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Old Feb 22, 2002, 06:48 AM
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Power supply for a Dymond charger?

I have 2 different questions. First could I buy a "jumpstarting" pack for cars. The kind with the battery built in, and use it to run a dymond in the field? How many charges could I get out of it? Second. What size power supply does Dymond recommend running this charger off at home?
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Old Feb 22, 2002, 09:43 AM
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Hi snowman

I dont have the manual for my super turbo with me but I know it says 7 amp minimum, voltage range is about 10 to 14 volts, I'll post the exact voltage numbers when I get home.

The "Jumpstart" pack should work fine, the "jumpstart" battery capacity will determine how many charges you’ll get.

I'm running mine off a car battery with a charger attached, works great.

Gary
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