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MikeMN, July 26, 2011 in Tools and Equipment
That thing looks pretty snazzy
Cutting edge tech there.
Wow mike, is that what you used to sell noah on tinting the ark?
I love it. It's exactly what you need to compare A vs. B in the field.
I especially like the design feature that allows you to toggle between Percentage & BTU mode. It looks like that right hand knob allows you to adjust the percentage so that you are starting with 100% when in percentage mode (P mode as we call it in aviation).
Does anyone happen to know where those could be obtained? Those added features are very useful and the meters in use today don't offer that.
That is a cool old meter, just how old are you mike
I actually like it. It shows some good data and I always liked the analog display. Watching a needle move always seemed to be more effective than watching numbers change. May be old school, but still a good selling tool in my book.
Thanks for the link. He does not depict this particular device on his site any longer, but I check to see if he has some surplus.
I like it very much.
Watching a needle move always seemed to be more effective than watching numbers change.
You are far from alone in this observation.
In flying, modern "glass" cockpits have become so automated that pilots are succumbing to "information overload" and it's starting to appear in the safety statistics.
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