Pool Side Power

Pool Side Power
Posted by Andy Goshorn at 2015-01-30 21:28:39

I would like to provide power pool side to avoid having the students carry batteries on the pool deck.  Does anyone have recommendations on the best way to do this?

Mahalo.

Andy

Re: Pool Side Power
Posted by John Dilks at 2015-09-11 10:14:03

Andy Goshorn wrote on 2015-01-30 21:28:39:

I would like to provide power pool side to avoid having the students carry batteries on the pool deck.  Does anyone have recommendations on the best way to do this?

Mahalo.

Andy


Hi Andy,

I made the following for my grandson with "Lantern" style batteries.  I disn't want his using lead-acid sealed batteries around the pool.

I used 2 6-volt wired in series and wrapped them in plastic to keep pool deck water out.  see attachment and video link.

 [http://tinyurl.com/Sawyers-SeaPerch-ROV]

73, John, K2TQN

   

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Re: Pool Side Power
Posted by John Dilks at 2015-09-11 10:14:42

Andy Goshorn wrote on 2015-01-30 21:28:39:

I would like to provide power pool side to avoid having the students carry batteries on the pool deck.  Does anyone have recommendations on the best way to do this?

Mahalo.

Andy


Hi Andy,

I made the following for my grandson with "Lantern" style batteries.  I disn't want his using lead-acid sealed batteries around the pool.

I used 2 6-volt wired in series and wrapped them in plastic to keep pool deck water out.  see attachment and video link.

 [http://tinyurl.com/Sawyers-SeaPerch-ROV]

73, John, K2TQN

   

Attachments

Icon SP-Testset-2.jpg  (452KB)
Re: Pool Side Power
Posted by John Dilks at 2015-09-11 10:16:27

Andy Goshorn wrote on 2015-01-30 21:28:39:

I would like to provide power pool side to avoid having the students carry batteries on the pool deck.  Does anyone have recommendations on the best way to do this?

Mahalo.

Andy


Hi Andy,

I made the following for my grandson with "Lantern" style batteries.  I disn't want his using lead-acid sealed batteries around the pool.

I used 2 6-volt wired in series and wrapped them in plastic to keep pool deck water out.  see attachment and video link.

 [http://tinyurl.com/Sawyers-SeaPerch-ROV]

73, John, K2TQN

   

Attachments

Icon SP-Testset-2.jpg  (452KB)
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