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If you read the specifications, the battery will not supply the necessary current, less than 1amp per hour. So, for example if you were using 100 watt lamp, Power (watts) = Voltage (volts) x Current (amperes). So thats 100 = 12 x Current or Current = 100/12 = 8.3 amps.


Which means your lamp would draw 8.3 amp, the battery pack can not even supply 1 amp as such it wouldn't work.

The other thing I would say is don't fall in to the trap of thinking that high street big boys are the best, most of the kit they sell is simply repackaged and re branded, after all most of the high street big names do not manufacture and are simply resellers.

If for example Deben are selling battery packs of a certain specification, then you can guarantee these packs are available for the manufacturer or from a cheaper reseller who is selling in to a cheaper market place. Funny how anything associated with "lamping" or "deer stalking" seems to carry a hefty price tag. An example of this is LED torches for lamping, many of which can be seen on Chinese whole sale website, exactly the same torch as UK resellers are selling (re-branded of course).



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