Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by OH8STN, Dec 3, 2021.
Ok I enjoyed that....
If you are deploying in a car or a truck you might take a look at a Bluetti EB-70 for power. I got one earlier this year with Bluetti’s 200 watt solar panel. I have been experimenting what I can do with it, the other night my wife used a 3 quart Insta pot and cooked a meal with the EB 70 and we still had lots of power to spare so it was pretty cool.
One man in the woods gets his stuff taken away by two men in woods. Team up people this lone ranger bs will just get you rolled!
Yea, then 3 men show up......ARM THYSELF!
Going out in the Subaru is rare but often thought about building or buying another solar generator. What puts me off with commercial models is they don't have high current DC Anderson powerpole outputs. My 576wh solar generator build is still strong, but we didn't take it on this trip.
Some of us prefer not to live in a constant state of fear.
I have built a cigarette lighter adapter to anderson powerpole cable. EB-70 uses a 716WH, LiFePO4 battery. At the cigarette lighter adapter it will put out 10A. Thats more then plenty for my FT-817nd.
I really enjoyed this..... AND I have both the Surface and the Ic-705;-)
Another great video, Julian.
Nothing feels better than chowing down on some good food in a warm shelter after working outside in the cold. Too bad you guys did not have any beer to go with it, but that's probably not a good idea at 60 degrees north because you won't feel yourself getting cold and you could end up suffering from exposure.
The tips you share go way beyond ham radio...SOTA/POTA in western mountains can get dangerous if the operator gets caught unprepared in a snow squall.
Outstanding, I didn't know Bluetti uses LiFePO4. I'll have a look.