... Sure, if you can *find* a free battery that s lighter it makes sense to use one. To repeat the first sentence of that paragraph: if CHEAP is the mainMessage 1 of 31 , Oct 13, 2008View SourceMoz:
> If cheap is the main criteria buy naked amorphous panels and wire thempure mahem said:
> into a home-built housing, then get a cheap solar regulator and an old
> car battery (often available free, but very low joules/kg rating at
> Seeing how you would be using this for cycling... instead of usingSure, if you can *find* a free battery that's lighter it makes sense
> the heavy car battery wouldn't it make more sense to use a
> rechargeable 6 volt lantern battery. With that alone you just got
> cheap and about 25 lbs lighter than a car battery!!!!!
to use one. To repeat the first sentence of that paragraph: "if CHEAP
is the main criteria". Spending more is an easy way to save weight.
thanks this should keep me busy for awhile...... just got my super shelter in the post today......... raining here tomorrow i will go and see how itMessage 31 of 31 , Oct 15, 2008View Sourcethanks this should keep me busy for awhile......
just got my super shelter in the post today.........
tomorrow i will go and see how it sets up
--- On Tue, 10/14/08, Arye P Rubenstein <aprarye@...> wrote:
From: Arye P Rubenstein <aprarye@...>
Subject: [Hammock Camping] Re: solar chargers
Date: Tuesday, October 14, 2008, 10:41 PM
another place to check for solar stuff is
<http://scientificso nline.com/ category. asp_Q_c_E_ 421196>
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