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Re: (ET) Solid state controls
- Subject: Re: (ET) Solid state controls
- From: "SteveS" <ssawtelle fcc net>
- Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 07:05:08 -0400
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- Sender: owner-elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu
Is what???? It's like losing the last page out of a good mystery!
Thanks for the info, A big reason I got the ET was to learn more about
electric motors. Even tho' I might not ever try any of these ideas, they
great mental exercises, and, eventually, one will stick to me until I
actually do it.
I wondered if the ET went faster in reverse,but I though it was my
imagination, as I always worry about hanging up the mower deck and flipping
While on that subject, I bought a bunch of 3" plastic wheels and spacers
from McMaster to redo my rear rollers. Seems to help with the deck
Some of my wooden rollers were down to 2".
> 3) The FW circuitry is cut out in reverse. If you did happen to try and
> weaken the field, you would probably burn out the motor.The advantage
> this is an interesting one) is
> Neat stuff.