Imaging will transform the car industry en-route to the self-driving paradigm shift. The MCP39F511 is a highly integrated, single-phase power-monitoring IC designed for real-time measurement of input power for AC/DC power supplies, providing power and energy values. It includes dual-channel delta sigma ADCs, a 16-bit calculation engine, EEPROM and a flexible 2-wire interface.
Great comment ELK, if you are running 3 bays it is time to go pro. Service managers with lots of hands on experience usually make it in workshops especially if they have enough skills to gain a strong following. Good luck with your new business, and contact me anytime if you need any steerage along the way.
EV industry needs RethinkX type of papers to promote its ideas. Industry always needs growth, therefore the prediction of increase in passenger miles in the paper. It’s the only way to persuade public to use more EVs which requires increased production in that industry. The paper suits the needs of industry, not the needs of public. TaaS concept is at best short term alternative and at worst just another persuasion tool for the public that suits the needs of industry. If industry knows that there is less and less oil in the world they need to offer some kind of alternative that would still create profit.
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Thanks Smnoman. I will be updating it soon with the most recent techniques I will also be writing some more hubs on the automotive repair and refinishing topics. If you have any suggestions on what you would like to read about I will appreciate the feed back very much.
The conversion however throws in a real wrench. There’s a big Coachman sticker on the back which I thought would solve the problem. Not really. Coachman no longer does van conversions opting instead to focus on the larger end of the Class B range. They offer some old manuals on their site but nothing for the Econoline. So how to find parts for the conversion upfit elements (and which parts exactly are part of the conversion)? From my initial searches it appears that seats, door panels, carpeting, dashboard consoles, lighting and part of the upfit and therefore very hard to source. One site I found mentioned that many of the conversion companies were in Elkhart, Indiana, camper capital… As I find more leads I’ll add them below.