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Old 11-30-2009, 09:03 AM   #1
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This will be 80v and 750ah, How long do you think you could run your camper on that ? Edited by: gtoguy1967
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Old 11-30-2009, 11:16 PM   #2
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Just long enough for me to boil the water out of it and kill it.

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Janets hair dyer could kill it in about 4.75 minutes

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interesting. i would'nt know how to figure that out. are you having problems with your current set-up? how do you plan on building a battery? wait a minute does this have anything to do with the custom entertainment system you installed into the siding of your trailer? whats next cutting a 60" plasma next to your stereo? is that really why you need more power?...just breaking chops. its going to be a long winter. all kidding aside im interested in what your looking to do. please keep us posted with your results.
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...whats next cutting a 60" plasma next to your stereo?


Excellent thought, spinella. Any ideas how a guy could run that past the wife, AND convince her to go for it ?
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aaahhhh...i'm sitting here staring at my screen and thinking...NOPE there is no good way to pass that by her convice her to go for it, so ask for forgivness not permission.
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I'm looking for my own reality TV show lol

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No this is for work, I work with Industrial Batteries. The smallest battery I typically would deal with would be 1000#'s. All the way up to 6000#.

In batteries every cell is 2 volts, So count the vent caps and multiply by two and you get the voltage of your battery. Your 6 volt is actually three batteries put in series to make 6 volt.

In industrial applications you can replace a battery when it fails for what ever reason. When you have 40 cells you want to be able to replace one if it goes bad.

We test rebuild acid adj and hopefully sell these.
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Very interesting, gtoguy; I like it when I learn something new!
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I will try to take a few pics here soon of these batteries so you can see what I mean.

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