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I would like to slow down my electrical meter down with going into

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Oct 4, 2006.

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  1. Guest

    I would like to slow down my electrical meter down with going into
    it,something thatI I can build.

     
  2. I would imagine that if you contact your supplier they will be only too glad
    to become involved. You should find them most attentive.
     
  3. atec77

    atec77 Guest

    You are going to hurt your self badly

    if you have to ask you don't have the knowledge .
     
  4. BobG

    BobG Guest

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    Something you can buy to do this is a grid tie inverter
     
  5. Bob Myers

    Bob Myers Guest

    You already have something that will slow down your electric
    meter. In your garage, or in your basement, or somewhere on
    the back wall of your house will be a large metal box, probably
    gray, which is full of black switches. The more of these switches
    you move to the "off" position, the slower your meter will
    run. There's probably even a big switch somewhere that will
    make it stop completely!

    There, wasn't that simple?

    Bob M.
     
  6. So suddenly we have two threads about the same thing?

    It used to be that people were supposed to take in a newsgroup before
    posting, and if you'd done that you'd know that this was already
    being dicussed in the thread about "tron boxes".

    Needless to say, it's illegal.

    Michael
     

  7. What do you expect? Both OPs are using Google Groups.


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    Michael A. Terrell
    Central Florida
     
  8. Bill Gill

    Bill Gill Guest

    Put a bag of salt on it. I understand that in Central
    America a lot of people think this will slow it down.

    Bill Gill
     
  9. Works on slugs doesn't it?
     
  10. Jim Douglas

    Jim Douglas Guest

    I have the schematic for the MeterDown module but it's expensive.
     
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