Batteries

Share your Berget "know-how" and what is necessary to be prepared for when going to Berget-games.
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Post by Tech » 17 Feb 2010, 18:43

Im new to berget so i need to ask two questions about using batteries

1. Is there a place to charge batteries at in your camp and is it redaly availible?

2. How many batteries would you suggest bringing so i can be prepared?

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Post by Ober-Lix » 17 Feb 2010, 18:48

Point 1, yes there are.
Point 2, one or two more will do the trick.
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Post by Brekkjern » 17 Feb 2010, 20:13

That would also depend on the capacity and the amount of ammo you are planning to use. I personally cannot answer you how much mAh you should bring so someone else should answer that.

Now to asking a bit more specific. How many LiPo 7,4v 2200mAh 35C batteries should i bring?

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Post by kjsaw » 17 Feb 2010, 20:16

Power is generally available somewhere, although it might not always be available exactly when you need it (all points might be used, a generator might be waiting for fuel... etc). So at least two batteries are a must.
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Post by Klings » 17 Feb 2010, 22:07

One battery was enugh for me last year, a active squad commander... but a spare one is a minimum!
everyone remembers to bring extra AEG battery, but,,, keep in mind your Aimpoint, GPS, Flashlight... an so on... Remember your AA and AAA :=
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Post by Brekkjern » 17 Feb 2010, 22:10

And also CR123A. To add to the common batteries list.

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Post by hezi » 17 Feb 2010, 23:39

it's like what Brekkjern written ,
it's really depends on your airsoft AEG , the battery the AEG uses and the battery capacity , and how much you are trigger happy :)

it is recommended to do some tests on this issue before coming to Beregt .
although there is power supply station to charge your battery.

for example my AEG uses 9.6 1600mAh battery,
and the battery can hold up to 15 mid-cap magazines until the battery is discharged .
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Post by Klings » 18 Feb 2010, 00:42

if you're gona fire aprox. 4000 rounds during the game, a 9,6V 3300mAh will be enugh. I fired only 2000 of that during berget, and an 2000 next week @ a game in Norway. Same battery. Large battery FTW.

If your AEG runs on on mini batteries u have to bring several, consider buying Lipo (space saving, money spending) or a peq battry or something.
There are neat guides on how to modify guns to take larger batteries on the internet, check it out. Google it.

And if your aeg is a MP5K or UZI... uhm... sucks to be you .:P

Comparing Hezi and my "rounds per battery" statements (i hope Hazi's midcaps are 120 bb's) i belive you can say "One BB per 1mAh" With 9'6V
You may fire more (Actual numberd are 1,1 bb's per 1mAh)
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Post by Blackwolf » 18 Feb 2010, 04:11

Hello

Bring 3 batteries and have always one at the charge station, when you come back from a mission put the fresh one in and have the other one charged.

Usually the charge station is near HQ and you can always ask a HQ guard to take it out once its charged.

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Post by hezi » 18 Feb 2010, 15:16

Klings wrote: Comparing Hezi and my "rounds per battery" statements (i hope Hazi's midcaps are 120 bb's)
Yes they are :) .....120bb's per one magazine .
as for me I can say that i only shoot when i see the target,
i'm trying to avoid of spraying innocent bushes and trees with bb's,

for Berget 7 I had two Batteries fully charged
and didn't need to use the the good service of charging the battery at the HQ post.
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Post by Buckmaster » 18 Feb 2010, 16:14

Moiners,
hezi wrote:
Klings wrote: Comparing Hezi and my "rounds per battery" statements (i hope Hazi's midcaps are 120 bb's)
Yes they are :) .....120bb's per one magazine .
as for me I can say that i only shoot when i see the target,
i'm trying to avoid of spraying innocent bushes and trees with bb's,

for Berget 7 I had two Batteries fully charged
and didn't need to use the the good service of charging the battery at the HQ post.
No, there are not 120bbs in the Mag! Just 90bbs!! Due to Berget Rules.
Sorry to disappoint.

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Post by Trasher-HU » 01 Mar 2010, 17:02

Regarding batteries....

It all depends on the shooting/gaming style, and the muzzle energy.

I shot a sh*tload of people at B7, got into some heavy firefights, yet I didn't have to replace the battery (8.4v 2200mah nimh in a 360-370fps AEG).... It was the same for my team mate who used my spare AEG.

I had 3 extra batteries, just in case, but we never needed them.

But this could be very different if you are a trigger happy guy, or you run a more powerful rifle.
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