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When the 15 year old NiCad batteries in your personal G.A. aircraft are starting to die and not charging correctly Here's an awesome Hack that can make your ...
A whole bunch of 1.2 ish volt NiCad cells in series they create 24 volts. Many General Aviation planes run on 24V this particular plane is a Scottish ...
We found that this project really could be done with one set of hands but it's so much easier with 2. First; remove the straps that connect eh ...
get 'em out! remember that they may still have a charge left. in our case still around 23 or 24 volts. keep watches and wrenches and other metal ...
Now just to remove that little separator panel. we cut down the middle and just broke the spot welded tabs off.
We had new batteries with a metal Jacket. this allowed us to create a padded environment around the batteries without lugging them in and out of the box ...
We used cheap computer box packing foam. the black stuff that cuts really easily and has great vibration reduction properties. Our foam was a little to thick so ...
a little drop of hot glue on the inside of the case and we're one step closer to done!
We used an extra square or two of sound deadening foam that we had left over from another project. it's self sticky on the back so we aligned ...
We were able to use some of the strappage from the previous battery pack but had to create a stainless jumper between the new batteries as we didn't ...
With quick connects installing the battery in the plane is a piece of cake. You must, however get it approved by an A&P mechanic. Make sure to date ...
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