power pack with multiple battery attachments and a/c outlets, pole saw, tiller, light source, attachment to repower batteries with solar

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power pack with multiple battery attachments and a/c outlets, pole saw, tiller, light source, attachment to repower batteries with solar
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joe

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I sort of like the idea, but I find it a little bit less practical than just recharging the batteries with an EGO charger. I have a thread or two over a backpack battery that you might like to check out if you haven't already. It is just much more convenient to have a port that you plug two batteries into, which connects them in parallel, then have a cord that leads from that into a battery port for EGO products. I have another backpack battery concept that is more complex, but I think I can simplify it by just having a bar with four battery ports on it, plug 4 7.5Ah batteries into it and you essentially get a 30Ah pack, and you have four leads from it, two can plug into EGO ports, and two have converters that convert 56V DC to 120V 60Hz AC and that can be used for corded products. This is something that should be fairly easy to produce and it should open up the option of using EGO products as a professional gardener, and it would be convenient for homeowners with large yards or for EGO fanatics.  

EGO already has a list of tools to develop. The snow blower is probably on that list. 

Don't get me wrong, I, like the rest of the EGO community, so I would imagine, like ideas, and the pole saw has already been brought up, but the tiller is a new one to my knowledge. 

There is a lot of work to be done here, to say the least. I'm going to try to design something that would look slightly like a squid with four tentacles that would probably be a little bit like your power pack. :)
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Hi! Id like to keep this EGO Blower in my truck for a back up to my backpack......My question is: Can I plug the charger into my trucks 12V AC converter (cig lighter) and keep the battery charged on board in my truck rather than plug into a wall outlet......???
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Steven, see my reply to your question in the other thread you posted it in.

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