Thanks so much for the info! You mentioned that batteries are not capacitors. That gives me an idea. Would it be a good idea then to put in a large capacitor like a motor starting cap to take the initial inrush of current? If so, would this cap go in series or parallel to the battery? I'm sorry for the somewhat simple question, I have only dealt with small decoupling caps of 10uF or less to filter out noise in the line and maintain voltage. Using a cap to store energy is a bit foreign to me.
I suggest you use a lead-acid battery if weight is not an issue, or a LiPo battery if it is.
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