|Re: Monitor/Recorder for Residential Power Line Outages?|
Sun, 19 Jun 2005 08:33:28 -0700
Multiple mea culpas or brain glitches of my own to apologize for:|
>>> It should be obvious that any such device will need to be powered by
I missed (or misinterpreted) the <grin>.
>> In my household the built-in wall oven apparently has a built-in
> Usually a 'super-cap', rather than a real battery.
Makes sense, and adds a small item to my EE education.
>> Most annoying is the expensive, highly touted Bose radio: it loses all
>> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Now wait a minute! I have a Bose radio
> Depends on the model, Pat. Bose does make more than one. ;)
On closer inspection mine does have 9 V battery backup -- and the
Still seems to have poor FM reception however. Adjusting the antenna
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