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Old 06-07-2011, 05:32   #16
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Re: What device is this?

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I'm not sure this is a bilge pump counter at all. Given that it's an old steel boat, I think it's more likely to be an old (hopefully replaced) Impressed Current Cathodic Protection controller.
I'm inclined to agree. Saw one on a steel ferry, looked just like that.

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Re: What device is this?

I had the opportunity to take the boat to its new mooring last weekend, with the previous owner. He informed me that it was an old ammeter device - fairly much a custom device made by a friend of his. Thanks everyone for your input. Cheers

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Old 20-07-2011, 20:26   #18
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Re: What device is this?

Search google on the internet, you will get the answer.
I also don't know what are they.

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