|09-10-2018 (711 lectures)||Categoria: Electronics|
A dummy battery is a battery that is just an electrical conductor, not a real battery.
Let me put it to you this way, you've got a blaster with room for four AA batteries. Those Duracells you've been using all this time are 1.5 volt each. Do the math, and you have 6 volts of power.
But lets' say you splurge and get some 3.7 volt batteries from eBay. Well, putting four 3.7 volt batteries in yer blaster is going to generate 14.8 volts, do the math. That's WAY too much for the stock motors and the thermistor cut-offs that come installed with yer blaster. You'll burn your motors out it out in a month, and the thermistors will kick in and limit you to 10 minutes play time.
Enter the Dummy Battery. You put two 3.7 volt batteries, and two dummy batteries that are basically just electrical conductors in your blaster, and you've got 7.2 volts instead of 6 volts. You see, two times 3.7, plus a couple dummy batteries that add zero volts, equals 7.2 volts. Blaster is happy, user is happy, everyone is happy.
Battery Spacer is forbidden to be charged!
This item does not include any type battery.
For example, LiFePO4 battery has unit voltage 3.2V, equal to voltage of 2pcs NiMH or 2pcs dry batteries. One LiFePO4 battery can replace 2 pcs NiMH or dry batteries. If your electric appliance uses 2pcs NiMH or 2pcs dry batteries, you should use 1pc LiFePO4 battery.
The Spacer is just holding battery space to conduct electricity. If your electric appliance uses 4pcs NiMH or 4pcs dry batteries, you should use 2pcs LiFePO4 battery and 2pcs spacer. The Spacer is just holding battery space to conduct electricity.
1pc LiFePO4 battery voltage 3.2V=¬† 2pcs NiMH or 2pcs dry batteries.¬† So, 1pc¬† LiFePO4 battery can replace 2pcs NiMH or 2pcs dry batteries.
The Spacer is just holding battery space to conduct electricity. If your electric appliance uses 4pcs NiMH or 4pcs dry batteries, you should use 2pcs LiFePO4 battery and 2pcs spacer.¬†