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Posted 14 December 2013 - 06:35 pm

paulus are they the same batteries on the inside



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Posted 14 December 2013 - 08:12 pm

 

 

the thing is lads 18650 batteries, a charging circuit and a safety circuit are all that's in the deben packs  :yes:

must be different quality of summat as these dont power normal lamps mate ive tried them

 

:hmm:

 

are you using one of these blue batteries like paulus



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:05 am

paulus are they the same batteries on the inside

they are 18650 batteries 



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:05 am

 

 

 

the thing is lads 18650 batteries, a charging circuit and a safety circuit are all that's in the deben packs  :yes:

must be different quality of summat as these dont power normal lamps mate ive tried them

 

:hmm:

 

are you using one of these blue batteries like paulus

 

no... you have to buy a minimum quantity 



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 04:12 pm

 

 

 

 

the thing is lads 18650 batteries, a charging circuit and a safety circuit are all that's in the deben packs  :yes:

must be different quality of summat as these dont power normal lamps mate ive tried them

 

:hmm:

 

are you using one of these blue batteries like paulus

 

no... you have to buy a minimum quantity 

 

how many would you have to buy mate ? as few if wanted them could all chip and the batteries could be dished out thats if they work



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 04:13 pm

 

 

 

 

 

the thing is lads 18650 batteries, a charging circuit and a safety circuit are all that's in the deben packs  :yes:

must be different quality of summat as these dont power normal lamps mate ive tried them

 

:hmm:

 

are you using one of these blue batteries like paulus

 

no... you have to buy a minimum quantity 

 

how many would you have to buy mate ? as few if wanted them could all chip and the batteries could be dished out thats if they work

 

it said 10 on that link i put up 



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 04:44 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

the thing is lads 18650 batteries, a charging circuit and a safety circuit are all that's in the deben packs  :yes:

must be different quality of summat as these dont power normal lamps mate ive tried them

 

:hmm:

 

are you using one of these blue batteries like paulus

 

no... you have to buy a minimum quantity 

 

how many would you have to buy mate ? as few if wanted them could all chip and the batteries could be dished out thats if they work

 

it said 10 on that link i put up 

 

http://www.alibaba.c...MOQF&moqt=MOQT1

 

the minimum quantity on these ones is 1



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 05:23 pm

You can easily make these battery packs up plenty of vids on youtube :thumbs:

 

If you do make one ffs make sure you know what you are doing they can and will explode  :yes:  insulate the batteries from each other, always use the same make and type (ie size)

 

Off the top of my head they need to have a set of mixed parallel and series configs but I'd need to research it to be positive :thumbs:



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Posted 16 December 2013 - 09:49 am

so will these batteries be as bright as a tracer lithium12v 22 amp



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Posted 16 December 2013 - 10:17 am

[quote name="mushroom" post="3471884" timestamp="1387128239"]

You can easily make these battery packs up plenty of vids on youtube :thumbs:
 
If you do make one ffs make sure you know what you are doing they can and will explode  :yes:  insulate the batteries from each other, always use the same make and type (ie size)
 
Off the top of my head they need to have a set of mixed parallel and series configs but I'd need to research it to be positive :thumbs:[/quote

I was thinking about this, could you not make one out of a old laptop battery or cordless drill or something along those lines? ]

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Posted 16 December 2013 - 08:33 pm

[quote name="mushroom" post="3471884" timestamp="1387128239"]

You can easily make these battery packs up plenty of vids on youtube :thumbs:
 
If you do make one ffs make sure you know what you are doing they can and will explode  :yes:  insulate the batteries from each other, always use the same make and type (ie size)
 
Off the top of my head they need to have a set of mixed parallel and series configs but I'd need to research it to be positive :thumbs:[/quote

I was thinking about this, could you not make one out of a old laptop battery or cordless drill or something along those lines? ]

Seen some stuff online but tbh Lithium is an unstable mofo!!! If you don't know exactly what you are doing overheating and exploding is the outcome.

 

I once tried to attach a DeWalt cordless drill battery to my gun lamp and as soon as I turned it on, boom went the lamp and that had the exact same specs as the batteries it came with. The prolem was the battery set up (series/parallel) overloaded and fried the electronics in the lamp (LED)



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Posted 27 December 2013 - 03:57 pm

Has anyone tried and tested a chinese lithium battery pack with a led lamp, even if i only get couple months out of it i dont mind. If anyone has stick a link up please . I am using a bike battery at the moment and its starting to dim after about 40 mins now so need to replace badly and cant afford a proper lithium cheers 



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Posted 27 December 2013 - 04:12 pm

Has anyone tried and tested a chinese lithium battery pack with a led lamp, even if i only get couple months out of it i dont mind. If anyone has stick a link up please . I am using a bike battery at the moment and its starting to dim after about 40 mins now so need to replace badly and cant afford a proper lithium cheers 


What sort of lamp are you using? I am using a lightforce 170 and the batterys last 2 hours max that's with 2 batterys 7 amp. Hopefully have a li ion soon

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Posted 27 December 2013 - 04:58 pm

Has anyone tried and tested a chinese lithium battery pack with a led lamp, even if i only get couple months out of it i dont mind. If anyone has stick a link up please . I am using a bike battery at the moment and its starting to dim after about 40 mins now so need to replace badly and cant afford a proper lithium cheers 

with an led lamp mate they work pefect no problem at all would defo buy if i had a led lamp but have the 170 so had to buy the proper 22ah deben



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Posted 27 December 2013 - 04:59 pm

 

Has anyone tried and tested a chinese lithium battery pack with a led lamp, even if i only get couple months out of it i dont mind. If anyone has stick a link up please . I am using a bike battery at the moment and its starting to dim after about 40 mins now so need to replace badly and cant afford a proper lithium cheers 

with an led lamp mate they work pefect no problem at all would defo buy if i had a led lamp but have the 170 so had to buy the proper 22ah deben dont no how to stick up links but click in the lithium ion 12v on ebay there 20quid for the 98ooah will last all night mate

 




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