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Power Wheels Battery Alternative
- Power Wheels is a brand of battery-powered ride-on toy cars for kids ages 12 months to seven years old.
- (Power wheel) A built in mechanical device to recover a portion of the power consumed by a constant speed centrifugal compressor when operating at reduced capacity or reduced pressure rise, or both. (060)
- option: one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; "what option did I have?"; "there no other alternative"; "my only choice is to refuse"
- (of one or more things) Available as another possibility
- (of two things) Mutually exclusive
- Of or relating to behavior that is considered unconventional and is often seen as a challenge to traditional norms
- alternate: serving or used in place of another; "an alternative plan"
- necessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities; "alternative possibilities were neutrality or war"
- A fortified emplacement for heavy guns
- group of guns or missile launchers operated together at one place
- A container consisting of one or more cells, in which chemical energy is converted into electricity and used as a source of power
- An artillery subunit of guns, men, and vehicles
- a collection of related things intended for use together; "took a battery of achievement tests"
- a device that produces electricity; may have several primary or secondary cells arranged in parallel or series
Wagan 400-Watt Power Dome Jumpstarter with Built-In Air Compressor and LED Utility Light
The Wagan 400-Watt Power Dome Jumpstarter provides 900 peak cranking amps and comes equipped with industrial grade number 6 cables and heavy-duty booster clamps, making it easy to start your vehicle in emergency situations. The 275-psi air compressor features a quick flow high-powered motor, a high-pressure air hose, and can inflate a 16-inch tire in about 6 minutes. This jumpstarter also features a built-in 400-watt DC-to-AC power inverter that can power TVs, laptops, stereos and more. It also comes with two 12-volt DC power outlets with overload protection. The five bright LED lights help light up the night, and easy to read bi-color LED indicator lights inform you of the unit's power status and charge level.
There are times when an alternative power source is called for, not just to jump-start your vehicle but to power appliances in an area where there is no available outlet. The Wagan Power Dome 400-watt power source provides more than enough power to restart your car and run lights and power tools in emergency situations.
Jump-Start Your Car and Power Small Appliances
The Power Dome features 900 peak cranking amps, and connects to your vehicle battery via industrial grade number 6 cables and heavy-duty booster clamps. There are 2 AC outlets and 2 DC outlets for running smaller appliances with overload protection and easy-to-read bi-color LED indicator lights to inform you of power status and charge levels.
900 peak cranking amps makes the Wagan Power Dome an important addition to your camping or emergency supplies.
The unit comes with 2 AC and 2 DC outlets.
An air compressor allows you to inflate tires, sports gear, and more.
Portable and Powerful
A powerful 18 amp-hour battery is at the heart of this portable power system. It pumps out 600 cranking amps to jump-start a car, truck, or boat and provides up to 400 watts of 110-volt house current to run TVs, laptops, stereos, cell phones, and more. It also has two lighter sockets to power your 12-volt accessories away from the car. The Power Dome can jump start most 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder engines and will operate a wide range of DC-powered products. Ideal for power emergencies, the Power Dome is a perfect compact power source that goes where you do.
Runs Small Appliances
The Power Dome also has 2 AC and 2 DC to run items like hand-held games, laptops, and lamps if there's no household outlet nearby. For convenience and safety, the product has a built-in 5-LED light for extra illumination. With a run time of more than 15 hours, the light is useful during an extended power outage, a weekend camping trip, or when jump-starting a car at night.
Built-in Air Compressor
The built-in 260 psi air compressor inflates tires or sports equipment with ease. The high-powered motor and high-pressure air hose inflates a 16-inch tire in about 6 minutes.
Charge the Power Dome at home or in your vehicle with the included adapters to make it ready anytime, anywhere you need it.
Includes complete gauges, overload protection, and external fuse for safe operation.
Vale of Ffestiniog
When the Ffestiniog Railway won the fight for the Welsh Highland, they obtained 2 Bo-Bo Funkey Diesels along with the Garratts (not pictured) both Funkey's were largely worn out, and too large for the FR Loading Gauge, National Power sponsored the overhaul and rebuild of a Funkey and is seen here in 2002 painted in National Power livery and looking like a narrow gauge Class 58 Diesel
(they say its based on a 59 ?)
Vale of Ffestiniog is the preferred Diesel for off peak services, she has been out of use for some time due to loaning parts to keep her sister Carnarfon Castle (not pictured) running on the Welsh highland, however, she returned to service during 2008 re-painted into FR house Green as still carried by Upnor Castle (not pictured) on the Welsh Highland
This locomotive is a 335 HP turbo-charged B-B diesel-hydraulic built by CH Funkey & Co (Pty) Ltd of Alberton, near Johannesburg, South Africa, for a diamond mine in Namibia. It arrived at the FR on 16 October 1993, one of three engines purchased from Pretoria Portland Cement Ltd, New Brighton Cement Works, Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, South Africa. The second loco, now Castell Caernarfon, is in service on the Welsh Highland Railway (Caernarfon), its superstructure being unchanged. A third loco was involved, details below.
When the two Funkeys arrived in 1993, there was a deliberate decision to treat them differently but with a caveat for "later on" offering the possibility of them working together.
When they arrived they were equipped with quite complex electrical control systems on them that allowed them to run in multiple. This system even included switches on the seats to make sure the driver was sat down. They had tachographs installed with discs still in showing impressive high speeds. They were festooned with safety cut-out switches most of which were shorted out to get them to run.
Of the two loco's, one had evidently been crashed at some time and had had a new cab made out of steel. This loco was selected for trials on the Festiniog on the grounds that the gas axe doesn't work so well on fibreglass! In this form it ran several trials on the FR.
The one with the intact fibreglass body (now Castell Caernarfon), was selected for the WHR and it was decided to rewire and rework the control systems to a simplified pattern. To this end it was fitted with Bowden cable drives for the throttle and gear selection and a simplified electrical scheme but with the deadman systems needed to single man these days. Paul Martin did the rewiring of the loco at Boston Lodge. In this form it did several test trips on the FR but of course only across the cob.
The point of the caveat and "later on" reference was that at the time it was decided to do the simple rebuild with the possibility of doing a more "Vale of Ffestiniog" type job on it later. The theory was that if it was sent to Dinas in its tall form it would suffice until the lines were connected and by then it would be due an overhaul the extent of which could be decided at the time.
Very much more powerful than previous FR internal combustion units, the Funkey provides an attraction in its own right as well as reserve power able to handle the heaviest trains. The original body was, however, far too large for the FR loading gauge, and as a result the loco has received a new body with a cab at each end. Work on this was done with the generous support of National Power (now Innogy). The FR's loco originally carried a livery similar to the Class 59's operated by the National Power Rail Unit at Ferrybridge for the transport of coal and limestone to power stations, while the name Vale of Ffestiniog is in keeping with the names carried by the National Power locos, as well as denoting the valley through which part of the FR runs. The transformation of the Funkey into Vale of Ffestiniog was the main part of the FR's participation in the 1997 Year of Engineering Success campaign.
The locomotive is of the B-B classification in diesel terms but is rather unique in that all wheels are coupled mechanically in a similar manner to that of a Climax steam locomotive. The power unit is a Cummins NT 855 L4 big cam diesel engine producing 335 HP at 2100 RPM cooled by a fan cooled radiator. The diesel engine drives through a torque converter into a constant mesh epicyclic gearbox giving forward and reverse gears and was manufactured by Allison of America. The final drive is a drop-down gearbox integral with the speed/direction gearbox having two output flanges from which the cardan shafts drive to the final drive gearboxes. The gears are engaged by hydraulically operated clutches through an integral selection valve, as is the direction function, with the hydraulic power being supplied by an integral pump. Engine and gearbox oil is cooled by the cooling system through separate heat exchangers. The final drive gearboxes, one to each axle and coupled by cardan shafts, are axle hung with t
The wondrous Red Shed, the most perfect Peugeot 306 I've ever owned*. Now for sale.
As I'm now officially a commuter, I've had to go and buy a proper car that I can put proper miles on. It's hello, shiny new car (and boxes of tissues and cushions on the rear parcel shelf and possibly string- acked driving gloves if I'm not careful) and goodbye Red Shed, possibly the most amazing Peugeot 306 I have ever owned.
If you know of anyone looking for a reliable (I kid you not) car that is happy hauling loads and generally pootling around, but can still get up to 80 on the motorway (ahem) then please point them my way. I am not looking for more than ?300, and may take considerably less if bribed with doughnuts. Also happy to swap for a pair of Maxle Revelations in good condition.
Amongst the Red Shed's various outstanding features:
* It's red. Ferraris are also red. You get the picture.
* I owned this car when I met my fiancee. This is proof positive that the Shed will make you successful with the ladies (or gents).
* Automatically immune from being cut up by Audi drivers - they know you don't care if it gets dinged.
* New exhaust about a year ago.
* At least one new tyre. Possibly two.
* One of the tyres says it was originally filled with helium. This makes the car both lighter and squeakier at the same time.
* A Sunroof. That is waterproof. And opens and closes. And yet remains waterproof. After closing. I make no guaruntees for waterproofness while open.
* An Alternative Pastel Wing. This car might be red, but one front wing is a lovely pinky pastel colour that tells discerning motorists that you are a connoisseur. When I am rich beyond the dreams of Croesus, I may well commission an Alternative Pastel Wing of the Tate Modern. If you bought this car, you could live the same dream.
* Five wheels - all attached to the car! At the same time! One of them doesn't go around when the car is in motion. I believe this is because it's the spare wheel, but you might want to get a garage to verify this before purchase.
* Five (manual) gears, or six if you count reverse. Awesome.
* Utterly reliable if driven regularly. Might use a new battery (or a recharge of the three year old battery) if not. Worked just fine in the snows recently.
* 1.8 litre petrol engine with Raw Power(tm).
* Three (count 'em) original plastic hubcaps. The fourth is somewhere in the woods on top of Box Hill. My fiancee knows where it is, as she was driving the shed at the time, hit the pothole that dislodged the hubcap, and saw it bounding away with all the joi de vivre of a recently-fed labrador into the woods.
* Central locking.
* Front electric windows work. The rear ones? Not so well.
* Colour coded bumpers. If the car was a sort of washed out grey.
* My friends Mark and Liz used to own the Red Shed. They actually looked after it. Mark tells me he even used to wash it and even put colour restorer on the Alternative Pastel Wing. I still have the bottle of colour restorer Mark gave me. It's probably not gone off, and I'll throw it into the deal.
To be serious for a moment, this car is actually rather good; I needed it to do around 6,000 miles a year, mostly on motorways, and that's what it's done for the last four or five years. I've had it serviced once a year. I've bought stuff for it when it needed it, and generally been quite nice to it. It's got an MOT until October (from memory), and tax until the end of April. If you need a stopgap car - or a banger that will be fine for years to come if not driven hard, then drop me a line. It's an N registration 306 XT with 129,000 miles on the clock.
* This is the only Peugeot 306 I have ever owned
power wheels battery alternative
Npl-0592 Features: -Mercedes Benz G55 Truck 12V. -Color: Gray. -Licensed with authentic Mercedes Benz details. -Toy is a ride-on version of the former military off-road vehicle turned luxury SUV. -12V battery propels 2 passengers at a cruising speed of up to 5 mph when the gas pedal is pressed. -Releasing the pedal brings the car to a smooth stop. -Deep treaded plastic wheels with chrome hubcaps roll smoothly over paved surfaces. -Interior keeps young drivers entertained with 8 interactive buttons that play different authentic SUV sound effects. -Real working FM radio, horn and an MP3 outlet to play music from any MP3 player or iPod. -Adjustable seat and pretend seatbelts. -Suitable for children over 3 years old. -Charger included: Yes. -Assembly required. -Warranty: 90 days parts replacement. Specifications: -Batteries: 1 x 12 volt. -Forward: 2.5 and 5 mph. -Reverse: 2.5 mph. -Maximum weight capacity: 130 lbs.
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