I have seen people say on here say that "LED's operate on current but not voltage".
Now to my understanding of physics and I to
I resent that...im Zionosis's friend. Troll life ftw!dc38 Today, 06:01 PM
While I support a person having their own opinion, I have to say that your lack of understanding is brought forth in almost
Wikipedia isn't BS and actually has a lot of educational information. You must be one of those tools that is like "hehe Wiki ain't even a sourcezionosis Today, 06:00 PM
Here is my latest video review of an LED Flashlight. It's the DDT40 from Imalent. Inside the review are actual video comparison shots between othermhanlen Today, 05:59 PM
So you are wrong I have proven through a manufacturers document that sulphuric gas can vent from a lead acid battery. Unless you want to dispute the manufacturer.KelDG Today, 05:59 PM
Of the electrolyte. Lead acid batteries have mostly water and some sulfuric acid in their electrolyte. As you charge the battery chemical reactions occur.zionosis Today, 05:58 PM
I never thought id say this...but i think a wikipedia page has more credibility than you do...
I did some quick / rough calculations and to get 600 lux at 100 feet, you'll need a light that has a cd of about 500,000 cd.
I found this
So do you even understand how a lead acid battery works? How much stuff do you believe also?
I am not saying the manufacturers document was wrong
Electrolysis of what?dc38 Today, 05:52 PM
I said it was not as simple as electrolyzing water.
I don't claim anything, the manufacturer is doing that for me.
Care to explain the reaction as to how it's created?
In overcharging electrolysis occurs. You claimed before that it isn't as simple as electrolysis
Here is a manufacturers data sheet for a lead acid battery, read section 5 unusual fire and explosion hazards, if you can't be bothered an excerpt isKelDG Today, 05:45 PM
Ready in Pa.....Lighthouse one Today, 05:42 PM