[Abbenay] router battery pack
lars.sjogreen at jayway.com
Tue Jul 20 14:59:40 CDT 2010
Using batteries (esp. rechargeables) in parallel is not a good idea because
the bad batteries tend to leech off the good ones making them bad too over
Have you considered using a 12 volt led/acid car battery (or something
similar <http://www.clasohlson.se/Product/Product.aspx?id=134951217>) plus
some kind of voltage
On Sun, Jul 11, 2010 at 11:49 AM, Leo Nordwall <nordwall at interactingarts.org
> Changing often might not be such a big problem as I'm not planning to use
> the device more than, say, one or two hours a day maximum.
> So, suppose I connect a series of 4 batteries (AA). Would that give me 6V,
> right? Would adding another series of four in parallell double the battery
> time? How long would "short" be? Hmmm...
> I've been searching but I suspect that the results from battery pack
> are simple in theory, yet possibly disappointing in practice. (That's why
> I'm asking these trivial things.)
> // script_kitten
> On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 9:20 AM, Olle Jonsson <olle.jonsson at gmail.com>
> > > LiPo-batteries have more power but are harder to take care of. You
> > > mishandle them (overcharging, letting them go empty etc).
> > Just for reference: http://ladyada.net/make/solarlipo/ talks about LiPo.
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