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Skinner Marine Services are Specialist Suppliers to all sectors of the Marine Industry, with over 50 years experience in the field. We are exclusiv...www.skinnermarine.com
W: www.hi-mod.co.uk. Strucural Wire Systems. Adjuster Cable Forks. Swage Fork & Turnbuckle ... PH Industrial Lifting Shackles - Bow Type. E...www.petersen-stainless.co.uk
Specialists in mooring systems and aids to navigation, offering supply, installation and design of moorings and aids to navigation.www.fpmhenderson.co.uk
Spencer Carter Limited has gained an enviable reputation for the design and manufacture of winches and fishing equipment since their formation in 1...www.spencercarter.com
Sperry Marine/Northrop Grumman - the single source for advanced commercial and military maritime products.www.sperry-marine.com
Welcome to Spencer Riggingwww.spencerrigging.co.uk
Rope handling and professional deck hardware solutions for all sizes of racing and cruising yachts.www.spinlock.co.uk
Lalizas Manufacturer of Marine Accessories and Safety Equipment immersion suits, lifejackets, safety harnesses, inflatable boats, hatches, control ...www.lalizas.com
Worldwide manufacturer of marine electronics for use on yachts, fishing boats, and coastal vessels.www.simrad.com
Fork lift hire in North West Scotland, Isle of Skye and Lochalsh. Forklifts for construction, access and boat lifts. With driver, Self Drive or Age...www.bow-and-stern.co.uk
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I have observed that deep cycle battery capacity/performance characteristics are defined by 3 numbers. The definitions for the first 2 are the same for all deep cycle batteries I've seen: 1. Marine cranking amps at 32 degrees F 2. Cold cranking amps But for some of them, the third number is "Amp/hours", and for others it is "Reserve capacity." I totally get what cranking amps and amp/hours are. I recently put together two off-grid solar powered comunications towers, and I have to maintain a third one that was already here. But what is "reserve capacity"? Amp/hours translates directly into how long the equipment will run on battery power without power from the solar panel. Can "reserve capacity" be converted to A/h? In other words, is it just an alternate way to express the same characteristic? Or does indicate different battery construction, and/or different design goals tailored for different usage scenarios? TIA Derrick, So it does convert directly into A/h, 2.5 hrs * 25 amps = 62.5 A/h. Cool man, thanks!
Over the summer, I plan on purchasing a speaker building kit, or purchasing parts for a speaker. I'm building my own speaker, let's leave it at that. I want these speakers for tailgating next football season. I'm going to set them in the trunk of my suv and supply power from either a generator or a nearby power source. I probably will be using my lap top as the audio source, so I'll need to buy some connection converters as well. I might just buy a cheap mixing board too, I'm not really sure. What I'd like to build is a speaker that has good audio output quality, a moderate amount of power (though the louder it can get, the better), and have it not cost too much money (I'm a college student, money is tight). Now obviously, these speakers would need to be semi-portable, but I'm a strong guy and I have a lot of cargo space in my SUV, so transporting them shouldn't be too much of a problem. I'm probably going to build 2 speakers, but I'm considering building a sub-woofer as well. I've never built speakers before, and I don't really know where to start. Any tips? Should I buy a kit, or buy parts? Links would be helpful.
Short to say, I was big time in the car audio scene before the kids, lol. At the time there were alot of brand names that would drastically over-rate their performance capabilities, but nothing like I've seen these days. Are they using a new sales tactic or something, I mean I literally saw a 5k watt amplifier for under $200, lol. When I was bumpin' back in the day I was running an equivelant hybrid of JL audio's HD lineup, but I was pushing only two eclipse amps & two clarions, in dash time alignment, deep cycle marine secondary, circuit breakers, aftermarket performance alternator etc. I was pushing at one point 147dB at the dash, and it was crystal clear beautiful sound. Todays hardcore guys claim their pushing an enourmous amount of power out of a stock alternator & a walmart battery. Now, I recall manufacturers used to get away with doubling the RMS of their equipment by calling it peak, which ultimately means that the power supply can handle a lighting fast surge of double the RMS, now it's completely off the charts with 3k & 5k watt amps, and they don't bother to show specs either, how they get away with this? am i missing something here?