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    #21
    usually positive muna but not coz we're following procedure but coz nakasanayan na

    ang rule lang naman huwag ma-baligtad huwag dumikit

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    #22
    jumper lang yan i-parallel lang ang baterya. dami pang procedure na positive muna, negative naman sa ground dapat. etc...

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    #23
    it's an 8 step process haha

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    jumper lang yan i-parallel lang ang baterya. dami pang procedure na positive muna, negative naman sa ground dapat. etc...
    Bakit kaya SERIES ang tawag ng mga mechanic noong unang panahon pag jumper sa battery? Eh PARALLEL connection naman ito.

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    #25
    ^

    bagsak cguro sa basic electricity 101.

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Chinoi View Post
    Bakit kaya SERIES ang tawag ng mga mechanic noong unang panahon pag jumper sa battery? Eh PARALLEL connection naman ito.
    Sa mga matatandang mekaniko ko na nga lang narinig 'yang SERIES na 'yan.
    Noong High School years ko, natanong ko sa matandang mekaniko namin
    "Tatang, bakit po pag nagja- jumper kayo sa baterya eh sinasabi niyong I- SERIES MO NGA 'YUNG BATERYA?
    Ang tamang tawag po kasi sa ganyang koneksyon e PARALLEL."

    Sinagot niya naman ako ng tanong rin:
    "O e di ba pag ikakabit, sa ingles eh SERIES?"

    Sa tanong pa lang niya, nakuha ko na ang sagot sa tanong ko. Napa- ngiti na lang ako...

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    #27
    Strictly speaking, it is a series connection because only a single load(car to be jumped) is connected to the single source(battery). Electron flow during jump start only occurs in a single loop. Yes, the batteries will be connected in parallel(source to source) but the car would be in series with the battery(or batteries in parallel).

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    #28
    ^

    ah okay. un pala ang explanation kung bakit series.

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    #29
    ^ Wrong

    If you series the batteries it will produce 24 volts.
    Last edited by 12vdc; July 11th, 2013 at 08:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    usually positive muna but not coz we're following procedure but coz nakasanayan na

    ang rule lang naman huwag ma-baligtad huwag dumikit
    Reason behind positive first is for safety.

    Bridging negative first could pose great chances of positive accidentally touching the negative since the surroundings(car chassis) is already electrically negative.

    Same safety practice for -48VDC Datacom/Telecom setup, but it uses negative as the "hot" wire (chassis being positive).

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