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05-02-2005 03:39 PM  13 years agoPost 1
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rrApprentice

Daleville/Ft. Rucker, Alabama

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Hello, I was wondering, what are most of you using to power your digilive reciever at the field. I was going to shop around today for something to use but I realize that I need the right DC plug for it, since I can't get away with using aligator clips, hehe . Anyway I have a 12v gel cell for my other accesories but how do I get it to connect to the reciever.

Buy the right DC plug and connect it to the battery itself?

Henry

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05-02-2005 07:17 PM  13 years agoPost 2
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rrProfessor

Port Orchard, Washington

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We just did this. :D
Henry,
Go to Radio shack and get the plug, some 14G or so wire, and what ever kind of battery clip you want. They have a ton of them and the people there can probably help you find the correct size, but usually they have a bunch of them hanging there to test fit with.

I am using a 9V battery clip that I wired to a round plug.
The polarity is marked on the AC adapter that came with the receiver.

It worked great for us with just the little 9V range was fantastic with that big antenna.
In fact we even hooked the antenna up to my cheap Radio shack receiver and got a fantastic picture.

Jason Stiffey
Fly Fast....Live Slow...

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