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New topics, ideas, reviews for the video blog / Re: New crimping video please
« Last post by EliasHartz on December 07, 2018, 01:15:58 AM »
I really want to know How does the site crawl and most of the information about it is enough to explain?
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YouTube Video Episodes / Re: Proper BMS wiring for 4-cell Li-ion battery
« Last post by EliasHartz on December 07, 2018, 01:15:12 AM »
Do not know how much you can help me get this information because I want to access a lot of information, do not know how to help me?
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Older Technology / Re: Just a little bit of flex
« Last post by SeanB on December 06, 2018, 01:30:58 PM »
I would guess whatever came close that was smaller than the spider. Gecko, smaller spiders, small rodents, snakes would all rate as prospective dinner fare.
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Older Technology / Re: Just a little bit of flex
« Last post by Mr Eastwood on December 05, 2018, 02:01:36 PM »
Interesting construction.

What's the spider feed on,  stray cats? ;)

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Older Technology / Just a little bit of flex
« Last post by SeanB on November 14, 2018, 02:56:26 PM »
Was looking for something, and came across this, so decided to post a picture or two of it.

Old flex PCB with 2 Panaplex displays on it, and the drivers. Designed to be folded up into a very compact display, and with the tiny little sugar cube size power supply as well, and the supply decoupling capacitor being too big to mount on the board, they simply gave it longer leads.

Last is a little thing I moved this morning, took from indoors and left outside in a nice sheltered spot where she can get some food and hopefully not interact with people again. Most people are afraid of Baboon spiders, though they do make nice pets once they get used to you.

Cannot show this to my neighbour, she would make a new exit, as she is afraid of even the littlest hunting spider.
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General Discussion / Re: What happened to Martin..?!
« Last post by Administrator on November 13, 2018, 09:13:40 AM »
Hello Folks....it's been a while!

This year has been filled with two construction projects which has  kept my hands full. Our home in Black Mountain is nearing completion and we hope to move in towards the end of December.
I've (with contractor) also started the build of my new cabin / studio / work space. It's 18x32 feet and made from Superior Walls and will have a concrete slab as the floor. It should be dried in by late December or early January. At that point I might be selling more test equipment to finance the the completion of the interior.

Wildlife still abounds. I have had many bear sightings this year, both in person from my car and on the wildlife camera. There have been several incidents reported of altercations with people and pets in the area as well. One mother bear having to be killed sadly:
https://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/local/2018/09/24/mother-bear-killed-after-attacking-woman-swannanoa-cubs-relocated/1410215002/

I am still working on video content, I hope to post videos more frequently once the move into our new home is complete.

Cheers,
Martin.
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YouTube Video Episodes / Re: High Frequency High Voltage Circuit
« Last post by Beswai on November 11, 2018, 10:56:05 PM »
I would like to help in providing you with useful information if needed.
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Buy and Sell / Provides information for everyone.
« Last post by Beswai on November 11, 2018, 10:55:30 PM »
We will be glad to provide you with good information for those who are just asking.
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General Discussion / Re: Solartron 7150 Issue
« Last post by Mr Eastwood on November 01, 2018, 05:14:06 PM »
or do a bit of surgery on them to remove the RIFA flame makers.

I completely overlooked your comment until I came across "Rifa" x caps mentioned on another forum then I re-read your post!  I see what you mean now. lol
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General Discussion / Re: Solartron 7150 Issue
« Last post by Mr Eastwood on October 20, 2018, 02:25:36 PM »
or in old houses with rewireable fuses or fuse links, the only protection is the 100A fuse in the street supply and the cable impedance.

Yep, that would pretty much describe my setup if the plug wasn't a fused one.


I have both the 7150's feed from a socket strip which supposedly has surge protection via plugs with 3 amp fuses, I labeled the plugs;  this is temporary until i get some smaller fuses and some replacement filters;  I'll also look to get them both re-cal'd at some point.

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