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electrical:12v:self-jumpstarting [2017/10/11 13:02]
frater_secessus created
electrical:12v:self-jumpstarting [2018/07/03 08:22] (current)
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 ====== Self-jumpstarting ====== ====== Self-jumpstarting ======
  
-Self-jumpstarting means jumpstarting one's vehicle without the use of another vehicle. ​ The most common way to do this is by [[electrical:​12v:​alternator|combining]] house and chassis batteries.+Self-jumpstarting means jumpstarting one'​s ​own vehicle without the use of another vehicle. ​ The most common way to do this is by [[electrical:​12v:​alternator|combining]] house and chassis batteries.
  
-isolators+===== solenoids ===== 
 +Solenoids/​relays will automatically self-jumpstart assuming there is enough voltage in the starter battery to energize the solenoid. It is a mechanical connection and power will flow both ways. 
  
 +===== relays =====
  
-jump packs+[[electrical:​12v:​alternator#​isolators|Solid state isolators]] are diode based and will not allow power to flow from the house battery to the starter battery. ​ Therefore they cannot be used to self-jumpstart. 
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 +===== jump packs ===== 
 +[[https://​amzn.to/​2ITeBba|Lithium "jump packs"​]] have become more popular. ​ Lithium-chemistry batteries can discharge quickly, so even relative small packs can jumpstart a car.  
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 +'​Dwellers may want to pick a jump pack that has 12v or USB outlets so it can have other uses. 
  
  
electrical/12v/self-jumpstarting.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/03 08:22 by frater_secessus