- Sep 19, 2004
- Kubota RTV 1100c, JD 740,Kioti DK 40 with KL401 loader .
Our so called electric engineers were dumb asses with no field experience.We had to redesign most jobs they designed in the office.Sad but true.the reason nothing gets done out in the field is due to the engineers. i was just at a job for a friend of mine getting power to his new house. line crew was there along with the engineer. the engineer is running off of these tangents telling us how we cant run power the way were planning, telling us how to do it the proper way. after 30 minutes of back and forth he leaves. the foreman comes over to us and tells us hell put it in the way we wanted to. there was no problem with that method.
These are just working numbers. There is not some magic "always" numbers. You do not really have to over-think this stuff.
Phil Timmons what happens when you have 10 or 15 stop signs traveling in town? your 250 watts is a steady speed it takes more juice to get up to speed so it will take a lot more wattage with all the start and stops going on. Then there is the time you want to pass someone and that takes a lot more juice.
If you follow through some of Tony Seba's stuff what he is REALLY talking about is Technology Shifts. How things seem to stay the same, the same, the same . . . and suddenly switch.Phil your movie he talks about cell phones a lot but as
you know farmers don't have any where the cell phones
as in the people in the cities what has this got to do with