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Battery Basics

Dhika R I've got a 100 ah battery (i'm told by the ebay seller its gel) that has a maximum voltage of 15v similar to an AGM written on the case. Its still brand new and I wanted to get a second one to wire in series but found out that they are not selling this product anymore. I wonder if I can get away with a 100ah AGM battery as the second unit in series.

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10 Basic Rules for Wiring a Boat

 · Load requirement and distance from the battery will help determine proper gauge wire and fuse requirements. For example, a trolling motor on a 20-foot boat should have 4 or 6 gauge wire for best battery utilization. Every problem cannot be solved ….

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What Do Line and Load Mean in Wiring?

Distinguishing between line and load isn't always necessary. For example, a conventional wall switch -- which is a single-pole, single-throw switch -- works equally well whether you attach the live circuit wire -- line-- to the top brass terminal or the bottom because the switch has only two positions -- open or closed.The terminal connections are directional on a double-throw switch, on the.

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FM 55

Before pulling out the spike, run it back up until the strands of the standing wire bind the working strand in place. Make the second and third tucks with the remaining strands in the same way. (6.

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Cool Tools: Cable Pullers

It is difficult to imagine wiring a large commercial project without using an electrically powered cable puller. Available in different sizes with pulling forces between 1,000 and 10,000 pounds, electrically powered pullers and accessories make cable installation easier, faster and more efficient. Basic components of most power-pulling tools include frame, power source, the capstan that pulls.

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Understanding Loads & Sizing

LOADS In the previous example, the light bulbs are the LOAD of the generator. The EM generator can handle a LOAD of no more than watts maximum.. The light bulb example is called a RESISTIVE type load and the POWER it requires is pretty easy to understand. Other RESISTIVE types of LOAD are things like toasters, convection ovens, hot plates, curling irons, coffee makers, stereos ….

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Running New Thermostat Wire HVAC Easy Step

Running New Thermostat Wire

 · Bud Hippisley on March 15, . If "Working Load" is generally taken to be some small percentage (20%, say) of a rope's "Tensile Strength", and if knots (for example) reduce a rope's Tensile Strength to, say, 50% of its manufacturer specification, does the user take 20% of the original manufacturer's Tensile Strength to obtain a safe Working Load or does the user first reduce.

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Underground vs. Overhead Service Feeders

The boring machine drills through the ground and is led by a remote device that a worker moves in a predetermined path from hole to hole. Once the drill gets to its destination, a pull-tip is installed in place of the boring bit, then the cabling is pulled back through the hole and final connections are made.

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Understanding & Maintaining Your RV Batteries

Flooded lead-acid batteries (clockwise from rear): 6-volt, 12-volt group 27 and 12-volt group 24. When lead-acid batteries begin to discharge, the lead plates become coated in lead sulfate, and the electrolyte solution begins to dissolve, increasing its water content. When fully discharged, the electrolyte consists primarily of water.

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Rewinding 3 Phase Motor : 54 Steps (with Pictures

Rewinding 3 Phase Motor: Hello everyone, i am Niko and, in this instructables i will show you, how to rewind and renew old three phase electric motor.If you are searching for rewinding of one phase motor you can find it here.In this insctructables, i am going to make step f….

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Wiring 101: Basic Tips, Tricks & Tools for Wiring Your Vehicle

 · A wire end is inserted into each end of the connector, which is crimped to complete the connection. Spade connectors are ideal for components that are removed or serviced often. A male connector on one end of the wire fits into a connector on the other end of the wire, completing the connection. To disconnect, just pull the connectors apart.

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The Basics of Pulling Wire

Have you ever seen a wire pull become a disaster? This doesn't need to happen. Several wire pulling tools and methods exist, but "pull by fishtape" is the most common. Sometimes, this fishtape breaks free of the wires during the pull. Always, this is due to improper wire pulling methods. Here's how to make sure your wire pull is successful. Let's see how to use the fishtape properly.

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How to Make a Washer Work When the Lid Sensor Breaks

Washing machines have a lid sensor for safety purposes and proper functioning. The sensor is usually a physical switch that detects when the lid is closed. If the sensor is broken the washer may not run as it falsely detects the lid as open. But you can bypass the wiring and "trick" the washer into running.

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How to Select and Install Wire Rope Thimbles

 · After repeated high load use, wear and kinking can reduce the strength of the cable, and can lead to premature failure. Thimbles come in two different duty grades, Light Duty and Heavy Duty. Light duty thimbles are typically used in static applications such as a permanent installation, a controlled environment, or in situations where they won.

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How to Make a Washer Work When the Lid Sensor Breaks

Washing machines have a lid sensor for safety purposes and proper functioning. The sensor is usually a physical switch that detects when the lid is closed. If the sensor is broken the washer may not run as it falsely detects the lid as open. But you can bypass the wiring and "trick" the washer into running.

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How to decide between PNP and NPN

Pull-up, pull-down If you cannot change the NPN to PNP—NPN sources current into a load to produce a logic 1 (inverts the logic), and PNP sinks the current to produce a logic 0 (doesn't invert the logic)—and I would assume the col

Figure 1 - A copper wire is made of a lattice of copper ions. There are free electrons that move through this lattice like a gas. Conducting electricity. We can connect a copper wire to a battery and a switch. Normally, the free electrons move about randomly in the metal. When we ….

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MIG Welding: The Basics for Mild Steel

 · When MIG welding mild steel, you can use either the push or pull technique, but note that pushing usually offers a better view and enables you to better direct wire into the joint. Travel angle Normal welding conditions in all positions call for a travel angle of 5 to 15 degrees.

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How to Select and Install Wire Rope Thimbles

 · After repeated high load use, wear and kinking can reduce the strength of the cable, and can lead to premature failure. Thimbles come in two different duty grades, Light Duty and Heavy Duty. Light duty thimbles are typically used in static applications such as a permanent installation, a controlled environment, or in situations where they won.

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Tensile strength

Tensile strength is a measurement of the force required to pull something such as rope, wire, or a structural beam to the point where it breaks.. The tensile strength of a material is the maximum amount of tensile stress that it can take before failure, for example breaking.. There are three typical definitions of tensile strength: Yield strength

n If a load is suspended at its CG, it can be turned in any direction with little effort. n If load is lifted to the right/left of CG, it will tilt at an angle. n If a load is lifted below its center of gravity, the weight of the load will be above the lifting point, and the load will tip over. n Important that loads be hoisted above the load….

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FM 55

Before pulling out the spike, run it back up until the strands of the standing wire bind the working strand in place. Make the second and third tucks with the remaining strands in the same way. (6.

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The Highs and Lows of Motor Voltage

The existing load is a major factor in determining how much of a decrease in supply voltage a motor can handle (see sidebar, below). For example, let's look at a motor that carries a light load. If the voltage decreases, the current will increase in roughly the same proportion that the voltage decreases.

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10 Basic Rules for Wiring a Boat

 · Load requirement and distance from the battery will help determine proper gauge wire and fuse requirements. For example, a trolling motor on a 20-foot boat should have 4 or 6 gauge wire for best battery utilization. Every problem cannot be solved ….

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Hoisting & Rigging Fundamentals

7-1/2% strength of the wire rope. This is the core used in the wire rope slings provided on site. The WIRE is the basic unit of the wire rope. The wires form the strand. Most wire is high carbon steel, but other material types are available . The STRAND is made up of a specific number of wires, laid helically around a wire core.

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Starter Solenoid: The Definitive Guide To Solve All the

Connect the motor lead, install and fix with a nut. Step 11. Starter Solenoid Retesting. After the solenoid is installed, connect the corresponding circuit. The no-load test can be carried out on the car battery to verify the maintenance effect of the starter. The starter can be installed on the vehicle after it operates well in the no-load test.

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