dacflyers inverter problem solved (maybe)

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dacflyers inverter problem solved (maybe)

Post by bwts » Wed Jun 26, 2002 3:55 am

Just one more thought on the subject why not use Halogen bulbs??? No time delay no need for an inverter very bright (car headlamps etc.) very efficient (upto 11 hours of light with a well charged 12v battery)
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Re: dacflyers inverter problem solved (maybe)

Post by dacflyer » Wed Jun 26, 2002 10:40 am

i use what i have, because its very low current as opposed to halogen lamps, true they are very bright, but draw a lot of current too,, the design i have will give over 1 week of service with no solar charging ,lights are on as long as a 1/2 hr at times..i am using a 20AH battery,,
with halogens they whould not last so long with reserve,,, but thanx anyway,... :cool:

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Re: dacflyers inverter problem solved (maybe)

Post by bwts » Sat Jun 29, 2002 5:30 am

You can get DC fluro lamps
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Re: dacflyers inverter problem solved (maybe)

Post by dacflyer » Tue Jul 09, 2002 2:53 pm

i already have this set up,, and theres no options for that,, this is the only out door high brightness flourascent light i found,,
thanx again

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