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Old 23 October 2014, 12:34   #1
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battery for bravo pump

Hi again folks;does anyone know if a 7ah sealed battery would run my bravo btp12 pump to top up airfloor to o.8 bar once in water? Seems silly leaving pump in car and going to sea and want to check pressure is right once launched.saw one advertised for bravo and it was only 7ah .there is a nice kit on flea bay for 34 for battery bag and 2 chargers but dont know if up to job ? Help please folks
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Old 23 October 2014, 14:54   #2
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Should be fine. I'm pretty sure that the standard Bravo battery is 7ah anyway.
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Old 23 October 2014, 19:41   #3
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I use a yuasa 7ah battery for powering my 12v Bravo air pump whilst blowing up my 3.5m sib.
Does it no probs.
I then use it to power my fish finder for a days fishing.
A task that it performs with plenty of power to spare.
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Thanks for replies guys got one ordered on e bay
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