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LabRadar on USB battery?

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Has anybody tried running a LabRadar on one of the 10,000 mAh battery packs?  I got a heckuva a deal on a twin pack at BJ's today.  They'll run 2.1 amp output, so (according to the book), they should suffice....  I'm really just curious about the longevity of the setup.  Will one charge run the Radar for an all-day session at the range?

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Is there an AC adapter for the Labrador?


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21 hours ago, Braxton1 said:

Has anybody tried running a LabRadar on one of the 10,000 mAh battery packs?  I got a heckuva a deal on a twin pack at BJ's today.  They'll run 2.1 amp output, so (according to the book), they should suffice....  I'm really just curious about the longevity of the setup.  Will one charge run the Radar for an all-day session at the range?


‘that’s what I use.  Works great!

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Yeah, I run mine an an Anker 26800 mah bank. I ran constantly for 6 hours when I was doing a big comparison and it used maybe 20%

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Higher amp output helps, because there is a surge of current when the radar is triggered.   I have used a 10k mAh pack multiple sessions with plenty of reserve left. 

 

AA NiMH also works well, but is not as convenient. 

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Thats all I run them on... Zero issues.

Sometimes it is a 10,000 mah, other times it is 28,000 mah solar one. 

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run Labradar on a USB battery pack for sure. They SUCK DOWN the power

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