Project Farm on YouTube did a great test of cylinder Batts, but not 9vI looked at a You Tube test of Amazon vs Duracell "test" of 9V alkaline batteries. The test was a waste of time since the author did not test how long each battery will power a load.
Another proper(?) test said that the Amazon battery was a good choice but maybe Amazon paid them to say that.
You seem to be stuck on 9-V batteries. Why? Everyone has told you they will not work.Ok, I need more idiot checks here
Leaving Batts in series, 18v ( or probably 16-17 nominal)
If I put the fans in series that will cut current flow (double load right?) And Batts may last longer but fans spin slower
Running parallel will keep both at the same speed but one but kill Batts 2x as fast.
Biggest dumb question of the day, what happens if I run 2 Batts in series but then add ONE more on parallel? The series burns the 3rd batt right?
Am I committing any errors above (aside from this whole fools errand)?
I don't see anything else which is light enough or small enough or able to sit in sunlight and or have no risk of explosion in a small crash.You seem to be stuck on 9-V batteries. Why? Everyone has told you they will not work.
Edit, just saw some posts offering optionsI don't see anything else which is light enough or small enough or able to sit in sunlight and or have no risk of explosion in a small crash
The same company produces another portable AC unit. "AC" might stand for Air Cooler.So, in this case what does AC actually mean? We know it's not an air CONDITIONER, it would just be a fan. But what sort of fan? And what does AC stand for? Acceptable Cretin? As in Fool and his money?
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