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Battery pack 5V vs 12V


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Hi all, first I want to say "hello world" as it's my first post here (not last, you can be sure). I just ordered Mark V and I hope would get it in next few days, I'm from Europe so it's quite difficult to get any accessories for it that is why I want to as if following battery would suit:

http://www.goclever.com/uk/products,c1/peripherals,c32/powerbank,a81.html#features

What would be the difference between 5V and 12V power source, practical difference. I can't order power bank from hakshop as customs will stop my package on 100% that is why I have to search sth locally. Help much appreciated.

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I live in Europe (Sweden) also I have ordered a mark v and travel pack! delivered. why would customs stop your package? it's not forbidden to possess these electronic devices!

duty only charge customs fee.

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by stopping package I meant that I will have to pay tax for it and to be honest it would cost too much for me. That is why I am looking for some other possibilities. I can't see battery packs on hakshop website, could anyone post me the link? Sorry for such basic questions but really can't find it lol

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We don't sell battery packs separate at the current time.

My personal recommendation is 9V or 12th battery packs as the WiFi Pineapple MKV will be able to handle a higher load without issues.

Another plus on the higher voltage is, battery packs last longer.

Best regards,

Sebkinne

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I have a 10,400 mAh usb battery pack. I get 12 hours off of it with just the pineapple at stock power settings and nothing else connected. If I connect a 3rd nic via usb, it becomes a little unstable and I get random resets even at full charge.

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I have a 10,400 mAh usb battery pack. I get 12 hours off of it with just the pineapple at stock power settings and nothing else connected. If I connect a 3rd nic via usb, it becomes a little unstable and I get random resets even at full charge.

Understand, but what output voltage do you use?

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