Re: [wuhu_software_group] UPDATE - FIXED IT (NOT) : Ham transmitter makes it rain?
- Good idea - might try that later. Can't get to the cable right now.
Tried a snap-on ferrite on cable/cables at temp sensor, then at
several locations at console, all to no avail. Tried running on
batteries at console - no help.
I would advise anyone troubleshooting wind speed problems to first
lock down the turbine so you are sure it should be zero before
starting - I lost an hour on this - duh.
Right now I am seeing typical wind speed of 11 MPH even though
turbine is locked down. Guess I will just live with it if your
twisted wire idea doesn't work- don't report any data externally here
- for my eyes only.
At 11:45 AM 3/20/2010, you wrote:
>Jerry, try taking that new cable and holding it stationary on one
>end, and attaching it to a drill on the other end and run the drill
>till the cable looks like a twisted pair (yours will be a twisted
>quad). Now what one section of wire picks up the next section should cancel.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <mailto:jeflanders@...>Jerry Flanders
>Sent: Saturday, March 20, 2010 11:02 AM
>Subject: [wuhu_software_group] UPDATE - FIXED IT (NOT) : Ham
>transmitter makes it rain?
>Now the wind speed is slightly screwy. Will try ferrites on the wind
>cable at the temp sensor.