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19506Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: solar chargers

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  • j.a. tackett
    Oct 13, 2008
      i need something much much smaller         but do not fear i have been turned on to a site
      www.greenbatteries.com and from what i have seen i think these are the peopel to fly with
       
      and what is with the car batteries?
       
      why a solar charger instead of stopping at every grocery store i might see or go looking for a plug in the forrest
       
      a solar charger will be a lot easier for me
       
      i just might not come back on my bicycle
       
      i just might keep going i don`t know yet
       
      but thanks for all of the input
       
      it has helped big time..........................................

      --- On Mon, 10/13/08, Moz <list@...> wrote:

      From: Moz <list@...>
      Subject: Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: solar chargers
      To: "pure mahem" <hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com>
      Date: Monday, October 13, 2008, 3:16 PM






      Moz:
      > If cheap is the main criteria buy naked amorphous panels and wire them
      > 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

      pure mahem said:
      > Seeing how you would be using this for cycling... instead of using
      > 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!!!!!

      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 main criteria". Spending more is an easy way to save weight.

      Moz


















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