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frogandtoad
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@davee

Posted by: @davee

Hi @frogandtoad,

  Well I tried Googling it ... and most of the first page discussed an Aussie race horse ..... though I did notice some 'fandom' thing at the bottom?  Neither feature on my radar ... 😀 

My last post on this matter!

Well davee, if you don't know... he is the leader of the "WEF", a dictating satanist serving the "WHO", and many other rich arsehole organisations (gates, bozos, Treadue, Biden, etc...) who choose to participate in their cult, but were never elected by we the people!

I do hope the compliant of the new world order wake up before it's too late!!!!

Cheers!


   
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 Ron
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@davee Hopefully Bill will see your post and consider a project. I have some interest but I also have several load testers and capacity testers. My interest in a DIY is I do not fully trust the makers of the load testers so it would be nice to have another choice. I can find designs on the net, but thought it would be of interest to this group as well. I have no interest in leading, I am strictly tossing out an idea. I suspect Bill has many more project ideas than time so I am not surprised if he isn't interested.

I see that the Swiss guy has a lot of videos related to battery power, perhaps I will review those, but I also have a PICO and prototype board with display plus UPS type board. That may very well be my winter project and if it does what I think then it may be the answer.

"Don't tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.” - G.S. Patton, Gen. USA
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frogandtoad
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@zander

Posted by: @zander

@davee Hopefully Bill will see your post and consider a project. I have some interest but I also have several load testers and capacity testers. My interest in a DIY is I do not fully trust the makers of the load testers so it would be nice to have another choice. I can find designs on the net, but thought it would be of interest to this group as well. I have no interest in leading, I am strictly tossing out an idea. I suspect Bill has many more project ideas than time so I am not surprised if he isn't interested.

I see that the Swiss guy has a lot of videos related to battery power, perhaps I will review those, but I also have a PICO and prototype board with display plus UPS type board. That may very well be my winter project and if it does what I think then it may be the answer.

For context, which specific post are you replying to?

Cheers


   
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