Leisure batteries and amps

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  1. Road Runner

    Road Runner

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    Looking at this site 6 volt leisure batteries hold many more amps the 12 volt batteries

    SEE HERE

    Now i have 2 x 6 volt batteries already wired - to + and wonder if it extra amperage that they are done like this?
     
  2. johnsandywhite

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    :Cool: If you had 2 x 6 volt 200ah batteries wired as a 12 volt? They would give you a 12 volt 200ah battery. :winky:
     
  3. Road Runner

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    Right so not as good as it first seemed:cry:
     
  4. Wildman

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    unlike Gordon Brown you can't get power of nothing. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
    mind you enough batteries would light him up a treat, I'll donate a battery to help power his electric chair.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  5. stagman

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    Work you power out by volts x amps i.e. 12v x 110 amp = 1320 va or 1320 watts 6v x 110amps = 660 va or 660watts therefore the first example will give you more power.:RollEyes:
     
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