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DIY battery pack to power pedals

Postby mike » April 25th, 2014, 5:58 pm

If like me you got really tired of these 9V square batteries always been discharged so fast, here's a very cheap DIY battery pack to power all of your pedals. This thing is also nice to power your breadboarded projects.

All you need is a 6X "type C or D" battery rack like this one

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If you seried six 1.5V batteries you get 9V. Now take this:

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make sure you have negative center and you get a nice powerfull battery pack! :D
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Re: DIY battery pack to power pedals

Postby backslash » May 4th, 2014, 9:07 pm

Great idea! really you make my day...no more dead batteries filled my garbage :affraid:
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Re: DIY battery pack to power pedals

Postby bugs » May 5th, 2014, 1:26 am

interresting for sure, how many amps can be packed in C cells?
my head is blown
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