Translation of power pack in Spanish:

power pack

noun/nombre

  • (adaptor) transformador (masculine); (battery) pila (feminine)
    More example sentences
    • This woman had a friend hook up a power pack from an electric fence to the windshield wiper.
    • As the batteries run low, patients simply strap on a power pack that recharges the batteries via radio waves beamed through their skin.
    • Get a few spare batteries or a power pack and you will not regret it.
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    • Add lights as desired keeping total bulb wattage at or below the power pack's (transformer's) maximum output rating.
    • You could add a second transformer, splitting the load between 2 power packs, or purchase a power pack with a wattage rating high enough to handle the entire load.

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