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Re: 20 joules at 100 bps vs 4 joules at 500 bps
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- Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 18:22:22 -0600
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Original poster: Yurtle Turtle <yurtle_t@xxxxxxxxx>
Actually, I have 2 sitting in my garage. The power
companies will give you the meter base for free, so
all I need to do is pick one up.
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: "Gerry Reynolds"
> Hi Adam,
> I was thinking the same thing. Just need to shut
> down all other
> branches so only your TC is powered. Then for the
> hard part....
> resetting all of those clocks.
> Gerry R.
> >Original poster: Yurtle Turtle <yurtle_t@xxxxxxxxx>
> >How about using a residential power meter? Mine's
> >a 200 amp service, so should be good for anything I
> >plan on feedig my pig in the near term. I've always
> >heard a power meter measured true kilowatt hours.
> >with a stopwatch, one could calculate the average,
> >power in kilowatts.
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