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Hi gals n guys
I'm looking for some old copies of regs, namely 15th and early 16th. Others will be considered. If anyone has any and wouldn't mind parting with them would be appreciated. Already have 16th Am2, 17th & Am 1/2/3, 18th.
Regards Flyinhos
 
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Hi gals n guys
I'm looking for some old copies of regs, namely 15th and early 16th. Others will be considered. If anyone has any and wouldn't mind parting with them would be appreciated. Already have 16th Am2, 17th & Am 1/2/3, 18th.
Regards Flyinhos
Got a copy of the Abridged 12th if you would like to make an offer.
 

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Oh and a more recent 17th
 
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Looks like you will have to bring the price down Pete his not biting at that price.
 

Pete999

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Looks like you will have to bring the price down Pete his not biting at that price.
Never mentioned a price in my first reply Ant, it was just dismissed out of hand, though the £50 might illicit a response, seems not though, so I hang on to it unless someone shows an interest.
 
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There is bit of method in my madness. Purpose is for mainly is the old Zs n time/current curves for obsolete protective devices. I've built a excel calc which backward calculates old Zs results and converts to new. Namely if you have an old Federal HCA 32A C 0.4s 0.75ohms and 5s 1.45 it will calculate to current regs.
Now I'm looking at building a database which hold the info c/w datasheets, converts calcs etc. I'm building for my own purpose but looking at making it available online FOC when got it working ok. Thus could prove useful to all. Also old datasheets would also be appreciated. Having old regs n datasheets can cross ref info etc. Problem being manufacturers either go bump, get bought out and the info needed for obsolete MCB's etc also disappears. Our mate Google can't always find them. Regards Flyinhos
 
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Approx 2005 colour change, 2006 Part P. Both complete waste of time.
How come you've not used it yet?
 

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I’ve got loads buried away somewhere, will try and dig then out..
Rather than sell you them though I can take photos of the relevant pages?
 
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