structure plays in its cycling processes; • why it is possible to charge a deep-cycle automotive battery even as it is powering a vehicle; and • what role reverse engineering plays in improving battery life. Imagine how different the world would be if we could switch between the charging and discharging process of the deep-cycle automotive battery without having to stop one cycling process to start the other—and discover how to make it a reality.


Frank Earl:
Frank Earl is a retired heating and cooling technician who formerly worked in the automotive industry for eleven years. He earned an associate’s degree in applied business and science in the heating, cooling, and refrigeration fields from Mott Community College. He is also the author of Miracle Auto Battery: A Deep-Cycle Battery for the Twenty-First Century. He and his wife have several children and live in Michigan and Georgia.