You can't run a 6V 75A (450W) light off a 12V 2.5A (30W) battery for any significant length of time. That battery is grossly undersized. I think that's supposed to be "0.75A" instead of "75A." I found a 75-watt light bulb on the internet, but 75 amps? You could weld with that much power. And I like the answer right below this one best: just wire two of these bulbs in series. The answer is simple by using the formular called OHM's LAW (V=IxR) The 6V,3/4 amp bulb has (approx) 8 ohms resistance which 'drops' the 6 volts across it. At the same current (thru the SERIES circuit) you need anothe 8 ohm resistance. Unfortunately, the bulb dissipates 4.5 WATTS of power, the same as your 'extra' resistor will have to handle. (Rather WARM!) The easiest trick to do would be to put two 6v bulbs together in series, this will put your 'extra' resistor (the second bulb's filament) inside of a protected glass shell. The second bulb will not waste any more power than the resistor, and will give you twice the light.
can a 12v lawn mower sealed battery be charged with 12v battery charger use on cars
The battery is a 12V car battery.
I'm actually charging my 12V sealed lead acid battery with a laptop adapter which output is 19V, 2.1A. I'm not sure this will shorted the life of my battery or not, but the battery hold the charge. I don't have a voltmeter to test the voltage, but the battery can light up a 12V car headlight light bull. So, I guess it work.
Yes, you can.
ofcourse. You can use 12V,12ah battery instead of 12V ,8ah. But you cant use 12V ,8ah instead of 12V,12ah battery . since the 12ah can drive more load than 8ah. but 8ah cant drive as 12ah
Yes you can but it will drain that battery quickly.
No, you can not charge a 3V battery with 12V charger.
Yes you can. No issues at all.
Depends if its a 6V or 12V battery. If its a 12V battery, us the charger in the 12V setting.
If the bike uses 5 12V DC batteries connected in series to achieve 60V DC you can connect the positive and negative wires from the 12V light ONLY to the first 12V battery in that series. The bike will remain 60V and the lights will be powered by the first 12V battery. If you connect the 12V light directly to 60V the light will blow instantly. Test the voltage with a volt meter before making any connections.
In order to use the "plug in" pest control with a 12V battery, the device would have to have power requirements less than or equal to that which a 12V battery can provide. The pest control would also need an adapter to use the 12V battery.
Yes. I had a 23A, 12V, battery for my ceiling fan and replaced it with an A23, 12V, battery, and it worked just fine.
The battery light comes on when the charging system voltage drops below 12V. If your light is on all the time, have your charging system checked because it probably is not charging the sytem.
Yes, their 12v mobile battery pack will work with all of their 12v gloves that are otherwise designed to be connected to the motorcycle's battery. The only downside to connecting the glove liners to the mobile 12v battery is that there is no place to store the battery on the glove itself, while all of the Core7 and the Hybrid gloves all have battery pouches in the cuffs.
Anything needing 12V to operate.
Testing for 12V DC power using a 12V DC test light, clip the test lead to a known ground (preferably battery negative post) then probe with the test light tip for power. Test light will illuminate when power is touched.Testing for 12V DC ground, clip the test lead to the positive post on the battery then probe with the test light for grounds. Test light will illuminate when a ground is touched.
Voltage = Current * ResistanceVoltage = 12VResistance = 10 ohmsCurrent = Voltage/ResistanceCurrent = 12V/10 ohmsCurrent = 1.2 Amps
Voltage is the same but amp hour capacity of the car battery is much higher.
Yes, if it will fit.
The Makita 12V battery will work with many different power tools such as the power drill for LCT208W. The Makita 12V battery is primarily for power drill tools.
Yes, there are may online stores that your can buy a 12v rechargeable battery at such as www.nextag.com/12v-rechargeable-battery/products-html along with other stores.