DIY Stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else
Drew wrote:Thanks guys, do they get supplied with an Aussie adapter?
bildad wrote:Drew wrote:Thanks guys, do they get supplied with an Aussie adapter?
Just twist the pins with a pair of pliers so that they line up and they work fine.
keza wrote:I got this on:
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/150770246295 ... 1439.l2649
Bit more $$ but in a hard plastic case rather than just the plastic wrap.
"I noticed someone said earlier that Li-ions wouldnt drive higher powered 12v devices.
Does an output max current of 350mA mean it wont drive my sounder that needs 5-600mA to run or charge my radio which will need a similar current to charge."
"The other thing is the Li-on batteries are killed by salt water instantly. I did consider one but decided against it due to its sensitivities."
MrX wrote:Give one a go, Indie - you'll love the space/weight saving, ease of dry storage on yak (and in the car).
"I bought a 2.2Ah SLA battery and it's 900 grams..."
MrX wrote:"I bought a 2.2Ah SLA battery and it's 900 grams..."
Try a 4.8 Ah li-on. Weighs 178 grams, and smaller than a ciggie packet (and about the same cost - delivered with charger).
Get two for your multi day trips
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