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Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Mon Feb 8 19:56:44 UTC 2010


The house I used to live in had a big block marked 'service disconnect' 
or something like that - had a handle and could be pulled out 
completely.  I think you were supposed to flip it over when it was 
disconnected, and I'm pretty sure it could be locked/tagged out.

Haven't noticed that any other place I've lived, though.  Maybe they're 
not standard equipment.

Scott
N1VG

Keith VE7GDH wrote:
> Bob WB4APR wrote...
> 
>> My salvage Prius... I can use it for energy production, heat, energy
>> storage, and since I use it every day for transportation, I know it
>> will always work when I need it.
> 
> Toyota is recalling over 7 million cars that go when you don't want
> them to go, and 270,000 of the Prius variety that don't stop when you
> want them to stop. Come to think of it, it might be safer plugged into
> your house with a male-to-male cord than on the road - hi! - as long
> as no-one accidentally flips the main breaker back on while you are
> back-feeding power into the house. While their gas pedal and braking
> problems will be fixed, back-feeding power into the house will never
> be safe. The 120V that you are feeding from the car could be thousands
> of volts the other side of a transformer.
> 
> Now if there was only a way to feed an Internet connection from my
> car to the house (where it has been down since 630 am) I would be
> laughing!
> 
> 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
> -- 
> "Sent from home with my backup Internet connection!"
> 
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