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Solar Battery Charger, 2.4 W
- Item # 14N886
- Mfr. Model # SP-200
- UNSPSC # 26111704
- Catalog Page # 1387
- Shipping Weight 2.55 lbs.
- ItemSolar Battery Charger
- Max. Output2.4W
- Volts AC/DC17.50 VDC
- For Use With12v Battery Maintenance
- StandardsAM1.5, 100mW/cm2, 25 deg C
- IncludesBattery Clips, Cigarette Lighter Plug, Mounting Screws
- Package Quantity1
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This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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when talking about larger batteries. When I looked at it, I thought- gee, I can recharge 8 AA batteries if I go to radio shack and buy a battery box there, and just connect this- although that approximation with 2500 m-amp hour AA's and the rated MaH on this *if the recharge is from 50% is perhaps 8 to 10 hours on my rough estimate.
**that's a bit of a WAG since I don't have the right formulas in front of me, or am all that well trained in that respect.
**it might depend on what you are thinking of doing with it- if you might be recharging a JUMP PACK, and have several days -maybe it would do it.- but on a set of fairly normal dual battery /dual purpose batteries I would think it wouldn't be able to do very much. (yes, a small amount perhaps-just not much).
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