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Re: Hey Gearge Marsh meter found!

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George Marsh

01-17-2013 13:55:21

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Columbus had one like that on the Mayflower. He used a wind generator to charge up his lithium cell phone batteries. The meter would tell him when the batteries were fully charged.

I too like finding a second use for many things. As soon as I get rid of something, I'll need it.

I have an old ammeter like the one on the left. I have 2 wires connected to it with ends that look like the ends of a large flat car fuse. When there is a short, I install the ammeter in place of the fuse. Helps find the shorts that way.

thanks for sharing.

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wilson ind

01-17-2013 15:03:31

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 Re: Hey Gearge Marsh meter found! in reply to George Marsh, 01-17-2013 13:55:21  
did not columbus also have a paddel wheel on the rear to generate power. This is where the actual and true fact of a fifth wheel and generator mounted via the recever hitch will power batteries providing endless range for electric autos

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George Marsh

01-17-2013 15:29:12

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 Re: Hey Gearge Marsh meter found! in reply to wilson ind, 01-17-2013 15:03:31  
Bill, I think he had both baddle and 5th wheel.

Did you get a chance to charge your two 8v batteries using the 12 and 6 volt charger?

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wilson ind

01-17-2013 16:57:11

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 Re: Hey Gearge Marsh meter found! in reply to George Marsh, 01-17-2013 15:29:12  
George I have nor tried yet going to try just 12 volt charger first to measure voltage when charger stops thanks bill

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