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April 30, 2019
5:49 am
Stephen
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is there a reason for the advice on not using extra/ultra heavy duty batteries?

May 2, 2019
9:55 am
Isaac Nelson
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Hi Stephen,

The reason is that heavy duty batteries are designed to output low amounts of power for long periods of time. Whereas a robot requires larger bursts of power to get things like motors going. You may find that heavy duty batteries will work for a little bit, however, there is a large chance because of the low power output you will find some unwanted actions occurring. 

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