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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Waterit, Oct 18, 2011.
Sure looks like phone-type shielded wire coming in (and out?) Let us know.
That's in South Africa, this is a US manufacturer
Sonny may be at the heart of the matter.
Egypt is in North Africa.
neither nation figures to be in the Florida market
I want one of those do-dads for the motor home.
Wow, Hosni Mubarak was a REP?
ZA = Zoud Afrika or South Africa; an independent nation located on the southern most tip of Africa (the horn), hence the name. It was formerly a Dutch possession noted for gold, diamonds & the Boer wars of the 1800 against the British. it is also notorious for its apartheid policies finally suspended in 1994. It is not remotely close to Egypt, Egypt is in North Africa which is a location & not a nation.
Thank you for your input.
The device in question is a power supply back up for a remote FPL monitoring station. Although properly grounded, there is no assurance that the device will survive a direct or close proximity lightning strike.
So we all lose, I was closest, but that does not get it, does it? Reminds me of that great line; "The winners get nothing and the losers get all that remain."
would Hosni Mubarak survive a direct lightning strike?