# The battery operated pre-amplifier with a consumption of 10 Watts can work on battery of 12

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The battery operated pre-amplifier with a consumption of 10 Watts can work on battery of 12 volt, 100 AH having efficiency of 50% for

• 120 hrs.

• 60 hrs.

• 100 hrs.

• 10 hrs.

The battery operated pre-amplifier with a consumption of 10 Watts can work on battery of 12 volt, 100 AH having efficiency of 50% for 60 hrs.

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