On my side, I don't have another DC power source to try with and also I don't have a battery and a charging system for this kind of batteries.
In the last one and a half month I had some important enhancement work done (thermal insulation for my home) which costed me a lot of money so this is not a good time for me to buy additional stuff, for a while I will need to stay low on expenses until I stabilize myself.
About ZPM working on battery, there are two important things to keep in mind for a successful experiment.
The first thing is the ground connection, so far the only ZPM replica working without ground connection is Atti's replication here.
there are cases when the current drawn from the power supply is close to zero. There are times when grounding is necessary.
The second thing is the requirement of constant voltage on input.
Remember any variation of input voltage will affect ZPM's optimal resonance frequency. When ZPM is not working at its optimal resonance frequency its input consumption will increase.
This is the reason why my experiment with batteries on input here failed.
I kind of find this test inconclusive because having a variable voltage the frequency of the ZPM is not optimum at all so of course it will require more current all the time not just a few miliampers like it's happening when the source is providing the same voltage and there is a fixed optimum frequency.
ZPM's consumption is not constant, it's consuming the input power in pulses. And I'm not sure the battery can do what a laboratory DC source does - to maintain a constant voltage in any conditions.
So in my opinion these two things must be taken in consideration for an experiment with ZPM working on battery.
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