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    Getting the Most Out of Any Electrical System

    Merry Christmas everyone! Hope you have all had a good Holiday Season!


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    Re: Getting the Most Out of Any Electrical System

    Merry Christmas to you also and all your employees.



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    Re: Getting the Most Out of Any Electrical System

    Good for the beginner's.




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    Re: Getting the Most Out of Any Electrical System

    so with an alternator mod, you put a diode like this Power Supply Rectifier Diode 6A 1000V

    in between the sense lead wire?



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    Re: Getting the Most Out of Any Electrical System

    Quote Originally Posted by negolien View Post
    Merry Christmas to you also and all your employees.
    Thank you sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by Spl4200 View Post
    Good for the beginner's.
    Yeah, this one is geared a little that way. We are trying to make a wide range of articles for beginners and experts alike.



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    Re: Getting the Most Out of Any Electrical System

    Thanks I hadn't heard of the voltage rise using a resistor great idea




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    Re: Getting the Most Out of Any Electrical System

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    Thanks I hadn't heard of the voltage rise using a resistor great idea
    Thank you sir!



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