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Author Topic: Very Easy question about batteries?  (Read 5453 times)

Offline Anothertruthfinder

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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #15 on: November 24, 2008, 11:43:11 PM »
    @ Pese - thanks for your input and data and i have noticed this principle myself in induction but as mag stated there's plenty rf on the earth naturally to harvest and use, now one thing i did notice was i could make the current kind of run up the ladder and step up if you like by pulsing the transmit button, the current nearly got to 250 miliamps that way without drawing more from the batteries in the walkie talkie however the voltage would peak around 8/9 volts - so it could be a case of the correct feedback loop to obtain a perfect balance of volts/current - i feel its not quite out of the study files 
just yet - i just hope there's not too much loss on a controlled switch idea feeding it back to the batteries - maybe something to bear in mind powered by the earth rf? any case it really takes down transmit power of the walkie or whatever just by pulse transmit - maybe even use a large cap instead of batts and just start it with a few volts external/removable source hehe sound familiar?

well you could say - a spanner in the known conventional works i bring  ;D

keep up the good fight either way right or wrong folks

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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #15 on: November 24, 2008, 11:43:11 PM »

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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #16 on: November 25, 2008, 12:06:45 AM »
    @ Pese - thanks for your input

eel
what is the normal used surge on mAmos..
this suggestet 259mA. Rgus are for few milliseconds - if you pushed on the transmitter?

How do you mesured the supply current ?(if short timee?)


I dont think taht some "mysteriosly) will work - if this are for few milliseconds, that it is becoause possible (ech time) an Elco , will caharged up again, that is used to stabikze the transmittervoltage .that comes not so "solid state" from the batteries.
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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #17 on: November 25, 2008, 01:25:25 PM »
   Have you also considered stacking them the same as you would do with batteries?
Say you have 4 1.5v, if you series connect them you have 6 v at the rated amps. If you
connect two pairs in series for 3 volts each and then connect the two pairs in parallel
you then have the same 3 volts but twice the amps output.
   Figure out what voltage you want and series connect that many. Then make more
groups like that. Finally parallel all the + and - together and you have that many times
the amp output from it.

   I am finishing up my E-Bike and it has 4 12v 18ah bats two series for 24 v and both
pairs parallel for 36ah at 24v.

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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #17 on: November 25, 2008, 01:25:25 PM »
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Offline Magnethos

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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #18 on: November 25, 2008, 04:24:39 PM »
   Have you also considered stacking them the same as you would do with batteries?
Say you have 4 1.5v, if you series connect them you have 6 v at the rated amps. If you
connect two pairs in series for 3 volts each and then connect the two pairs in parallel
you then have the same 3 volts but twice the amps output.
   Figure out what voltage you want and series connect that many. Then make more
groups like that. Finally parallel all the + and - together and you have that many times
the amp output from it.

   I am finishing up my E-Bike and it has 4 12v 18ah bats two series for 24 v and both
pairs parallel for 36ah at 24v.

thaelin

I want 12 Volts and the maximum amperes. But pese says when more receivers, less power to each receiver. Mmm.... that is true in the walkie talkie case. But...
Watch this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYYysBEwA6w


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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #19 on: November 25, 2008, 05:51:08 PM »
he talk about 300 microAmps!

^2 volt even with cascading cant possibel from Univers or air.
If i have n walt talki in the next ambient, or under the papers.
than this values i know myself
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Re: Very Easy question about batteries?
« Reply #19 on: November 25, 2008, 05:51:08 PM »
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