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    Teacher Ben.....

    Niece and nephew are out of school for three weeks so there going to come visit for a week (from home state of NC). Guess there going to be doing some home learning. The second grade niece has to build a electricity experiment and wife told her sister I would help and probably had all the stuff needed.
    Of coarse I got a little excited to teach someone a little something about the stuff I work on.
    Was then told it used batteries as the source of electric. A big part of my excitement left. 9v dc is for sissies.....

    I’ll get the wife and SIL all worked up and scared when I break out the electrical rubber gloves and leathers lol.


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    when SIL is near ... say something like " ok back up , let me show you how this Orange wire can put out 10,000 volts "

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    I have the gloves and a hard hat with face shield but not the full 40 cal suit.

    I like the back up one. They would lose it and shut it down immediately. Get the ol “I don’t think this appropriate for a second grader” statement.


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    9v batteries are only 9v when they are not placed in series....


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    Quickly, I must hurry, for there go my people and I am their leader!

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    Make a battery charger. Set up a bunch of controls on the 120 side.

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