You're so right. I've used that site a couple
times, I think. For example, the battery tester
I have been using:
====================Using six or so inches of 12 or 14 solid copper
wire, and a PR-2 flash light bulb, this device can
By bending the wire a bit, you can test any cells
from AAAA to D. After testing a few cells, you
can get a rough idea if the battery is useful, by
how bright the bulb glows.
Voltage available doesn't necessarily mean the
battery is useful. I found this out years ago, with
carbon zinc cells that read 1.5 volts, but which
do not power a device.
====================It's not my design, my Dad showed me this when
I was a kid. And, he probably learned it from his
Dad. Passed on, as part of the oral traditon.
Christopher A. Young
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Sites like "http://tinypic.com/" are much easier to use and post a link
to. A binary file posted to a newsgroup is a more likely to get broken
than a file posted to an image sharing site. ^_^