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Synonyms for car battery

a lead-acid storage battery in a motor vehicle

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This cycling allows time for the power circuits to increase the 12-volt battery voltage to more than 5,000 volts, which is then discharged in short pulses.
This charger can connect to any type or size of 12-volt battery.
It has a run time of four hours on a single charge of the 12-volt battery. It measures 8 3/4 x 4 7/8" x 3 3/8" and weighs 5 lbs.
EVAN Webb's tiny creation is powered by a 12-volt battery and has a top speed of just 6mph.
(13) The DC-DC converter allows the main battery pack to charge the on-board 12-volt battery, which powers various accessories and the headlights.
Arrow's durable solar chemical pump is powered by a heavy-duty, long-life 12-volt battery that is continuously recharged by an 80-watt solar panel array.
Fit an alarm system to the caravan that uses the 12-volt battery to alarm entry into the caravan.
Its 12-volt battery bank easily adapts to off-grid power sources.
* A 24-volt battery uses one half the amps to produce the same power (watts) as a 12-volt battery. * Batteries selected for testing are comparable for old and new Cessna 150/172/some 182s, and similar engines in other brand aircraft.
Mail Chime is easy to install with no wiring and operates on a long-lasting 12-volt battery (included).
An alternative to standard AC power, a 12-volt battery can power the unit to enable use in remote or field applications.
Similarly, AWR Technology at The Old Bakehouse, Albert Road, Deal, Kent CT14 9RD, UK (www.awrtech.co.uk; +44 1304-365918), has a model SC110 sidereal clock (about $200) that runs from a 12-volt battery and draws less than 16 milliamps.
The latest in the PresentationPro line from Califone has a rechargeable 12-volt battery, 15 watts RMS of power, 16-channel selectable UHF receiver, and separate volume controls for bass and treble.
The latest in the PresentationPro line from Califone has a rechargeable 12-volt battery, 15-watts RMS of power, 16-channel selectable UHF receiver, and separate volume controls for bass and treble.
(They work very well with photo-voltaic-charged 12-volt battery systems!)