18 articles in the category "11 Battery Power, Inverters, Fences, UPS, Motor Speed":
- February 2019: Feature: El Cheapo Modules 22: Stepper Motor Drivers by Jim Rowe, 2 shop items
- August 2017: Feature: Lithium-ion cells – What You Need to Know! by Jim Rowe
- March 2016: Feature: Save Money By Replacing Batteries In Emergency Lights by Ross Tester
- June 2015: Feature: Tesla’s 7/10kWh Powerwall Battery: A Game Changer? by Ross Tester
- December 2013: Feature: Electric Superbikes: The Very Fast Sounds Of Silence by Ross Tester
- October 2013: Feature: Fit Your Cordless Drill With A Lithium Battery Pack by Leo Simpson
- November 2011: Feature: Power Your Pedal Pushie (Or Building An eBike) by Ross Tester
- June 2011: Feature: The FutureWave Energy Saver by Ross Tester
- June 2009: Feature: Mal’s Electric Vehicle Conversion by Leo Simpson
- December 2006: Feature: Bringing A Dead Cordless Drill Back To Life by Ross Tester
- July 2002: Feature: Applications For Fuel Cells by Gerry Nolan
- June 2002: Feature: Fuel Cells Explode! by Gerry Nolan
- April 2000: Feature: How To Run A 3-Phase Induction Motor From 240VAC by Peter Laughton
- March 1998: Feature: Feedback On The 500W Power Amplifier by Leo Simpson & Bob Flynn
- March 1995: Feature: Protection For Toroidal Power Transformers by Michael Larkin
- August 1989: Feature: An Introduction to Stepper Motors by Steve Payor
- January 1989: Feature: Kit Clinic & the UHF Remote Switch by John Clarke
- December 1988: Feature: Kit Clinic & The 100W Power Module by John Clarke
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