How to Wire a Parallel Series Battery?

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Batteries have negative and positive poles. They can be wired in series or in parallel to achieve either a higher current or a higher voltage. Wiring them in parallel provides a higher current. This is done by connecting all the positive terminals on one lead and all the negative terminals on the second lead. The collective voltage will match the voltage of any one of the batteries.
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