By Ridge Runner
I have been married two times and it’s been a long time.haha
To win this inverter tell me the total number of years to both wives.
Please only one guess for each person. I’ll stop the contest on 3/17/18 6PM CST and the nearest guess without going over is the winner. If someone gets it correct sooner I’ll stop it then.
PS Has one USB port
Just now reading Ridge Runner's contest (I know , it's over!), I noticed some comments mentioned looking for one.......
I live in my RV so inverters (and solar) are in my wheelhouse ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR !
I am partial to the pure sine wave (PSW) type as the sensitive electronics like computers (or a Nox) , are often a bit "gun shy" around the modified sine wave (MSW) units.
I just got a Renogy 700watt PSW inverter last summer and am very impressed with it. ANNNND My Nox seems to like it too.
A bit more power than the prize unit but it will charge two detectors including headphones at the same time. with power to spare. ( A good thing.)
(I won't mention my old inverter as it sucked slime water from the Black Lagoon .... OK, it released the "magic smoke" )
By Old Penny
Whites 5900 Di SL Pro
Need a way to power the unit,
New adventure.. , but I would rather copy
What options do I have? (Welcome to suggestions)
What can I replace the "C" holder with?
For instance, moving the 4.5 volt power pack to a waist belt and cable system, using a 1/8" phono/headphone jack to quick disconnect.
Or perhaps a rechargeable battery pack that can be plugged into a charger without removing.
Has anyone designed a battery system that is fairly quick and easy? (and perhaps even lighter than 4 "C size batteries)
Sub "C" or Double "A" batteries might be an option.
I may make a balsa wood holder if I cannot find the Whites Original for less than 33.00 plus shipping.
Would like to see what others may have done to improve their power requirements.
So many options when it comes to batteries, each with Pros and Cons..
Offer suggestions as I am brainstorming,
Thank you in advance...
PS. (right now I can get a 4 "AA" battery holder for $1.95 and the balsa wood block would be quick and easy to adapt as a slide in)
Is the main difference between the TDI Pro and SL is gb course and fine adjustments? Is there any power difference between the models? An old friend might be selling his TDI and I believe it is one of the older Pro's and I might snag it.
Also what 3rd party coils work with them?
Curious to your thoughts on the LiPo batteries contained within the Nokta machines. They (Lithium Polymer batteries) are a wild breed in many formats and within the RC community tales of exploding fire batteries are not uncommon. They have special regulations regarding transport/shipment (especially within aircraft) and I've read they can be extremely fickle in regards to charging/storage. I'm only looking for input on the batteries themselves. The product line is amazing and what you get for the price is impressive (SIMPLEX!) and not in question.
Hope everyone is well!