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Using 12 volt Batteries:

To operate a 10 amp load for 1 hour, you would need 10 amp hours from a Battery.
To operate at a 50 amp load for 1 hour you would need 50 amp hours from a Battery.
To operate at a 100 amp load for 1 hour you would need 100 amp hours from a Battery.

To operate a 10 amp load for 24 hours, you would need 240 amp hours from a Battery.
To operate a 50 amp load for 24 hours, you would need 500 amp hours from a Battery.

   
 
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Tip

Geoff Noll says:

If you remove battery acid from each cell with your hydrometer, & keep in a clean bucket for use later, dissolve 220grams of epsom salt into 550ml of rain water, snow, or distilled water at 150 degrees, stir until the ES is all mixed with the water, then add 83ml of this ES water to each cell, the top up the cells to normal level using the saved battery acid, then charge the battery, or install battery in your vehicle & jump start, then go for a drive, the vibration will mix the ES water throughout the battery stripping off all sulphate allowing a full charge to be achieved.!! ... I've done this 6 times, my battery was bought in 1997.

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