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    Default Powering Radiodetection TX10 via external Battery

    I'm looking to add an external battery to powerup the TX10..Anyone has done this before and want to share the pics, the schematics and the general guide on how to do this?

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    Default Re: Powering Radiodetection TX10 via external Battery

    The simple way is to buy the transmitter power (mains) 12v auto cable, then just cut off the lighter end and add 2 clamps then you can power the transmitter off of your choice of battery from laptop to marine deep cell.
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    Default Re: Powering Radiodetection TX10 via external Battery

    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda View Post
    The simple way is to buy the transmitter power (mains) 12v auto cable, then just cut off the lighter end and add 2 clamps then you can power the transmitter off of your choice of battery from laptop to marine deep cell.
    One of those car battery portable jump packs would be good, comes with it's own handle.
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    Default Re: Powering Radiodetection TX10 via external Battery

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    Just a little update..
    Been using this in the field for last 4 days and it still shows full power..lol..equivalent to a dozen and a half D alkaline of equivalent use previously..

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