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    I suppose you have that in your box of excess...

    I suppose you have that in your box of excess goodies in the storage bin. My problem would be finding it if I did have it.
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    Somewhat familiar with the Loadcontrols. A...

    Somewhat familiar with the Loadcontrols. A chemical additive company that is monitoring power of one of these motors uses a UPC. They got pretty pale at the gills when I asked if I could share the...
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    I would be more inclined to use the available 540...

    I would be more inclined to use the available 540 Ohm available at RS, or something close in my little box of 10% resistors and Yes, I can scale it. My first inclination is to use what is suggested....
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    My reading and study of the first hour. No, I...

    My reading and study of the first hour.

    No, I do not need that kind of accuracy.

    My transducers are 1% at full scale which in this case is 750 amps. To me that means plus or minus 7.5 amps. ...
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    Struck out at Digikey, at least for the search I...

    Struck out at Digikey, at least for the search I posed. Newark slipped my mind.
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    The larger current transducers I am looking at...

    The larger current transducers I am looking at only have a 4-20 ma output. I need the 0-10v for the standard analog input on this plc. The temperature in the control room should stay in the 65-75...
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    500 ohm low-drift

    I have an AB 1400 with 0-10v analog inputs. Two of them, I can use and get 0-10v transducers easily. The second two, may require the use of a "500 Ohm low-drift precision resistor valued at 0.05%...
  8. One of our State inspectors, who is a bit...

    One of our State inspectors, who is a bit particular, says put the bridge where required, let the cable etc worry about their connections. I tend to agree.
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    I am going to venture that most of the 480v...

    I am going to venture that most of the 480v motors in this area operate closer to the 490+ range than anywhere close to 460. No problems.
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    I have LED & CFL on switches and they both seem...

    I have LED & CFL on switches and they both seem to take a short time to come ON. The LED at least come on full bright or close to it. The CFL eventually get there. Throw a dimmer in the mix and it...
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    I didn't call the POCO, I told them to leave the...

    I didn't call the POCO, I told them to leave the kite where it was. Then circled the block and said it LOUDER!! Dang whippersnappers.
  12. Thread: 2014

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    They are giving us some time for those projects...

    They are giving us some time for those projects in process to be permitted under 2011. It tagged along with another bill that had an emergency clause attached so here we are. None of this pussy...
  13. Thread: 2014

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    2014

    Notice came today that all of in us good Ol' Nebraska are now under NEC 2014. Effective yesterday with some qualifications, if you are overly concerned.
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    Sure does. Making a splice in a junction box...

    Sure does. Making a splice in a junction box increases the # of potential points of failure.
    Let's forbid junctions of any kind between OCD and load. Truth be told I have seen way more failures...
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    It is always easier to suggest what should/could...

    It is always easier to suggest what should/could have been done.

    VFDs have aux contacts that are programmable. This conveyor setup could have been done with No additional contactors, other than...
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    Show me one that says I can not. Some are...

    Show me one that says I can not.

    Some are made so it is just about impossible to use forks but if youbtwistvthem just right. They fit.
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    Interesting.

    Interesting.
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    We do. Some devices work better then others.

    We do. Some devices work better then others.
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    Standard dirt here ranges from rock hard clay...

    Standard dirt here ranges from rock hard clay that chips out at the end of summer, to sand that will sift back into a trench and float a conduit that hasn't been covered.

    100` is to far for us...
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    We have an S Corp. I missed the boat on renting...

    We have an S Corp. I missed the boat on renting to it. I knew it was possible, just was to busy for the details. :dunce:

    Workers Comp is required for the S here and Yes, the price for the...
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    What are M-P15 to P17? Drives?

    What are M-P15 to P17? Drives?
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    "Wake up America" not all of us use QO in...

    "Wake up America" not all of us use QO in general, let alone their AFCIs. I personally have held one in my hand but never looked to see if it could be double lugged. Didn't have a reason to look.
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    Put a meter on the coils and monitor the voltage...

    Put a meter on the coils and monitor the voltage at the load, and the source at the same time.
  24. Thread: Bundling ?

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    Poll: Maybe if I lubed up the finger or alternated, but...

    Maybe if I lubed up the finger or alternated, but then my fingers are small so maybe...
  25. When was your meter last calibrated? What were...

    When was your meter last calibrated?

    What were you measuring from and to what? Look for current flow.


    Before you get to worked up over 1 volt, have a water analysis done.
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