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Re: Power/Watt meter

Gary Stickel
 

Yeah, I agree with Alan: This device has to connect to a wi-fi network to get its "message" up on the internet where the owner can then access it.

My boat's at Tugaloo - - not within 300 yards of the Yacht Club (where you might be able to "pirate" off their public channel on their wi-fi router) - - but even then, I'm not so sure it would work without an IP address. I dunno.

I imagine it's similar to my Blink cameras that have their router that links to my house router.....   ?????

For someone in the Yacht Club basin, it may be worth a try, I suppose....

 

G --------------------------

 

From: TLARC@groups.io [mailto:TLARC@groups.io] On Behalf Of Allan Tabell
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2021 11:58 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TLARC] Power/Watt meter

 

Will not work with the POA facilities.  You will need to access their LAN from the outside.  You are not going to get the password to access the LAN from the outside.  The only security cameras you can access are either those on a network under your control  or somebody ignored security completely.  Go ahead, try to access my cameras.

On 12/13/2021 10:49 AM, Tom Badgett via groups.io wrote:

The same way you can view a security camera remotely. Over the Internet. Once you have installed the device physically AND downloaded and programmed the app, you have remote access. 



On Dec 13, 2021, at 10:35, Allan Tabell <atarbell@...> wrote:

 Tom,

You will not be able to remotely monitor from home as I believe Brad is considering.  For example how will you get into the yauth club LAN remotely?  What ip?

Allan

On 12/13/2021 9:29 AM, Tom Badgett via groups.io wrote:

Yes.  Once you plug everything in and download the SCHULINK app you connect to WiFi and the device creates its own local network. I hadn’t tried that so I called Schumacher customer service (800-621-5485). They assured me that the device will work on a public network . . .you just need the password to log in.

 

My only caveat is you can only pass through the device a charge rate of 6A or less. Plenty for battery maintenance but you can’t charge a dead battery with 30A with this device in the system.

 

I use it with gel lead acid or other equipment batteries, but as long as you are charging at 6A or less, it should work fine.

 

Tom

K4NOX



On Dec 13, 2021, at 9:06 AM, Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger <km4ojk@...> wrote:

 

Tom, 

 

Will the SchuLink work on a public WiFi network? Something tells me no. That's my only choice where my boat is kept. 

 

OJK 

 

On Sun, Dec 12, 2021, 10:00 PM Tom Badgett via groups.io <k4nox=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:

Yes…this is a very useful device. I have used an earlier version of this for years.

 

Something else some folks may find useful: the Schulink…a remote battery and charging monitor. If You have a boat or a seldom-used vehicle or, in my case, a solar charged battery I use to power a WiFi repeater as part of my security system, this is useful to monitor battery condition. This device connects between your charge source and battery, then to WiFi. You can access it from anywhere to determine the rate of charge and the percent of charge of your battery.

 

 

Tom

 

K4NOX

 

 



On Dec 12, 2021, at 8:13 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:

 

Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

 

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

 

You can find it here....

 

73,

Mike, K4MJF


-- 
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Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
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Re: TNQP 2021

W4SSF
 

Congratulations OM, Job well done! Was that all CW or both?


On Mon, Dec 13, 2021 at 8:59 AM Juan Lopez <jloz34@...> wrote:
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Re: TNQP 2021

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

Atta boy Juan! 

You owe the club a round of beers 🍻 for that. 

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Re: WTB: 2m/70cm desk-or-mobile FM transceiver

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

I've got a small block Chevy engine I could modify. 


On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 3:40 PM George N2APB <n2apb@...> wrote:
Anyone have a used 2m/70cm FM transceiver suitable for desk-or-mobile use?
(Not an HT)
Good way to upgrade your own system!
Let me know - thanks!
73, George N2APB







Re: WTB: 2m/70cm desk-or-mobile FM transceiver

David Andrews
 

I do. I'll bring something over to show you tomorrow.

N1ESK

-----Original Message-----
From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of George N2APB
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2021 3:41 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] WTB: 2m/70cm desk-or-mobile FM transceiver

Anyone have a used 2m/70cm FM transceiver suitable for desk-or-mobile use?
(Not an HT)
Good way to upgrade your own system!
Let me know - thanks!
73, George N2APB


WTB: 2m/70cm desk-or-mobile FM transceiver

George N2APB
 

Anyone have a used 2m/70cm FM transceiver suitable for desk-or-mobile use?
(Not an HT)
Good way to upgrade your own system!
Let me know - thanks!
73, George N2APB


Re: TNQP 2021

Jim Jenkins
 

Congratulations Juan, great work.

Jim

AA1J

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of Juan Lopez
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2021 9:00 AM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] TNQP 2021

 

And the winner is - KN4DUA

 

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Subject: TNQP 2021

 

 

 

 


Re: Power/Watt meter

Allan Tabell
 

Will not work with the POA facilities.  You will need to access their LAN from the outside.  You are not going to get the password to access the LAN from the outside.  The only security cameras you can access are either those on a network under your control  or somebody ignored security completely.  Go ahead, try to access my cameras.

On 12/13/2021 10:49 AM, Tom Badgett via groups.io wrote:

The same way you can view a security camera remotely. Over the Internet. Once you have installed the device physically AND downloaded and programmed the app, you have remote access. 

On Dec 13, 2021, at 10:35, Allan Tabell <atarbell@...> wrote:

 Tom,

You will not be able to remotely monitor from home as I believe Brad is considering.  For example how will you get into the yauth club LAN remotely?  What ip?

Allan

On 12/13/2021 9:29 AM, Tom Badgett via groups.io wrote:
Yes.  Once you plug everything in and download the SCHULINK app you connect to WiFi and the device creates its own local network. I hadn’t tried that so I called Schumacher customer service (800-621-5485). They assured me that the device will work on a public network . . .you just need the password to log in.

My only caveat is you can only pass through the device a charge rate of 6A or less. Plenty for battery maintenance but you can’t charge a dead battery with 30A with this device in the system.

I use it with gel lead acid or other equipment batteries, but as long as you are charging at 6A or less, it should work fine.

Tom
K4NOX

On Dec 13, 2021, at 9:06 AM, Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger <km4ojk@...> wrote:

Tom, 

Will the SchuLink work on a public WiFi network? Something tells me no. That's my only choice where my boat is kept. 

OJK 

On Sun, Dec 12, 2021, 10:00 PM Tom Badgett via groups.io <k4nox=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes…this is a very useful device. I have used an earlier version of this for years.

Something else some folks may find useful: the Schulink…a remote battery and charging monitor. If You have a boat or a seldom-used vehicle or, in my case, a solar charged battery I use to power a WiFi repeater as part of my security system, this is useful to monitor battery condition. This device connects between your charge source and battery, then to WiFi. You can access it from anywhere to determine the rate of charge and the percent of charge of your battery.


Tom

K4NOX



On Dec 12, 2021, at 8:13 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:

Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

You can find it here....

73,
Mike, K4MJF

-- 
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG <IMG_20211212_174509806.jpg>







Re: TNQP 2021

Mike KK6OKU
 

Where are the results posted! 

Mike Wagner
KK6OKU 🦄
President Tellico Lake ARC
Monroe County ARES EC 


On Dec 13, 2021, at 11:33 AM, mike wagner <kk6oku@...> wrote:

Good job Juan. 

Mike Wagner
KK6OKU 🦄
President Tellico Lake ARC
Monroe County ARES EC 


On Dec 13, 2021, at 10:57 AM, michael J. foley <mikeljay1953@...> wrote:


Another one in the books! Great job 👍

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 10:46 AM Lou Devillon <ldevillon@...> wrote:
That's great, Juan!

Lou K4ZRP

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 8:59 AM Juan Lopez <jloz34@...> wrote:
And the winner is - KN4DUA

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To: Juan Lopez
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Re: TNQP 2021

Mike KK6OKU
 

Good job Juan. 

Mike Wagner
KK6OKU 🦄
President Tellico Lake ARC
Monroe County ARES EC 


On Dec 13, 2021, at 10:57 AM, michael J. foley <mikeljay1953@...> wrote:


Another one in the books! Great job 👍

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 10:46 AM Lou Devillon <ldevillon@...> wrote:
That's great, Juan!

Lou K4ZRP

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 8:59 AM Juan Lopez <jloz34@...> wrote:
And the winner is - KN4DUA

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Re: TNQP 2021

michael J. foley
 

Another one in the books! Great job 👍


On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 10:46 AM Lou Devillon <ldevillon@...> wrote:
That's great, Juan!

Lou K4ZRP

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 8:59 AM Juan Lopez <jloz34@...> wrote:
And the winner is - KN4DUA

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Re: Power/Watt meter

Tom Badgett
 

The same way you can view a security camera remotely. Over the Internet. Once you have installed the device physically AND downloaded and programmed the app, you have remote access. 

On Dec 13, 2021, at 10:35, Allan Tabell <atarbell@...> wrote:

 Tom,

You will not be able to remotely monitor from home as I believe Brad is considering.  For example how will you get into the yauth club LAN remotely?  What ip?

Allan

On 12/13/2021 9:29 AM, Tom Badgett via groups.io wrote:
Yes.  Once you plug everything in and download the SCHULINK app you connect to WiFi and the device creates its own local network. I hadn’t tried that so I called Schumacher customer service (800-621-5485). They assured me that the device will work on a public network . . .you just need the password to log in.

My only caveat is you can only pass through the device a charge rate of 6A or less. Plenty for battery maintenance but you can’t charge a dead battery with 30A with this device in the system.

I use it with gel lead acid or other equipment batteries, but as long as you are charging at 6A or less, it should work fine.

Tom
K4NOX

On Dec 13, 2021, at 9:06 AM, Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger <km4ojk@...> wrote:

Tom, 

Will the SchuLink work on a public WiFi network? Something tells me no. That's my only choice where my boat is kept. 

OJK 

On Sun, Dec 12, 2021, 10:00 PM Tom Badgett via groups.io <k4nox=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes…this is a very useful device. I have used an earlier version of this for years.

Something else some folks may find useful: the Schulink…a remote battery and charging monitor. If You have a boat or a seldom-used vehicle or, in my case, a solar charged battery I use to power a WiFi repeater as part of my security system, this is useful to monitor battery condition. This device connects between your charge source and battery, then to WiFi. You can access it from anywhere to determine the rate of charge and the percent of charge of your battery.


Tom

K4NOX



On Dec 12, 2021, at 8:13 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:

Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

You can find it here....

73,
Mike, K4MJF

-- 
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG <IMG_20211212_174509806.jpg>






Re: TNQP 2021

Chuck Ferguson - N4CSF
 

Congratulations, Juan!!

73,
Chuck
N4CSF 

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021 at 10:46 AM Lou Devillon <ldevillon@...> wrote:
That's great, Juan!

Lou K4ZRP

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 8:59 AM Juan Lopez <jloz34@...> wrote:
And the winner is - KN4DUA

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To: Juan Lopez
Subject: TNQP 2021






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Chuck Ferguson
N4CSF
Secretary, Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club


Re: TNQP 2021

Lou Devillon
 

That's great, Juan!

Lou K4ZRP

On Mon, Dec 13, 2021, 8:59 AM Juan Lopez <jloz34@...> wrote:
And the winner is - KN4DUA

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Re: Power/Watt meter

Allan Tabell
 

Tom,

You will not be able to remotely monitor from home as I believe Brad is considering.  For example how will you get into the yauth club LAN remotely?  What ip?

Allan

On 12/13/2021 9:29 AM, Tom Badgett via groups.io wrote:

Yes.  Once you plug everything in and download the SCHULINK app you connect to WiFi and the device creates its own local network. I hadn’t tried that so I called Schumacher customer service (800-621-5485). They assured me that the device will work on a public network . . .you just need the password to log in.

My only caveat is you can only pass through the device a charge rate of 6A or less. Plenty for battery maintenance but you can’t charge a dead battery with 30A with this device in the system.

I use it with gel lead acid or other equipment batteries, but as long as you are charging at 6A or less, it should work fine.

Tom
K4NOX

On Dec 13, 2021, at 9:06 AM, Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger <km4ojk@...> wrote:

Tom, 

Will the SchuLink work on a public WiFi network? Something tells me no. That's my only choice where my boat is kept. 

OJK 

On Sun, Dec 12, 2021, 10:00 PM Tom Badgett via groups.io <k4nox=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes…this is a very useful device. I have used an earlier version of this for years.

Something else some folks may find useful: the Schulink…a remote battery and charging monitor. If You have a boat or a seldom-used vehicle or, in my case, a solar charged battery I use to power a WiFi repeater as part of my security system, this is useful to monitor battery condition. This device connects between your charge source and battery, then to WiFi. You can access it from anywhere to determine the rate of charge and the percent of charge of your battery.


Tom

K4NOX



On Dec 12, 2021, at 8:13 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:

Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

You can find it here....

73,
Mike, K4MJF

-- 
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG <IMG_20211212_174509806.jpg>






Re: Power/Watt meter

Tom Badgett
 

Yes.  Once you plug everything in and download the SCHULINK app you connect to WiFi and the device creates its own local network. I hadn’t tried that so I called Schumacher customer service (800-621-5485). They assured me that the device will work on a public network . . .you just need the password to log in.

My only caveat is you can only pass through the device a charge rate of 6A or less. Plenty for battery maintenance but you can’t charge a dead battery with 30A with this device in the system.

I use it with gel lead acid or other equipment batteries, but as long as you are charging at 6A or less, it should work fine.

Tom
K4NOX

On Dec 13, 2021, at 9:06 AM, Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger <km4ojk@...> wrote:

Tom, 

Will the SchuLink work on a public WiFi network? Something tells me no. That's my only choice where my boat is kept. 

OJK 

On Sun, Dec 12, 2021, 10:00 PM Tom Badgett via groups.io <k4nox=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes…this is a very useful device. I have used an earlier version of this for years.

Something else some folks may find useful: the Schulink…a remote battery and charging monitor. If You have a boat or a seldom-used vehicle or, in my case, a solar charged battery I use to power a WiFi repeater as part of my security system, this is useful to monitor battery condition. This device connects between your charge source and battery, then to WiFi. You can access it from anywhere to determine the rate of charge and the percent of charge of your battery.


Tom

K4NOX



On Dec 12, 2021, at 8:13 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:

Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

You can find it here....

73,
Mike, K4MJF

-- 
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG <IMG_20211212_174509806.jpg>





Re: Power/Watt meter

Brad (the Voice of the Village) Berger
 

Tom, 

Will the SchuLink work on a public WiFi network? Something tells me no. That's my only choice where my boat is kept. 

OJK 

On Sun, Dec 12, 2021, 10:00 PM Tom Badgett via groups.io <k4nox=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes…this is a very useful device. I have used an earlier version of this for years.

Something else some folks may find useful: the Schulink…a remote battery and charging monitor. If You have a boat or a seldom-used vehicle or, in my case, a solar charged battery I use to power a WiFi repeater as part of my security system, this is useful to monitor battery condition. This device connects between your charge source and battery, then to WiFi. You can access it from anywhere to determine the rate of charge and the percent of charge of your battery.


Tom

K4NOX



On Dec 12, 2021, at 8:13 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:

Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

You can find it here....

73,
Mike, K4MJF

--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG <IMG_20211212_174509806.jpg>


TNQP 2021

Juan Lopez
 

And the winner is - KN4DUA

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From: jlopezconsultingllc@... <jlopezconsultingllc@...>
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To: Juan Lopez
Subject: TNQP 2021







Re: Power/Watt meter

Tom Badgett
 

Yes…this is a very useful device. I have used an earlier version of this for years.

Something else some folks may find useful: the Schulink…a remote battery and charging monitor. If You have a boat or a seldom-used vehicle or, in my case, a solar charged battery I use to power a WiFi repeater as part of my security system, this is useful to monitor battery condition. This device connects between your charge source and battery, then to WiFi. You can access it from anywhere to determine the rate of charge and the percent of charge of your battery.


Tom

K4NOX



On Dec 12, 2021, at 8:13 PM, Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:

Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

You can find it here....

73,
Mike, K4MJF

--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG <IMG_20211212_174509806.jpg>


Re: Power/Watt meter

Ben Poff
 

Looks awesome Mike! Thanks for the heads up 😎

73
Ben-KN4VIF

On Sun, Dec 12, 2021 at 20:14 Mikeljay <k4mjf.1@...> wrote:
Found this neat little "gizmo" that allows you to see just how much power your radio or whatever device you have plugged into it, is drawing from your battery, or power supply.

I've looked at other websites and found these at higher prices. However, Amazon has them, minus the connectors, for $16. 

The instructions are minimal at best. There are no power connections except for the bare wires, so you have to put your own on. I put 45A Anderson Power Poles on each end. 

Works like a charm! It will allow me to keep track of how much power I have left in my battery when I am running POTA......

You can find it here....

73,
Mike, K4MJF

--
73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club Vice President
Smoky Mountain Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG

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