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topouzid Single core copper, you can check the photo reviews.

2020-07-14 10:31:10 Útil (0)
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topouzid B1 = Sealed acid battery. B2 = GEL battery. B3 = Flood type acid battery.

2020-07-13 06:12:37 Útil (0)
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Q: is this original Amtech

perguntado por BG191044502 sobre 2020-06-01 05:29:47

topouzid Lookslike it, but I can't be sure.

2020-06-03 04:43:37 Útil (0)
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Q: does this fast charge at 7.5w for iPhones?

perguntado por SongKien sobre 2019-06-20 08:15:52

topouzid The manual says: 5W/10W, and compared to the desktop "Baseus Simple Wireless Charger" that supports 7.5Watt, this one is definitely slower for the iPhone. I would say that it charges my iPhone XS at 5W, and my Samsung S7 at fast charge (probably 9V, don't know how many watts but Samsung says: Fast charging wirelessly).

2019-07-19 05:57:42 Útil (0)
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topouzid Whenyour engine is ON the car's alternator is constantly charging your battery at 13.3V(-ish), so you're getting 13.3V on Car Lighter plug. That's normal. Switch the engine off (car at ACC position) and it should show 12V-12.6V. If you have a GEL battery type it could show 13.7V while engine is ON.

paulcotejar 2019-05-16 00:27:55
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topouzid Themetal particles you're seeing is actually mercury (the liquid metal element) and is required by those lamps in order to work. If you light it up, mercury evaporates inside the tube and makes continuity between the two poles (anode/cathode). And since mercury is highly toxic, poisonous and carcinogenic, if you break this lamp while it was on, it's crucial to leave the room immediately and aerate it, and then carefully pick the broken glass light (wearing gloves if possible) and pick any traces of liquid mercury you'll find near the broken light, and throw it as far as possible.

Rohit 2018-06-04 11:15:49
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