The engine im looking at already runs in dc to begin with. Why would you suggest against just buying 100 ah 12 v batteries and running 4 in series?
I'm pretty new to this, can you find me a lithium ion battery that would work for this scenario?
What about using only one battery and converting it into 120v from 12volts?
Actually it would need to be 100 ah sorry. I figured out the math. For my eight horse power engine it would take 4 200 ah lead acid/lithiium ion batteries. Still fairly cheap and much cheaper than buying diesel whenever I want to ride my go kart.
just kidding I have no idea
Sure that is a bayonet specifically used by infantry troops from 1920 to 1943
On the flip side... What about two 4 horsepower enginesin terms of speed?
cheesey a man after my thoughts exactly
Where could I find a battery large enough to power a 250lb "golf cart" which includes my weight. The battery needs to power two 4 hp electric motors at 120 v
I have a question Im trying to power a 250lbs golf cart fro 2/3 hours at a time. The weight includes my weight. What is the ideal sized battery and where could I buy one?
I assume you own the Creality Cr-10. Does it come with a hardened steel nozzle? Or stainless steal? What filaments have you used successfully with it?
What do you think about the makergear m3 and m2?
I can't comprehend how foolish these debates are. What's mindboggling to me is that I can't tell if every single one of you is trolling or half or 3/4.
Learn about amps my dude. Think about a wall outlet. There is only so many extenders you can add to it before all of the plugs dont have enough power. If the 24v dc power supply only supports something like 3 amps and both plugs need 3 amp then each plug will only get 1.5 amp. I would suggest researching the amps needed for all your supplies and then getting a new power supply.
Thanks for the response! I didn't mean Retropie sorry. I meant Lakka which does support the raspberry pi 4
Another couple of questions, If I got a raspberry Pi 4 what is the newest console that it could play over 30 fps using retropie. Also, what USB controllers do you recommend that would be usable out of the box for the retropie. I love your project. I'm looking forward to building it.
What do you suggest for legal ways to obtain roms for old games? Also what do you suggest for the optimal gamepad? Preferably with enough buttons to play most old consoles.
Which brand of caulk did you buy? I would like to buy the same brand so that it is not fully opaque.