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With the security industry becoming more and more wireless, can anyone recommend the best place to get CR123A batteries from? Think I’m overpaying at the minute, would happily buy a shed load in bulk!
Mine is in dock waiting for VW to conjure up a new battery - they say this is an isolated event ............ but various sources on the internet suggest otherwise.
If you have one of these vans - make sure you are carrying your jump leads
Not having the van for 3 days has cause me havoc with...
Just been looking at some cordless SDS drills, need one for a job with no power on site.opted for the DCH253 SDS+, only £128 for the drill on its own.
so get to the batteries.
The Dewalt branded 18v 4.0Ah battery is around £48.00, the 5.0Ah Dewalt battery is £68.00
Looking online(amazon) you can...
According to the manufacturer Marlec, recharegable batteries are not recommended with an iBoost sender. Can anyone explain why please? My non rechargeables are now flat and the only spares I have currently are rechargeable batteries. Are they ok to use temporarily?
Hi all I’m in the process of upgrading my solar set up to 2x 260w panels with a 40a mppt tracer
I’ve just bought a 2000w(4000w peak) inverter which will be running off my 2 120ah leisure batteries connected in parallel using 70mm2 cable fused at 350a
But my question should the fuse between the...
I'm having some problems with my PC's uninterpretable power supply. It came with two 12v 9Ah batteries that aren't charging anymore so I've decided to replace them with higher capacity batteries that are 12v 12Ah. The old batteries were connected in serial (plus to minus) but if I try to connect...
I'm new here and have a pretty specific question. We've got a vintage ambulance we've converted to a coffee bar. There's a mains voltage hookup to a 3 way consumer unit which runs everything including a 12v charger which charges 2 x 110Ah batteries. Now, we're looking at a pitch where...
i live in the middle of nowhere and sometimes have no electricity. instead of being at the mercy of EDF i have decided to run a 12v lighting system alongside the 230v mains system. to test if a bulb would light from a battery i wired a 12v halogen car bulb to a battery with a switch. i kept...
I have 25 batteries that are AA using 1.5 volts each, that is total = 37. 5 volts for 25 batteries. I want to know please the right way to wire all the batteries together to make a parallel and series battery pack. Please tell how to wire each battery together to connect all 25 AA...
The LED light is for a moth trap (identifying not killing).
At the moment I'm using 8 AA batteries. The batteries are 2000 mah so 1.6 amp hour in total (I think my maths is correct on that- 2000mah x 8 = 16000 divided by 1000 = 1.8 amp hour).
The boost buck regulator has 9.6 volts going in...
I have two maplin 6v 4.5ah batteries wired in series to power my dashcam while parked.
The batteries are similar to this one :
Will this split charge relay be ok to re-charge the batteries while driving?
Maypole 292 20A Caravan Dual Charge Relay Kit: Amazon.co.uk: Car & Motorbike -...
Hi guys Merry Christmas
I have an E Prance WIFI door bell system but the batteries hardly last a week, the bell takes 3 x AAA batteries,
Can I connect a mains to 4.5 volt DC transformer onto the bell without blowing the thing up.
Hello all, this is my first post so please don't grill me too soon ;)
So I've finally got mains in my shed after a few years of using 12v lighting and rolling the extension lead out when required. For a year or two, I have been running 6 x 4.5w LED clusters as main lights using a pair of 12v...
My friend has asked me if he should buy 3, 4 or 5 Ah makita batteries. All my batteries are 3Ah so I do not feel equipped to answer him as I have no experience of the others.
I am completely happy with the 3Ah ones, however what do you guys think?
Is it better to have the 5Ah as...
Hi all, just wondered if anyone has had a similar issue with their 1552 or 1553 Megger mft ?
noticed the fault started just after I changed the batteries, fuse logo came up on screen so changed that, now it works, but when testing live circuits it completes the test, but then within a few...
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