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Opladning af batterier


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Written on: 05.06.2013 23:59
Jannik
Posts: 4
Hej dejlige Roskilde mennesker! icon_smile.gif Vi står og har bygget et anlæg, med et ordentligt læs bilbatterier, men kommer nu i tvivl, om hvad mulighederne er for opladning af disse under festivalen? Hvordan hænger det sammen (hvor og hvor meget koster det)? icon_smile.gif

På forhånd tak for hjælpen!
Written on: 06.06.2013 00:49
Coldblooded
Posts: 1228
Jannik wrote:

Hej dejlige Roskilde mennesker! icon_smile.gif Vi står og har bygget et anlæg, med et ordentligt læs bilbatterier, men kommer nu i tvivl, om hvad mulighederne er for opladning af disse under festivalen? Hvordan hænger det sammen (hvor og hvor meget koster det)? icon_smile.gif

På forhånd tak for hjælpen!


Car batteries can be charged at CITYcentre East and West, Agora G and Agora L. There is a deposit of 250 DKK the first time the car battery is handed in for charging, and a charge costs 150 DKK.

When the festival is over, you can choose either to take the battery home with you or hand it in along with the receipt and receive the 250 DKK in return. Chargers are not required.

Generally speaking, you're much better off, if you can find some way of charging your own batteries. Via solar cells for example.
Written on: 06.06.2013 04:46
Jannik
Posts: 4
Well then solar cells it is icon_smile.gif Thanks for the help my friend, come by and have a beer with us at Camp Kongehuset icon_smile.gif
Written on: 06.06.2013 08:12
Saturnus
Posts: 3047
Jannik wrote:

Well then solar cells it is icon_smile.gif Thanks for the help my friend, come by and have a beer with us at Camp Kongehuset icon_smile.gif


Does that go for me as well? icon_smile.gif

Although, if it's the same Camp Kongehuset as has been in previous years I always stop by the Campino sister/brother camp anyways.
Written on: 06.06.2013 09:00
Engelman
Posts: 28
Is there a limit to the battery size when charging it at the wardrobes where all small electronics are charged?

Im thinking of getting a 10aH li-po battery pack from amazon and wonder if the wardrobes can charge it?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry-connectors-customized/dp/B0063AAIRG/ref=pd_vtp_w_h__4

Also is there some time limit to the charge? I think that pack takes a lot longer to charge than cell phones...

Thanks!
Written on: 06.06.2013 09:24
Saturnus
Posts: 3047
Sure you going to need it at all? 10Ah @5V is 50Wh. A iphone 5 battery is 5.45Wh, even if we account for losses you should be able to recharge your phone 6 times on it. Or recharge the minirig 12 times, or a combo of these.
Written on: 06.06.2013 09:37
Engelman
Posts: 28
Saturnus wrote:

Sure you going to need it at all? 10Ah @5V is 50Wh. A iphone 5 battery is 5.45Wh, even if we account for losses you should be able to recharge your phone 6 times on it. Or recharge the minirig 12 times, or a combo of these.


It's true that it is overkill, but we are 12 ppl at our camp and i'll let other use it as well. The specs say that thing weighs only 240gr so i don't mind it.

But yes, I hope I can charge it at the wardrobes. IF it ever even runs out icon_smile.gif
Written on: 06.06.2013 11:57
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35

Is there a limit to the battery size when charging it at the wardrobes where all small electronics are charged?

Im thinking of getting a 10aH li-po battery pack from amazon and wonder if the wardrobes can charge it?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry-connectors-customized/dp/B0063AAIRG/ref=pd_vtp_w_h__4

Also is there some time limit to the charge? I think that pack takes a lot longer to charge than cell phones...

Thanks!


That seems like a brilliant gadget to add to the backpack. My iPhone 5 drains the battery in about 10 hours of moderate use. This seems like the perfect way to easily charge the phone.

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Written on: 06.06.2013 12:08
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1265
Law Abiding Citizen wrote:


Is there a limit to the battery size when charging it at the wardrobes where all small electronics are charged?

Im thinking of getting a 10aH li-po battery pack from amazon and wonder if the wardrobes can charge it?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry-connectors-customized/dp/B0063AAIRG/ref=pd_vtp_w_h__4

Also is there some time limit to the charge? I think that pack takes a lot longer to charge than cell phones...

Thanks!


That seems like a brilliant gadget to add to the backpack. My iPhone 5 drains the battery in about 10 hours of moderate use. This seems like the perfect way to easily charge the phone.


I don’t know if they charge it in the wardrobes(I got mine charge in the volunteer lounge), but it sure made my festival easier, my phone was working all the time and I still had the phone when the batty was getting charge
Written on: 06.06.2013 12:13
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
I just bought one of these: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B008YRG5JQ/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. I brought a smaller powerbank last year, which I was able to charge at the agora instead of my phone - two charges on the phone for the price of one. I expect to be able to do the same with this new, larger powerbank as well.

[This article was edited 2 times, at last 06.06.2013 at 12:14.]
Written on: 06.06.2013 12:55
Engelman
Posts: 28
Mrs. Brian wrote:

I just bought one of these: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B008YRG5JQ/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. I brought a smaller powerbank last year, which I was able to charge at the agora instead of my phone - two charges on the phone for the price of one. I expect to be able to do the same with this new, larger powerbank as well.


Nice! That looks like the most mAh/€ i've came across. I would be good to know for sure if wardrobe charging is possible or not.
Written on: 06.06.2013 13:01
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35


Is there a limit to the battery size when charging it at the wardrobes where all small electronics are charged?

Im thinking of getting a 10aH li-po battery pack from amazon and wonder if the wardrobes can charge it?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry-connectors-customized/dp/B0063AAIRG/ref=pd_vtp_w_h__4

Also is there some time limit to the charge? I think that pack takes a lot longer to charge than cell phones...

Thanks!


That seems like a brilliant gadget to add to the backpack. My iPhone 5 drains the battery in about 10 hours of moderate use. This seems like the perfect way to easily charge the phone.


I don’t know if they charge it in the wardrobes(I got mine charge in the volunteer lounge), but it sure made my festival easier, my phone was working all the time and I still had the phone when the batty was getting charge


Is there any way that we can find out whether it's possible or not?

edit: The quote system is acting strange today. I have to remove title-quotes to make them visible.

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Written on: 06.06.2013 13:16
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Well, it was possible with the one I brought last year, so I'd guess that if it uses a regular 220V charger, it's possible.
Written on: 06.06.2013 13:20
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35

Well, it was possible with the one I brought last year, so I'd guess that if it uses a regular 220V charger, it's possible.

Awesome, I'm gonna order one right now!


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Written on: 06.06.2013 13:29
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
I got the 12000 mAh one. Picking it up at the post office today icon_smile.gif

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Written on: 06.06.2013 13:31
Engelman
Posts: 28
Mrs. Brian wrote:

I got the 12000 mAh one. Picking it up at the post office today icon_smile.gif


Can you write a quick review after some use icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 06.06.2013 13:43
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Will do! I've been very happy with the 7000 mAh one I got last year, but my new phone needs more juice, so I thought I'd get an upgrade (will bring the one from last year too, though).

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 06.06.2013 at 13:44.]
Written on: 06.06.2013 13:52
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35

I got the 12000 mAh one. Picking it up at the post office today icon_smile.gif


Will I have to buy this to power up the EasyAcc Superboy? I can't see any powerplugs on its amazon page.
Written on: 06.06.2013 13:56
Engelman
Posts: 28
Also found this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/EasyAcc-charger-pannel-Android-Smartphone/dp/B00C3A6KKO/ref=pd_sim_ce_2

The price is not bad. Not sure if it is any good though... or if it just a whole lot easier to charge the thing at the wardrobe icon_smile.gif Still, I do tend to get lazy at the camp and a trip to the agora takes some times quite a lot of effort!
Written on: 06.06.2013 14:02
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35

Also found this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/EasyAcc-charger-pannel-Android-Smartphone/dp/B00C3A6KKO/ref=pd_sim_ce_2

The price is not bad. Not sure if it is any good though... or if it just a whole lot easier to charge the thing at the wardrobe icon_smile.gif Still, I do tend to get lazy at the camp and a trip to the agora takes some times quite a lot of effort!


The reviews aren't great. One reviewer states that it doesn't charge iPhones at all.
Written on: 06.06.2013 14:05
Engelman
Posts: 28
Law Abiding Citizen wrote:


Also found this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/EasyAcc-charger-pannel-Android-Smartphone/dp/B00C3A6KKO/ref=pd_sim_ce_2

The price is not bad. Not sure if it is any good though... or if it just a whole lot easier to charge the thing at the wardrobe icon_smile.gif Still, I do tend to get lazy at the camp and a trip to the agora takes some times quite a lot of effort!


The reviews aren't great. One reviewer states that it doesn't charge iPhones at all.


yep, i understood that it can merely be used to charge the battery pack.
Written on: 06.06.2013 14:06
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
I imagine that I can just use a normal usb->micro-usb cable with an adapter (I have a shitload from phones, GPS watches and e-cigarettes). I'll let you know.
Written on: 06.06.2013 14:12
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35

I imagine that I can just use a normal usb->micro-usb cable with an adapter (I have a shitload from phones, GPS watches and e-cigarettes). I'll let you know.


Awesome, really appreciated.
Written on: 06.06.2013 14:37
Torontomexicanmonkey
Posts: 93
My friend has a thing like that. He always have it With him, and it's absolutely genius. Im not sure if he has that exact one, but i know his Works great, and charges pretty much anything. I'll find out what kind he has and post later.
Written on: 06.06.2013 17:08
Mrs. Brian
Posts: 42
Update:

I've now picked up the powerbank at the post office. It's not as big as I expected, which is nice. It comes with 3 different USB cables (iPhone, micro USB and one with an adapter and a handful of plugs for old phones). There's no 220V adapter, but I didn't expect one - I have several though (of various output) and have plugged it in via a 2.0Ah one.

Will update again when I've tried charging it/from it.

http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d120/Kacas/Charger_zpsd1e01456.jpg


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