ARRL's 'Emergency Power for Radio Communications'

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ARRL's 'Emergency Power for Radio Communications'

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Off-the-grid guru Mike Bryce, WB8VGE, has put together his most important work in “Emergency Power for Radio Communications.” Its 12-sections cover the gamut of green power, including Solar Power, Charge Controllers and Photovoltaic Systems, Gas, Wind and Water Generators, Battery Systems and Storage, Inverters, Station Instrumentation, Safety, Emergency Practices, as well as Wire Size Tables and Power Connectors. Also, you’ll learn how to build a gasoline-powered DC generator, battery charge controller, low-voltage disconnect, an automatic sealed-lead-acid battery charger, and more. It was published in 2005 and covers the how-to and principles of emergency power operations applicable to this day. The book is like new and in excellent condition – a must have for every radio amateur with emergency operations in mind.

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