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post #1 of 4 Old 09-02-2009, 09:53 PM Thread Starter
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Home-made voltmeter bracket

I made this little bracket because I didn't want to hack a big hole in the plastics. Just a dremel a vise and a hammer - easy!



Thought that I could also use the top of it for mounting some other device in the future.

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Looks nice, what's the switch for?




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Looks nice, what's the switch for?




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It's the switch for the voltmeter. I've used all of my switched connections for other things, so I just wired it straight to the battery with a switch.
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That switch enables the flux capacitor
Don't have the flux capacitor yet, but when I get one I'll put the switch to the left side of the volmeter.
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