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Q: I want long range transmitter

Asked by BG574816552 on 2021-07-12 11:48:46

olsmokey And I want lots of money.

2021-07-23 11:01:57 Helpful (2)
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Q: Ma è un orologio con una sorta di teaser?!?

Asked by Kanux39 on 2021-04-06 02:37:04

olsmokey Does not detect high current, only detects high voltage.

2021-05-08 08:39:06 Helpful (0)
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olsmokey The device under test was probably labelled '680' ie 68 with no '0's at the end. This is normal labelling so the device is reading the correct value.

2021-02-19 09:24:14 Helpful (0)
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olsmokey Don't be silly. Of course it's a power amp but obviously not enough power for you. You'd be amazed at how much sound can be generated by 3 watts into a really efficient speaker system.

2020-07-31 04:08:45 Helpful (3)
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Q: Does this work as a good watt meter to track solar generation?

Asked by FreedomEagle on 2020-02-05 03:18:59

olsmokey From it's specs, it should work as a solar monitor. I'll let you know after I get mine as that's exactly what it will be used for. Some functions I won't need, but the current and voltage displays look very useful for a low voltage solar installation between panels and battery. It might need to be powered via USB at night to ensure continuity. ADDED 13/5/2020: After receiving and fitting the unit to my solar system (12v/300AH) between the panels and controller I find it works really well as an ammeter, charge logger (on a continually updating oscilloscope type display) and a voltmeter, all with quite good accuracy. The volts reading is small but easily read and the ammeter is an autoranging display.It does what I want and does it very nicely.The other function that I'm not using is a pulse generator to test servos and the like.

2020-04-23 12:34:41 Helpful (2)
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Q: What is the power rating? Output current?

Asked by olsmokey on 2020-03-14 08:45:26

Bibelot 200W. However, there will be some loss when used, and it can eventually reach 180W. Output current = 200W / the voltage you set.

2020-04-08 01:38:28 Helpful (0)
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Q: Do-it-yourself tatoos?

Asked by olsmokey on 2019-12-27 02:02:33

huangliyu1 tatoos?

2020-01-03 03:01:01 Helpful (0)
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