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Portable 12 Volt 17 Watt Wind Generator with Automatic Furling
I've got the strangest problem. Using a passive air antenna on my new Sharp Aquos 4K HDTV, the station info is displayed for a few seconds upon changing channels. In the box at the top right is the "Air Digital, (station number), Audio1: English(Dolby), Video:480i, and CC:Off" information. In the box at the top left is the "(4-letter station name), TV-G, and (show title)". Both boxes are gray and all info is in white EXCEPT show title, which is in light blue and transparent. Sometimes I cannot read the show title unless I run up to the TV. Does anybody know who broadcasts this data? (Both Sharp (TV) and RCA (antenna) say they don't have anything to do with this)
Portable Sun Tracking Solar Panel With A Windup Clock Drive
Light Electric Vehicle: One-Passenger @ 15mph, 210# Curb Weight
How to remove a non-removable stereo speaker grille
Free Digital Broadcast Television Reception: A How-To Guide
Hi, great article, I am very interested in the automatic furling part of it, but I cant quite make out the layout of it, any chance of more pictures and details about this part as I would like to use it in a generator that i am in the process of making.please could you contact me email : firstname.lastname@example.org martyn
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For a permanent installation, you'll need to install a slip ring (rotating electrical connection).But for portable, temporary use, a slip ring is not needed, as the wind generator only pans a total of about 270 degrees, on a typical day.
In spite of recent advances, and wide acceptance of electric vehicles, Light Electric Vehicles still remain a neglected area. Sure, a few light electric vehicles, such as the 2-seat Twike, have been built and sold, and are able to achieve highway speeds. But they were never produced in large numbers. I had high hopes a couple of years ago when Segway designed and road tested the 2-seat Puma, with a cruising speed of 35mph, but the vehicle was never mass produced.A venture capitalist even approached me a few years ago, wanting to mass produce my LEV. But he simply glazed over and walked away when I labored to explain to him that my vehicle was built, simply, to test and ultimately prove the concept of a Light Electric Vehicle. I further explained to him that my vehicle would have to be completely re-designed to lend itself to mass production, and would also require about two years of road testing to refine the design and work out any bugs.Many will disagree with me, but my definition of a Light Electric Vehicle is a vehicle that weighs no more than the weight of the rider(s), and has a top speed of 25mph, with an acceptable range of 25 to 50 miles on a charge. And we now have the technology to do this, and safely. Over the last 10 years I've seen the definition of the Light Electric Vehicle morph down to no more than an electric bicycle -or electric skateboard, completely ignoring the vast potential of the true Light Electric Vehicle.
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This is not the proper way of removing a speaker cover. Trust me I've done this to 5 set of speakers and made it look like the covers were never removed. What you need is the same tools to remove a glass display for a tablet, this is a plastic tool, this helps so you don't destroy the wood with the screw drivers like this fellow recommended. Start at one corner then start prying with your hands, not anything else. I'ts hard at first but you get their little by little. And that's how you remove a speaker cover from it's wooden box.
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