That has some merit, but you will be required to utility mains
inverter and a bidirectional Watt Hour meter.
=================We just got remote-reading electric meters. If installed upside-down
they continue to read demand correctly and set one of the bits in the
tampering word, unlike old electromechanical meters that run backwards
if inverted. They appear to defeat "Net Metering" with grid-tie
The three-dot pattern represents the spinning disk. The pattern
changes for every Watt-hour consumed.
On 7/7/2014 12:24 PM, email@example.com wrote:
You are one hard-headed PITA. Get some balls and call the manufacturer
of the controls to which I provided a link in this thread. Ask them. If
you do not want to educate yourself, then you are a waste of air.
Contacting the manufacturer would be an embarrassment on said subject.
That drive you pointed to is junk to start with, low end, drop it in
the basket when it hiccups.
You don't get it. You are the one being thick headed.
FYI, we buy KB crap all the time, they are disposable crap
electronics.. And btw, we stock that particular drive so we're
very acquainted with it.
I told the guys at work today about you and your endeavor to
cloud those that don't know any better. They thought it was
hilarious when they understood what it was you're trying to
On a second note, they also asked me why I even waste my time here? I
told them that not everyone here is flying blind.
Suck it up!
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