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Re: [Electronics_101] Re: newbie - replace 12v power supply with battery

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  • Stefan Trethan
    On Mon, 03 Jul 2006 20:20:06 +0200, kleindesign ... Why not NiMh, cheaper than lithium, and safer. And lighter in weight than SLA. You d need 10 or 11 cells.
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      On Mon, 03 Jul 2006 20:20:06 +0200, kleindesign
      <duncan.kleindesign@...> wrote:

      > wow.. thanks for the quick response people!
      > so the battery route doesn't seem too hard then..
      > at present I can't find any 12 or 14V lithium ion batteries online..
      > any suggestions for suppliers? the closest rechargeables i can find
      > are here <URL:
      > http://www.strikalite.co.uk/prodcat_type/20/ALL/0/Rechargeable_Specialist_Battery_Packs.html>
      > , or i go for sealed lead acid, but that seems a bit big/extreme!
      > regards
      > duncan


      Why not NiMh, cheaper than lithium, and safer. And lighter in weight than
      SLA.
      You'd need 10 or 11 cells.

      ST
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