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Hydropak - Fuel Cell Power Storage

Hydropak - Fuel Cell Power Storage
This 50 watt, water based, fuel cell can last for about 5 hours at full power, or 10 at half power. They are great as emergency backup power supplies, and it has a miniature sister unit for powering smaller devices, like phones.


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Posted by Tibor on April 10, 2011
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Posted by pdpete on April 10, 2011 at 8:48 pm
This is certainly great technology for emergency power hopefully they can develop something with more power and that lasts longer for extended emergencies.
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