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David Jenkins

posted on 1/11/18 at 10:15 PM Reply With Quote
Even more Binky!



I like their response to all of the comments about running cables through the chassis without grommets... took a little while before it registered with me!





The older I get, the better I was...

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AdamR20

posted on 2/11/18 at 08:57 AM Reply With Quote
Ridiculous!
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SJ

posted on 2/11/18 at 01:07 PM Reply With Quote
Not saying I could come up with a better solution, but I don't like that flexible drive shaft they are using to drive the alternator etc.
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David Jenkins

posted on 2/11/18 at 03:35 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by SJ
Not saying I could come up with a better solution, but I don't like that flexible drive shaft they are using to drive the alternator etc.


I was wondering about that - it takes a lot of power to turn an alternator, especially when all the lights are on. I don't know what its chances of long-term survival would be...





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Theshed

posted on 2/11/18 at 06:28 PM Reply With Quote
60 amp @ 12v = 720 Watts say 50% efficient? about 3hp. Its not a huge load.

I doubt these two failed to ask for a datasheet!

On a different topic - extraordinary what they do with a tiny hobby lathe and mill - the poor things

Inspires me to get back into the shed...now where is my heater...

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