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 on: November 26, 2017, 04:43:57 pm 
Started by Oskar - Last post by Oskar
i dont get the calculator to work

but the adress is
Metallgatan 19A
262 72

Think its a euro standard pallet with around 120-140kg  120x80cm

 on: November 26, 2017, 12:16:51 pm 
Started by njesper - Last post by njesper
Thanx for the info Pete,

Best, Jesper

 on: November 26, 2017, 10:32:48 am 
Started by njesper - Last post by suffolkpete
Your 100 ohm resistor needs to be about 2 watts power rating.  The LED should withstand a reverse voltage of 2 volts,  but if you want to be on the safe side, connect a general purpose diode, such as 1N4004 in series.

 on: November 25, 2017, 07:04:58 pm 
Started by njesper - Last post by njesper
Thanx Pete,

Only thing is, that my matra is not only a matra anymore. The engine is a v6,  the alternator is a sev marchal, the gauges are vdo, and all electrical wiring is brand new, re-routed to a HP powerbox, which handles all inputs/outputs/switches/realys and fuses. So the output to the led is a limited 12v, even when the alternator kicks in, so I am a little in doubt, when you might have 12v on one side of the led and 14v when charging on the other side.

Nice to know about the 82 ohm resistor, but it's not in my car anymore, so I guess by putting a 100 ohm resistor in parallel myself, would do the trick. What are your thought about the difference in voltage on the both sides of the led?

Best, Jesper

 on: November 24, 2017, 05:02:36 pm 
Started by njesper - Last post by suffolkpete
Your solution is unnecessarily complicated.  Matra already provide an 82 ohm resistor in parallel with the lamp in order that the system may still work if the bulb fails, so you simply need to replace the bulb with an LED.  The only effect you may notice is that the lamp takes longer to go out due to the lower excitation current.  No need to worry about the reverse voltage, the lamp goes out when the voltages either side are equal, so there is negligible reverse bias.

 on: November 24, 2017, 02:13:43 pm 
Started by njesper - Last post by njesper
Hi guys,

I've upgraded my murena heavily on the electrical side.
I have installed a hp powerbox for all electrical outputs, so I have a clean 12v+ for every lamp etc.

All dash lamps are led now. But then there is the charge light / Alternator warning lamp.
As I understand it, you cannot use an LED by default, due to the fact that it doesn't draw enough current to excite the alternator.
Therefore I have thought about doing a 100 ohm resistor and a a diode to block 14v alternator voltage going back to the powerbox.

So the questions:
1. Does anybody have some specs for what diode it should be?
2. And the resistor, should it be 2w?
3. And can the LED handle/block the 14v?

Best, Jesper

 on: November 21, 2017, 08:49:56 am 
Started by Oskar - Last post by Gib
Can you give prices for the following or for what you can do.
Price for engine & Box on a Pallet ready for collection by courier at your address.
Price for engine & Box delivered to Zuidland Holland
Price for engine & Box delivered to Farnham UK.

Thanks for your time.

Mi16 are getting rare in the uk

PM is fine

 on: November 20, 2017, 04:12:15 pm 
Started by Oskar - Last post by Oskar
A complete engine with engine mounts for 1.6 murena

Engine has lower comp using forged pistons from a 1.9 gti milled down.

Gearbox is a gti be3

Driveshaft matching gearbox and Matra Trailing arms

Ecu and harness

Located in ängelholm sweden

 on: November 20, 2017, 04:08:34 pm 
Started by Oskar - Last post by Oskar
Brake caliper right and left back

Driveshaft left and right

Trailing arm right and left. 
Like new when I got them and then painted in hammer lack.

Parts are located in ängelholm, Southern sweden

 on: November 20, 2017, 04:00:03 pm 
Started by Waldo - Last post by Oskar
Jag har komplett mi16 motor med girkasse.  Samt komplett driveshaft till 1.6
Länkarmar I gott skick

Finns i Ängelholm

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