Re: Payload Power Sources

Hank Riley
 

Joe,

You're just reading or interpreting the curves the wrong way.  The X or horizontal axis is A-H, not run time.

The greater the current, the lower the A-H time.  So in your example of .5 amp versus 1 amp, the .5 amp run time will be a little over twice the hours.  And to continue, the .25 amp run time will be a little over twice what the .5 amp run time was.

I'll do the actual numbers in next email.

Hank
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On Friday, March 27, 2020, 09:02:24 AM EDT, Joe WB9SBD <nss@...> wrote:

I am very confused on a battery pack.

Say you have a pack that can run 1 amp of current draw for 10 hours.
One would think that if you only drew 0.5 amps that it should run for 20 hours or close to it true?


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