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Battery where can i get a battery

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You can get a battery for this GPS reciever here, click the link - Haicom 406BT battery

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Plug the battery backup into a working electrical outlet. If the battery backup turns on when the power button is pressed, then the problem may be that the previous electrical outlet is faulty. Proceed to step three. If the battery backup doesn't turn on, proceed to step two.
  • 2 Reset the circuit breaker on the battery backup. APC battery backups have a labeled circuit breaker button located on the unit near the phone line, fax line, USB, network and coaxial cable inputs. Press the button to reset the circuit breaker. Power on the battery backup by pressing the power button. If the battery backup powers on, proceed to step three. If the battery backup doesn't turn on, proceed to step six.

  • Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_7266444_troubleshoot-apc-battery-backup.html#ixzz2lwOvPO75
  • 3 Determine if the battery backup is charged and providing battery power. With the battery backup on and plugged into a working electrical outlet, plug a computer monitor into one of the battery backup outlets labeled "battery backup plus surge protection" on the battery backup. (APC power supplies have some outlets that provide only surge protection while the other outlets provide surge protection plus battery backup.) Turn the monitor on. Unplug the battery backup power cord from the wall outlet. If the monitor remains on, the battery is holding a charge, supplying electrical power and the battery backup is working properly. If the monitor goes off, proceed to step four.
  • 4 Charge the battery. Plug the battery backup into an electrical outlet and allow the battery to charge for 16 hours. This will fully charge the battery.
  • 5 Test battery charge. Once the battery is fully charged, repeat step three. If the monitor stays on when power is interrupted to the battery backup, the issue is solved and the problem resulted from an incompletely charged battery. If the monitor turns off when power is interrupted, the battery within the battery backup is faulty and needs to be replaced.
  • 6 Replace the battery backup unit. The unit itself is faulty. If the battery backup is under warranty, contact APC to request a replacement.
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    I want to put 4 batteries together 4x 12v 7AH. and how many volts and AH would that be.

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    If you connect the four positives together. Connect the 4 negatives together it will give you 12v 28 AH. (This is known as parallel connection.)

    If you connect the negative of battery 1 to the positive of battery 2. Connect the negative of battery 3 to the positive of battery 4. Connect the positive of battery 1 to the positive of battery 3 and the negative of battery 2 to the negative of battery 4. You'll get 24v 14AH from the connection of the positive of battery 1 and battery 3, and the negative of battery 2 to battery 4. (This is known as series parallel connection)
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    I have 4 x 12v batteries 7ah each. if i put these 4 batteries together . how many volt and AH would this be. please reply . thank you

    It depends on how you connect the batteries. If you connect the negative of battery one to the positive of battery 2, the negative of battery 2 to the positive of battery 3 the negative of battery 3 to the positive of battery 4 then the positive of battery 1 and the negative of battery 4 will give you 48v 7AH. (This is known as connecting in series.)

    If you connect the four positives together. Connect the 4 negatives together it will give you 12v 28 AH. (This is known as parallel connection.)

    If you connect the negative of battery 1 to the positive of battery 2. Connect the negative of battery 3 to the positive of battery 4. Connect the positive of battery 1 to the positive of battery 3 and the negative of battery 2 to the negative of battery 4. You'll get 24v 14AH from the connection of the positive of battery 1 and battery 3, and the negative of battery 2 to battery 4. (This is known as series parallel connection)
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    Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
    Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
    Battery Height : 7 1/4"
    Battery Length : 9 3/4"
    Battery Posts Type : Side Post
    Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
    Battery Voltage : 12 volt
    Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
    Battery Width : 7"
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    Attributes Battery BCI # : 75
    Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
    Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
    Battery Height : 7 1/4"
    Battery Length : 9 3/4"
    Battery Posts Type : Side Post
    Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
    Battery Voltage : 12 volt
    Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
    Battery Width : 7"
    Wet or Dry : Wet
    Attributes Battery BCI # : 75
    Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
    Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
    Battery Height : 7 1/4"
    Battery Length : 9 3/4"
    Battery Posts Type : Side Post
    Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
    Battery Voltage : 12 volt
    Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
    Battery Width : 7"
    Wet or Dry : Wet
    Battery BCI # : 75
    Battery CA @ 32 Degrees F : 775
    Battery CCA @ 0 Degrees F : 630
    Battery Height : 7 1/4"
    Battery Length : 9 3/4"
    Battery Posts Type : Side Post
    Battery Reserve Capacity : 90
    Battery Voltage : 12 volt
    Battery Weight : 33 lbs.
    Battery Width : 7"
    Wet or Dry : Wet
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    Your camera requires four AA size batteries.There are several factors that contribute to battery life: NiMH: This is the best solution for enjoyment and cost savings. NiMH batteries typically last longer per charge than the average alkaline batteries. NiMH batteries are rechargeable batteries, so they can be used several times and thereby reduce the expense of continually purchasing new batteries. NiMH batteries are typically sold with a power adapter for charging. The life of these batteries can often be determined by the mAh rating, the higher the mAh rating on the battery, the longer that they will last. NiMH batteries do not have the memory effect associated with NiCd batteries, which means that these batteries can be recharged at any time and at your convenience (you do not have to wait for the batteries to completely drain between charges). Lithium: Energizer has introduced a new series of Lithium batteries that provide optimum performance and long life for disposable AA size batteries. Laboratory studies shows that Lithium batteries last more than three times as long as standard Alkaline batteries. This means many more hours of fun and satisfaction with your digital camera. These lithium batteries are not rechargeable, they are long lasting. Alkaline: Using the LCD display, downloading images, playback, zoom and flash all require some battery power to operate and may decrease the number of shots per set of batteries. Performance may also vary based on the Alkaline batteries selected. To significantly increase battery life, be sure to turn off the LCD when it is not in use. The LCD consumes the most amount of battery power. The benefit of being able to use alkaline batteries is that you can find then almost anywhere if needed. Manganese: If you are using manganese batteries, the typical battery life will be about 2 - 5 shots. Then the camera will indicate that battery power is low and may shut-down. To avoid this experience, use either Alkaline or NiMH batteries. Optimum Solution: Use a set of NiMH batteries for longer use and to reduce the expense of continually buying new batteries. It may also be a good idea to keep a spare set of NiMH batteries for other devices that require AA size batteries on a regular basis. Use AA Alkaline batteries when the NiMH batteries need to be recharged and you want to continue enjoying the use of your camera.
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