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12V power supply

Postby jorgy » Thu Nov 20, 2008 10:42 am

I'm probably not the 1st to think of this, but I'm going to try it. Better than that leaky, heavy m/c battery ;)
(on the Xmas wish list w/ wifey)

Can Tire


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Re: 12V power supply

Postby Hi-Way_man » Thu Nov 20, 2008 8:51 pm

Yepper, I been out lots but I only bring the Four Star because of field conditions, it's a bit soggy down there these days.
I got 4 flights in on Wed. Nice and sunny and very light winds from the East. This Sat is to be nice might see you there.

I see you been looking through the "Crappy Tire" catalog. Them there port a powers are a must have, Lots of pilots use them.

8-)
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Re: 12V power supply

Postby Hi-Way_man » Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:49 pm

Hi Glen , did Santa bring you a big new battery pack for for Christmas ? :shock:

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Re: 12V power supply

Postby jorgy » Wed Feb 04, 2009 8:58 am

Yuppers !!

Think it'll work just fine! 700a unit.
Connect the starter clips to the clamps, push two buttons on the back of the unit and viola" .... works like a charm.
As soon as one starter clip is removed, the unit shuts off power to the clamps.
It can sit for 3 months without needing attention, simple to charge, no mess or worry about acid spills. Not too heavy.
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