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Old 18th June 2003, 05:37 PM   #21
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[/QUOTE] I've long been interested in micro hydro and other forms of alternative energy. My dream is to some day own a piece of land with a decent size stream and (with a bit of wind and solar, maybe) go off-grid.[QUOTE]

Ive long had the same dream. I think it was an article in PM way back in the 70's that got me thinking about it. Ideally I'd also have mineral rights to a natural gas source so that I should have a source of power during the dry season.

So the Beck Plant(s) would be the left ones in the photo I posted?
Did you see the cable car running between the two plants about 20 feet above the river?

Of course on the US side our original plant (Schoelkopf) fell into the river one morning in 1960. Thats why the RMPG is so much newer looking (circa 1963).
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So the Beck Plant(s) would be the left ones in the photo I posted?
Yup, that's them.

I didn't see the cable car, unfortunately. Nor did I know that the original US plant fell into the river!

If you're interested in alternative energy, you should check out Home Power magazine. You can download it free from their web site: http://www.homepower.com
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ANDY ....have a peek at the site.... www.arisio.it they are close to you...they extrude aluminum for framing systems ...they are not heatsink manufacturers...But the extrusion could be used for DIY applications


I bought some hollow 4inch C channel extrusion that would be great for those wanting liquid cooled amps ...just cap the ends and pipe thread it



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Old 18th June 2003, 06:35 PM   #24
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I apologise for the questions asked in this thread.....the remote is a mrx 100....my mistake and the rest still at the stage where I`m trying to find time........I`m still dealing with learning how to cut all the grass I have
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the yamaha is a self learning remote with a pic controller 256k ram....80 function buttons....(40 on each side when the lid is flipped)....then all of your source selections followed by 2 different volume controls and numerous power on functions
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Default Robo-Mower

Controlled from a motercycle would hwever have been fun.

My humble suggetion for all that grass:
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Old 18th June 2003, 07:03 PM   #27
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thats what I need!!!!!!!!!!...hahahaha.....300 acres is scarin the DIRT!!!!!!!
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Default Low tech...

"I want to ride to the ridge where the West commences,
Gaze at the moon 'til I lose my senses,
Can't handle hobbles, and I can't stand fences,
Don't fence me in."


Perhaps this is what you need with all that acreage, just watch where you step:
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hahaha...goats work greatttttt.....wish I had a parameter fence...and I need to get the Willys out for my round about
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ANDY ....have a peek at the site.... www.arisio.it they are close to you...they extrude aluminum for framing systems ...they are not heatsink manufacturers...But the extrusion could be used for DIY applications


I bought some hollow 4inch C channel extrusion that would be great for those wanting liquid cooled amps ...just cap the ends and pipe thread it



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Sorry but the link doesn't work
Any other suggestions?

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