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    #31
    Merong benta sa ACE Megamall and True Value Rockwell na portable car battery booster. Don't know if meron sa ibang branches nila. Estimate size is like 2x3x0.5". Claims it can start a car with fully drained battery. Haven't tried, so can't confirm if it will perform properly.

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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by machine.pistol View Post
    I also have this for my RC planes. But isn't it dangerous to be lugging this around inside your car, which is parked in the extreme heat? Ok lang ba?
    it says, only 2.2 amperes! can this really start an automobile engine?

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    #33
    Thats capacity, some lipos are capable up to 60c. It started my vvti innova and vios. Parasitic drain of my amps tends to drain my batts if i dont use the car for more than a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shibby75 View Post
    Thats capacity, some lipos are capable up to 60c. It started my vvti innova and vios. Parasitic drain of my amps tends to drain my batts if i dont use the car for more than a week.
    errr... i'm not up to the lingo.. what's "60c" ?

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    #35
    *shibby75: magkano bro yang ganyang RC battery na gamit mo?

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    #36
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    it says, only 2.2 amperes! can this really start an automobile engine?
    Yes, assuming it is true rated and capable of high discharge output..

    Capacity = 2.2 Ah
    = 2.2 A for 60 min
    = 132 A for 1 min
    = 264 A for 30 sec (enough to start most engines)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    it says, only 2.2 amperes! can this really start an automobile engine?
    Yes, assuming it is true rated and capable of high discharge output..

    Capacity = 2.2 Ah
    = 2.2 A for 60 min
    = 132 A for 1 min
    = 264 A for 30 sec (enough to start most engines)

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    #37
    Quote Originally Posted by red_one View Post
    Yes, assuming it is true rated and capable of high discharge output..

    Capacity = 2.2 Ah
    = 2.2 A for 60 min
    = 132 A for 1 min
    = 264 A for 30 sec (enough to start most engines)
    SO, the outlast motorcycle battery, should be enough.

    12N10-3B
    12V
    12 AH *10HOUR
    1.0 Current of 1Amp
    980.00 Pesos retail price


    Correct my if my computation is wrong
    120A per Hour
    720 Amp per minute

    So motorcycle battery should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_one View Post
    Yes, assuming it is true rated and capable of high discharge output..

    Capacity = 2.2 Ah
    = 2.2 A for 60 min
    = 132 A for 1 min
    = 264 A for 30 sec (enough to start most engines)
    SO, the outlast motorcycle battery, should be enough.

    12N10-3B
    12V
    12 AH *10HOUR
    1.0 Current of 1Amp
    980.00 Pesos retail price


    Correct my if my computation is wrong
    120A per Hour
    720 Amp per minute

    So motorcycle battery should work.

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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by aioshin View Post
    SO, the outlast motorcycle battery, should be enough.

    12N10-3B
    12V
    12 AH *10HOUR
    1.0 Current of 1Amp
    980.00 Pesos retail price


    Correct my if my computation is wrong
    120A per Hour
    720 Amp per minute

    So motorcycle battery should work.
    If capable of high discharge output, then it will work. Better ask Outlast store what is the maximum (peak) current output of that model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aioshin View Post
    SO, the outlast motorcycle battery, should be enough.

    12N10-3B
    12V
    12 AH *10HOUR
    1.0 Current of 1Amp
    980.00 Pesos retail price


    Correct my if my computation is wrong
    120A per Hour
    720 Amp per minute

    So motorcycle battery should work.
    If capable of high discharge output, then it will work. Better ask Outlast store what is the maximum (peak) current output of that model.

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    #39
    Sabi ng cellphone batt lang katapat nyan.

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    #40
    eto naisip kong alternative:

    TWIN BATTERY system

    - connected in parallel pa rin (syempre kung 12 V)
    - tapos hindi sabay matapos ang expected lifespan ng 2 batteries (which is 2 years minimum). say yung battery 1 is expected to die this month. tapos yung battery 2 is 2 years away pa before replacement. that way hindi mabigat sa bulsa ang palit ng battery.
    - you can do it with smaller 2 sm batteries. not 3 sm.
    - mas nakakarelax pa siguro sa battery during starting dahil dalawa silang magtutulungang magstart ng makina
    - yung cheapest battery (Pesos per month basis) na low maintenance ang kunin mo

    provided may space pa for the extra battery.

    well, sasabihin ng iba x2 ang costs pero ang hinihingi kasi ng TS e reliability (on starting).

    regarding sa cons netong system na ito e isipin nyo na lang kung ano iyon. wala ako maisip bukod sa cost e.

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