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In Reply to: RE: LOL.... Your ears to high frequency? posted by Ivan303 on May 21, 2017 at 19:43:00
As compared to my battery supplies. The difference in false brightness is evident to me - if not for you. Yes, for ten times the investment, you can match the battery's performance with a "proper" linear supply. I've owned two such 5V models. Just not worth it for me in the garage system. If you really want to do it optimally, you need to purchase an LPS-1 like I use in the main syste for even better performance.
I never have difficulty finding my RPi when powered up using iPeng in the LMS environment.
That's all I do.
Front and rear lights on my bike, last only 1-2 long rides mostly one. HR monitor, use it at the gym and on the bike, that would be 6 times a week and it doesn't last a week.
iPhone, iPad and my vape pen... (oops, never mind that one!)
Anyway, you get the idea.
And the Pi is located in an area which is hard to reach to unplug from the battery at the end of the day. I could get 4-5 days off of the 24,000 mAh battery if I just remembered to turn it off at night.
Vape pen. LOL
I have one too. Maybe once a day. After work with a cocktail.
but I keep misplacing it. :-(
Why only one?
If I were you I'd have one in every room.
I have about 12 of them. Lol!
Which reminds me, I have to recharge my front and rear bike light and my HR monitor for tomorrows ride.
Vape pen will have to get in line for a charger. =:-0
oh wait, you're talking about vaping the funny green stuff!
here's a song for you...
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I can see why you only have one.
I'm talking about vaping nicotine juice. =-)
And the Pi is located in an area which is hard to reach to unplug from the battery at the end of the day.
That would be the case in the main system where I use the LPS-1.
I could get 4-5 days off of the 24,000 mAh battery if I just remembered to turn it off at night.
I do and access to the garage unit is open. I also have several batteries in rotation. At least one is always fully charged.
I was pleased with using a Terdak linear with one of my former Touch players. I found that was equivalent to using battery power.
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