Reply by May 31, 20182018-05-31
On Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 3:11:27 AM UTC-7, Boris Mohar wrote:
> On Wed, 30 May 2018 06:39:52 -0500, oldschool@tubes.com wrote: > > > > > >At least I know the charger works..... > > No you don't.
He proved that the short circuit protection works. 90% shorting is just as good as total shorting. 90% insanity is just as insane.
Reply by Boris Mohar May 31, 20182018-05-31
On Wed, 30 May 2018 06:39:52 -0500, oldschool@tubes.com wrote:


> >At least I know the charger works.....
No you don't. -- Boris --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus
Reply by Rheilly Phoull May 30, 20182018-05-30
On 30/05/2018 7:39 PM, oldschool@tubes.com wrote:
> I was testing out an old 10A 12V auto battery charger. I had just > replaced the nearly dead AA Alkaline batteries in my LED flashlight. > Just for grins, I connected the battery charger to one of those AA > batteries. > > Holy shit, in seconds that battery was so hot it burned my fingers. > Thats when the reset button kicked off on the battery charger. Since > that charger is rated at 10A, that 1.5V AA battery must have been > pulling the entire 10A load. > > Maybe it's good that reset tripped, or that battery may have exploded. > > At least I know the charger works..... >
Hey while you are doing your research put your dick in the blender and let us know how it went :-)
Reply by Martin Brown May 30, 20182018-05-30
On 30/05/2018 12:39, oldschool@tubes.com wrote:
> I was testing out an old 10A 12V auto battery charger. I had just > replaced the nearly dead AA Alkaline batteries in my LED flashlight. > Just for grins, I connected the battery charger to one of those AA > batteries.
A rather dumb thing to do. Boiling caustic electrolyte will burn skin and blind you if it gets in your eyes.
> > Holy shit, in seconds that battery was so hot it burned my fingers. > Thats when the reset button kicked off on the battery charger. Since > that charger is rated at 10A, that 1.5V AA battery must have been > pulling the entire 10A load.
A fresh AA alkaline cell will comfortably deliver 10A into a dead short load but get hot. My ancient DC-120 digital camera would often drew 2A peak load when it was recharging the flash and processing an image. Battery life was never very good at that discharge rate.
> > Maybe it's good that reset tripped, or that battery may have exploded. >
-- Regards, Martin Brown
Reply by May 30, 20182018-05-30
>"I was testing out an old 10A 12V auto battery charger."
How dare they presume tell you what to do with YOUR battery charger. So the voltage was a little off. Next get a 1,000 uF/35 volt lytic and try direst AC 120 to it and hold on tight. Fuck that battery power, it is just there to cut it down ! Who wants that ? Oh, BTW we want pictures so have someone around with working hands around. Right before you connect it up, tell that person "Y'all watch this".
Reply by Rob May 30, 20182018-05-30
oldschool@tubes.com <oldschool@tubes.com> wrote:
> I was testing out an old 10A 12V auto battery charger. I had just > replaced the nearly dead AA Alkaline batteries in my LED flashlight. > Just for grins, I connected the battery charger to one of those AA > batteries. > > Holy shit, in seconds that battery was so hot it burned my fingers. > Thats when the reset button kicked off on the battery charger. Since > that charger is rated at 10A, that 1.5V AA battery must have been > pulling the entire 10A load. > > Maybe it's good that reset tripped, or that battery may have exploded. > > At least I know the charger works.....
Reading this I first thought that Skybuck might have gotten past my killfilter. You aren't his next alias, are you?
Reply by May 30, 20182018-05-30
I was testing out an old 10A 12V auto battery charger. I had just
replaced the nearly dead AA Alkaline batteries in my LED flashlight. 
Just for grins, I connected the battery charger to one of those AA
batteries.

Holy shit, in seconds that battery was so hot it burned my fingers.
Thats when the reset button kicked off on the battery charger. Since
that charger is rated at 10A, that 1.5V AA battery must have been
pulling the entire 10A load. 

Maybe it's good that reset tripped, or that battery may have exploded.

At least I know the charger works.....