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 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Brian's Finally Building in northern New Mexico

Posted: Jul 29th, '16, 02:35 

Replies: 1290
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May have coordinate a meet/greet in the near future. I was in ABQ till 11 and then in SF till about 2 and home by 430. Our chicken/Guinea patrol pretty much take care of the hoppers. We are having problems with mice. They are just having first crack at everything ...

 Forum: Recipes   Topic: Vegitable stock

 Post subject: Vegitable stock
Posted: Jul 29th, '16, 01:41 

Replies: 1
Views: 11


Whenever I steam vegies, I always put offcuts and peel into the water under the steamer. Then I strain whats left of the water at the end of the steaming, and add it to a container in the freezer labeled "vegetable stock". I also have a large plastic box in ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: BroHay, Go BIG or go HOME in NM

Posted: Jul 29th, '16, 01:23 

Replies: 57
Views: 1174


... I need to find again, but not quite sure if I understand all the numbers that are produced. Simpler way (for me) will be to get things running and then time a 5 gallon bucket fill to determine flow rates. However, looking to get minimum of x1 turnover/hour. In my existing system (restricted with ...

 Forum: Recipes   Topic: Making anchovies

 Post subject: Re: Making anchovies
Posted: Jul 29th, '16, 00:42 

Replies: 12
Views: 155


... water fish with an absurdly long pointed nose) and cut them into anchovy sized sections, and salted them layer by layer into a plastic container, then put them in the darkest recesses of our fridge to let them do whatever it is they are supposed to do. I think I need to leave them for 6 weeks ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Redcap builds a system!

 Post subject: Re: Redcap builds a system!
Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 21:02 

Replies: 163
Views: 3870


... re stationed in San Antonio, TX. Would go for Mexican food 5-7 days a week, no I'm not talking Taco Bell, I would go to the Barrio and get real aulthenic Mexican food. So one day I saw this old man popping chile pequins like candy. So asked him the secret and that's what he told me, don't let the ...

 Forum: Electronics & Electrical   Topic: What's with little wires on components and large current?

Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 20:37 

Replies: 11
Views: 105


Good question. I've been out of the electronics game for a few decades so with the rapid changed in the tech I may be wrong. Back then, we used relays to do high amperage switching. The benefit was isolation from the circuit. I did a search for "transistor capable of 40A" https://books.google.com/books?id=1bkJBAAAQBAJ&pg=PA14&lpg=PA14&dq=transistor+capable+of+40A&source=bl&ots=ACOojW3YQt&sig=X2FsXA0QCbRro00ApbRfHA2RZ5I&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjq4PPLh5bOAhWJ1IMKHebaCR8Q6AEIUjAJ#v=onepage&q=transistor%20capable%20of%2040A&f=false ...

 Forum: Electronics & Electrical   Topic: What's with little wires on components and large current?

Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 19:43 

Replies: 11
Views: 105


Good question. I've been out of the electronics game for a few decades so with the rapid changed in the tech I may be wrong. Back then, we used relays to do high amperage switching. The benefit was isolation from the circuit. I did a search for "transistor capable of 40A" https://books.google.com/books?id=1bkJBAAAQBAJ&pg=PA14&lpg=PA14&dq=transistor+capable+of+40A&source=bl&ots=ACOojW3YQt&sig=X2FsXA0QCbRro00ApbRfHA2RZ5I&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjq4PPLh5bOAhWJ1IMKHebaCR8Q6AEIUjAJ#v=onepage&q=transistor%20capable%20of%2040A&f=false ...

 Forum: Aquaponics F.A.Q.   Topic: Trouble shooting your system

Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 13:59 

Replies: 1
Views: 53


... should link the original article or at least acknowledge where it comes from clearly on the top of your web page. If it comes from a publication then simply reproducing it (especially without proper citation) is likely to have copyright implications. unless the intention is to push traffic through ...

 Forum: Electronics & Electrical   Topic: Adding timer to aquaponics

Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 13:45 

Replies: 3
Views: 64


... after a power outage if it resets. I would have thought (around this forum particularly) that people would be saying go for a mechanical timer. Then if you get a power stop it just restarts where it left off - time might be out but the system basically keeps operating. in terms of setting up ...

 Forum: Electronics & Electrical   Topic: Adding timer to aquaponics

 Post subject: Adding timer to aquaponics
Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 12:13 

Replies: 3
Views: 64


... to work out how to install it. I envision getting a pair of male/female power points(/plugs) and connecting them to the contacts on the back. And then bridging the timer between the power source and the pump power point/ or plug. At the moment my pump is running 24/7. Does anyone know where I ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: This is my first system that I threw together to learn

Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 08:45 

Replies: 40
Views: 465


... beds as the others suggest. that way you can get a slightly larger volume fish tank and lid is not relevant. Option 2: if just the small cap - then 50mm (2") fittings will go inside most IBC's caps. So you can just use that as your drain hole (as IBC Aquaponics does) or use fittings to ...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Filtration system for DWC system.

Posted: Jul 28th, '16, 07:28 

Replies: 35
Views: 612


Dry fit should be fine (with a drip or two), but on mine I've cemented sections together and then am using a little stainless steel screw to keep the end joints together - that way they can't get bumped apart, but they're still really easy to undo if I need to.

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Brian's Finally Building in northern New Mexico

Posted: Jul 27th, '16, 22:00 

Replies: 1290
Views: 53164


... And a couple Silver Dollars. All fake plants, for now. Next Friday, if no financial mucky mucks occur we'll buy the LED light and backgrounds. Then I can try my luck at plants. July-27th-2016-55-gallon-tank-setup-in-living-room-Silver-Dollars.jpg July-27th-2016-55-gallon-tank-setup-in-living-room-Tiger-Green-barbs-Black-Skirt-Tetra-Silver-Dollars-Neons-2.jpg ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: This is my first system that I threw together to learn

Posted: Jul 27th, '16, 21:34 

Replies: 40
Views: 465


... tank and I didn't want to drill any holes in it. So, I set up a tank (plastic tote) next to it and made a 2" siphon between the two tanks. I then drilled holes in the tote to make an overflow drain into a second tote. Then you pump can draw from this second tote without the risk of draining ...

 Forum: Recipes   Topic: Making anchovies

 Post subject: Re: Making anchovies
Posted: Jul 27th, '16, 19:25 

Replies: 12
Views: 155


... of my anchovies in a news paper from 2013? :) You have Mad Search Fu! That jar looks like one of those tiny jars with the lids that dont come off, then can never be used again after you eventually just stab it with your good kitchen knife in frustration, and hack the lid off. But If I can get these ...
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