P210SIG

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    LIVE EVERY DAY, AS IF IT"S YOUR LAST DAY TO LIVE.
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    Next door, in Ontario, Canada.
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    Survival/Preping,Camping,Fishing,Hunting,Firearms,Kung Fu,Judo,Kendo,Knife fighting,Reloading Ammo.
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    Self employed Carpenter.
  1. Unseasonably warm in my neck of the woods for the first week of December. I’m thinking likely a green Christmas this year.
  2. There are not Ten choices to choose, for there is only Two. I hope you choose the right one.
  3. Mankind needs to wake up, or were doomed. I do not want to be part of the snow flake movement at all. People will not be able to tell between Reality & Fantasy in the near future. 5G technology will control you & it’s coming fast. You have been warned, & this is not a joke
  4. I’ve always thought that the majority of Catholic priests & cardnails were gay.
  5. You stand corrected Snake. A picture is worth a 1,000 words. A video footage is worth 1,000,000 words
  6. I’ve watched this guys videos for about a year now, he’s quite innovative with skills, all the videos I’ve seen he’s never uttered / spoke a word from his mouth. I think this guy is from South America some where, it’s just a guess.
  7. A multimeter is a valuable asset to have if your going to have a solar system, learn what Amps, Volts & Watts mean.... Solar panels charges your batteries. Batteries stores energy. Inverters converts DC into AC current. There are 2 kinds of inverters, moderfied sine wave & pure sine wave. Pure sine wave is the way to go, better of the 2 systems & costs more money. There is energy lost when converting DC to AC current. There’s hardly any energy lost if you use DC 12 volt appliances, one can find them in most Truckers stops of check the web. What I do to save energy when using a solar system is this, lights LED, fridge through inverter solar, cooling a fan, air conditioning draws too much power. Heating & cooking, a wood stove would be a better choice. These are my views of things from my own personal experiences. If theirs a more efficient ways of doing things to save energy, do post them. I like to know & learn new things every day. To me knowledge is power.
  8. Here’s an idea for folks who are in a extremely limited budget.Say $50 maybe less, if you need to light up most of the rooms in you dwelling. This is for having lights & nothing else, no cooking, no fridge, no fan, no air conditioning, no washer & dryer, etc etc. One can purchase walkway solar lights from dollar stores, Home Depot, etc. These items cost from $3-5 each, In my area. You leave them outside to charge during the day time, then at night time, bring them indoors. Put as many as you want to brighten up a room or just one for low lighting. For $50 one could get at least a dozen, if not more of these walkway solar lights. They are cheap but effective. Put one on the outside of your bug out bag for charging in the day time, At night you’ll be a beacon of light. Now that you know, go get one or a dozen . Lights for everyone! https://www.google.ca/search?q=walkway+solar+lights&client=safari&channel=ipad_bm&prmd=isnv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwixmbyf7OfXAhUs9YMKHZ3CCbgQ_AUIESgB&biw=1024&bih=666&dpr=2#imgrc=JbEKQYHeezrUFM:
  9. Here’s an idea for folks who are in a extremely limited budget.Say $50 maybe less, if you need to light up most of the rooms in you dwelling. This is for having lights & nothing else, no cooking, no fridge, no fan, no air conditioning, no washer & dryer, etc etc. One can purchase walkway solar lights from dollar stores, Home Depot, etc. These items cost from $3-5 each, In my area. You leave them outside to charge during the day time, then at night time, bring them indoors. Put as many as you want to brighten up a room or just one for low lighting. For $50 one could get at least a dozen, if not more of these walkway solar lights. They are cheap but effective. Put one on the outside of your bug out bag for charging in the day time, At night you’ll be a beacon of light. Now that you know, go get one or a dozen . Lights for everyone! https://www.google.ca/search?q=walkway+solar+lights&client=safari&channel=ipad_bm&prmd=isnv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwixmbyf7OfXAhUs9YMKHZ3CCbgQ_AUIESgB&biw=1024&bih=666&dpr=2#imgrc=JbEKQYHeezrUFM:
  10. That would charge AA, AAA, C, & D batteries. It also depends how much sun light you get in your area. Make sure you have a amps surge protector when charging any batteries. One would be pissed mad if their batteries got fried. I’ve done it once when I first started, a $300 Plus lesson learned from one battery.
  11. This is for the members here that don’t know about solar panels. Its not the Watts in your solar panels that charges your batteries, it’s the Amps output that does. Hope this helps anyone getting into a solar system.
  12. A16sioux , if you have a garden where you live. I would install the system that you have to the outer perimeter of the garden. To protect your vegetables from being eaten by animals. Just an idea.
  13. In the back of my mind, I was thinking more or less the same thing.
  14. Do these 6 volt solar panels produce 14 amp hours each? If not sure, look up what each panels out put is.
  15. Let’s start with the solar fence chargers. How many amp hours do the chargers put out, each charger? If it’s less than 1 amp hours, you’ll be wasting your time.