[Boatanchors] 12 volt dynamotors & vibrapacks (and rotaryinverters?)

Al Parker anchor at EC.RR.COM
Sat Oct 3 21:17:14 EDT 2009

    Golf cart batteries are 6v and lotsa AH rating.  And very common 
"onshore" at least.
Al, W8UT
New Bern, NC

"there is nothing -absolutely nothing- half as much worth doing as simply 
messing about in boats."
   Ratty, to Mole

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Tauson" <wh7hg.hi at gmail.com>
To: <arc5 at mailman.qth.net>; <boatanchors at lists.tempe.gov>; 
<boatanchors at mailman.qth.net>; <milsurplus at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Saturday, October 03, 2009 9:11 PM
Subject: [Boatanchors] 12 volt dynamotors & vibrapacks (and 

> In my quest for power for the early rigs (both the neo-antique
> 1920s-1930s ones and the 1950s ones), I've been trying to find the
> items mentioned in the subject line.  While 6 volt equipment would be
> significantly more realistic for the neo-antiques, I'm not entirely
> sure I know where I'd get 6 volt auto batteries now that wouldn't cost
> several anatomical parts I'd really rather not lose nor a charger for
> them to run from a well-hidden or well-disguised modern genset.  As a
> result, I think I'm stuck with 12 volt equipment and a necessity to
> cause 12 volts to become 6 volts for heaters and stuff like for the
> SX-24.

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