Re: Turbo -encabulator


Peter Buckley
 

I always ran an Interforometer that I received from my father. It took care of all on board power and propulsion issues on my Amel Mango. I removed it and now have it on a Noelex 30 in the Gippsland Lakes

Shore power plugs into my yacht and I power the town…..

Poco Loco
Noelex 30 ……Searching for an Amel 54….:) 

On 30 Apr 2020, at 13:27, eric freedman <kimberlite@...> wrote:

I have one for sale also new in crate however it starts on 50 cycles and 220-230 volt.
From there it is powered by a self contained stellerator.
The capacitor bank for that is quite heavy,
Fair Winds
Eric
Amel Super Maramu #376
 
 
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Hi Arno,
Sorry, but you may not have clicked on the recent spoof posts on the turbo-encabulator. 
Differential girdle springs for grammeters are more like $200,000 - I've got one (slightly used) for sale for $150,000.
Cheers  


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