On 04/02/2014 04:01 PM, j email@example.com wrote:
As a retired battery, service engineer I find those fascinating.
Just solder two wires to the terminals in your computer and put two of
those dry cells in series.
Here is my laptop and the batteries that power it:
Whenever I suffer a power outage that lasts a year or two I hardly even
They were on an old electric pallet lift I tore apart in the mid
seventies that was ANCIENT at the time . It had a ReDiPower generator
unit replacing the battery pack - a little 4 cyl Wakeshaw gas engine
running on Propane. (which went into a friend's home made ZTR lawn
On 04/03/2014 10:53 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
In the 38 years that I was in the industrial battery business I don't
think I ever saw one of those generators, but I knew they existed.
However...a few years before I retired, one of my customers was trying a
fuel cell instead of a battery.
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