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Daystate Batteries

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Crab Doctor, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. Crab Doctor

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    Hey Forum, long time no post!

    Where can I get hold of Daystate batteris without going through Daystate? Can anyone give me a link?

    Cheeeeeerrs
     
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    After a brief search a while ago I came to the conclusion that that particular battery (form factor, output and connector type) is a non-standard type comissioned by Daystate; hence IMO you'll struggle to source one elsewhere..
     
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    Try BAR Blackpool Air Rifles
     
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    They don't list spares on their website
     
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    And Chambers don't do Daystate
     
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    Can someone give me the spec and size for this and I will see if I can make one . I've made a few batteries for the micro planes I build so I'm sure I could do something :)
     
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    Take a look at the link I posted
     
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    You sure? :p;)
     
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    Hmm will have a think, how much room is there in the rifle ?

    9.6 is no problem but 8.4 ...... can get 7.2 lipo 450 mah but not sure that would be enough
     
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    8xAAA cells connected in series, connectors available from Maplins
     
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    u can easily solder 7 of AAA type NI-MH cells together (hex) to get 8.4v up to 2000 mah
    u will need 8 AAA cells in case u have the IS (information screen) version as it's not so good at lower voltage
     
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    That would be to big wouldn't it ? I was thinking more along the line of poss 3 s lipo with a modified voltage reg to take it from 11.1 to 8.4 :) .

    Then invest in a lipo charger
     
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    7x AAA cells nicely fit to mk4 or airwoolf

    If u have unregged mk3, u can fit inside absolutely anything

    If u have regged mk3, u will have to cut out a small pocket inside the stock
     
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    And li_post are not good for deep discharge at all and use will have to make new charging connector or dissolder the original from the pcb
     
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    I got my last one from BAR.
     
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    Yep ,I'm fully aware of that but careful management and a quicker charge would be benificial ?
     

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