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I am looking for the large white plastic gear that moves the mechanism which produces air for the Peak Power System 700. My unit does everything but fill my tires. This gear is broken.


I could not find any part suppliers for your unit.

I sent an email to PEAK product support on your behalf.

If you need immediate assistance, please call PEAK at 1-800-323-5440 (USA), (847) 559-2000 (International).

PEAK Auto Motor Oil Antifreeze Diesel Exhaust Fluid Electronics Windshield...

FYI: I have an 20-yea- old Epson dot matrix printer that had a plastic round knob that was used to move the paper forward. I had a replacement knob machined out of aluminum. I still have the printer and the knob has never broken again. Maybe that would work for your unit if the broken gear could still be used as a template.

Mar 24, 2016 | PEAK 700 Amp Jump Starter with...

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Hi,I have two 250w speakers at 8ohms ,could someone tell me if I need to get a amp with higher watts than the speakers?k


Speakers are rated either at RMS (root mean square) average power or Peak Power. An RMS of about 125 watt is equivalent to 250 watt peak. To match the radio and speakers they both need to be consistent. Also do not be confused with total radio power out vs per channel.

So if the speakers are 250 watt peak power then a radio with 125 watt per channel or 250 watt peak per channel would be a good match.
If the speakers are RMS 250 watt then the radio would be 250 RMS/channel and usually with a four channel radio a total of 1000W RMS
With that much power the neighbors should hear you coming!

Dec 02, 2015 | Car Audio & Video

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I need a 110/120 volt ac/dc adapter power cord for recharging from standard wall socket. For a Peak 450 jump starter


After searching the internet for a ph number for Peak power I finally found the web.
http://www.peakauto.com/contact/site.
phone 800-323-5400
If the part department doesn't have the answer ask to be switched to tech support.
They were able to provide me with the part numbers I need for new wall supply cord and an DC adapter for the car.
My jump starter is no longer made...

Nov 15, 2013 | Peak Performance Peak PKC0BL 450 Amp Jump...

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Problem with amplifier equalizer HITRON


You would be better off replacing the unit

May 22, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Powerband


The power band is the point wheneverything is nominal and and peak performance is realized. The air/ fuel ratio , timing, rpms It's mor predominant and noticeable in a motorcycle because of handling and weight All engines have them and these "power bands are really the peak of what s also called the torque curve Band meaning sp[ecific point and duration everything is working together. a gas lawn mower engine is set up to run inside this band. Thats why it doesn't fall on its fsce on the first patch of grass.
A diesel engine has a specific rpm range it has to maintain under load to get nominal horses.. If everything is functioning at nominal, max power is put out. Surprisingly enough it can be felt in all engines if paid attention . That's all it is, no special "bands" or parts. Knowing where the power band(range is makes a big difference on any machine. On an electric motor peak torque is @ let's say 1850 rpms. go faster useless lower toyque. go slower power drops To keep the range of the power band constant. everythinhg needs to be constant, like fuel mix, spark plug condition ,air filter andcarb adjustments.. I had a bike I hate and feared the power band. I would fall into it not paying attenyion and it would litterally crawl out from under me. All it is is that narrow band of peak performance..

Sep 23, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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Fact or fiction. Are Rockford P10002 amps overrated


The efficiency of an amplifier has nothing to do with the RMS rating of the amplifier. It is true that no amplifiers are 100% efficient. The efficiency of the amplifier is calculated by how much power output it has compared to how much power it actually uses to create that output power. The RMS rating is just a measurement of the output power with no consideration of the amount of power that is needed to create that output power. Most of the high-end amplifiers are properly rated. If you see power ratings that refer to peak power, it is a little misleading. The true power of an amplifier is the RMS rating. It stands for "root means squared" but is the effective power that you hear, often referred to as the true power. It is calculated by taking the peak power and multiplying it by .707, which is always less than the peak power. When the rating of an amplifier is calculated they use a sine wave at a single frequency and it has a positive peak and a negative peak. If the power is calculated using both peaks it is called the "peak to peak" power rating. When it is calculated using only one peak it is called the "peak" power rating.

The big "con" in all of this happens when manufacturers use the "peak" power ratings instead of the "RMS" power ratings because it makes people think that the amplifier has more power when it really doesn't. Most people have no idea there is a difference in the "peak" power or the "RMS" power. It is a deceptive way of making people think that they are getting a more powerful amplifier. But none of this is related to the efficiency of the amplifier. It is theoretically impossible to make anything electronic that is 100% efficient. It always takes more power on the input than it does for the output power of anything.

I hope this answered your question, if you have any other questions feel free to ask them just by posting a response on this thread, and remember, you get what you pay for. The best amplifiers cost more for one reason, they are better. I am a big fan of Phoenix Gold amplifiers.

Dave

Sep 24, 2008 | Rockford Fosgate P10002 Car Audio...

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Audiotek amp


RMS(power) = peak(power) * .707

find the peak power of your amp and use the above formula

It will have enough power to do so.

Aug 06, 2008 | Car Audio & Video

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