Sulfation may prevent charging sealed lead acid battery, such as the Cyclone by Hawker, after prolonged storage. If seemingly inactive, these batteries can often be reactivated by applying a higher than normal voltage. At first, the cell voltage under charge may go up to 5V and absorb only a small amount of current. Within two hours or so, the charging current converts the large sulfate crystals into active material, the cell resistance drops and the charge voltage gradually normalizes, and at a voltage of 2.10–2.40V the cell is able to accept a normal charge. To prevent damage, set the current limit to a very low level. Do not attempt to perform this service if the power supply does not allow setting current limiting.