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Check In Here Oregon Preppers • Re: Cascadia Tusnami zone members?

July 29, 2017 esar145 0

We had been living Midway between Mt Shasta and Mt Lassen nice area but hot. We grew up on the coast so we are admitted fog eaters. Good for you having some solar backup! I will have 8 monocrystaline 75 watt pannel feeding a pair of gel cell batteries for a 24volt system. I find the charge controller doesn’t car about voltage just current. DC to DC converters supply regulated
13.6vdc at 16 amps, more than enough. Have not used CB for a while is there a channel in particular used in Coos county? I think we are in a good spot on a hill so it’s good.

Statistics: Posted by esar145 — Sat Jul 29, 2017 12:16 am


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Check In Here Oregon Preppers • Re: Cascadia Tusnami zone members?

July 29, 2017 esar145 0

We had been living Midway between Mt Shasta and Mt Lassen nice area but hot. We grew up on the coast so we are admitted fog eaters. Good for you having some solar backup! I will have 8 monocrystaline 75 watt pannel feeding a pair of gel cell batteries for a 24volt system. I find the charge controller doesn’t car about voltage just current. DC to DC converters supply regulated
13.6vdc at 16 amps, more than enough. Have not used CB for a while is there a channel in particular used in Coos county? I think we are in a good spot on a hill so it’s good.

Statistics: Posted by esar145 — Sat Jul 29, 2017 12:16 am


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Check In Here Oregon Preppers • Cascadia Tusnami zone members?

July 28, 2017 esar145 0

New to SW coast of Oregon and was wondering if there is any group looking at the
Cascadia Fault for prepping?

Looking at comms, transport and food storage options… Ham, GMRS and even CB radio with backup power. Transport with possibility of road closures due to quake\flood damage. Alternate food storage locations for people located within tsunami inundation zone for back-up.
Suggested locations, frequencies or routes all welcome!
Never too late to have a game plan! :clap::shakeyes:

Statistics: Posted by esar145 — Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:30 pm


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Check In Here Oregon Preppers • Cascadia Tusnami zone members?

July 28, 2017 esar145 0

New to SW coast of Oregon and was wondering if there is any group looking at the
Cascadia Fault for prepping?

Looking at comms, transport and food storage options… Ham, GMRS and even CB radio with backup power. Transport with possibility of road closures due to quake\flood damage. Alternate food storage locations for people located within tsunami inundation zone for back-up.
Suggested locations, frequencies or routes all welcome!
Never too late to have a game plan! :clap::shakeyes:

Statistics: Posted by esar145 — Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:30 pm


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Introduce Yourself • Re: New Members, Welcome to our forum!

July 28, 2017 esar145 0

Greetings and salutations!
Inadvertently discovered I was a Prepper a few years back….
I just thought it was a good idea to have a few extras of things that might be needed.
Field Day was a great start to have things handy just in case. Ham for 40+ yrs.
Solar power was easy for me as a one time TVRO satellite design team member…
Helped to put first of the new switching power supplies into space long ago.
Scouting and SAR membership gave me another angle into having what you need when you need it.
Reloading is a newer hobby… Almost more fun that target shooting… Almost…
Looking forward to cruising through the archives and forums to discover more tips and ideas!
That’s me in Cliff note form…
73’s
Chuck

Statistics: Posted by esar145 — Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:04 pm


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Introduce Yourself • Re: New Members, Welcome to our forum!

July 28, 2017 esar145 0

Greetings and salutations!
Inadvertently discovered I was a Prepper a few years back….
I just thought it was a good idea to have a few extras of things that might be needed.
Field Day was a great start to have things handy just in case. Ham for 40+ yrs.
Solar power was easy for me as a one time TVRO satellite design team member…
Helped to put first of the new switching power supplies into space long ago.
Scouting and SAR membership gave me another angle into having what you need when you need it.
Reloading is a newer hobby… Almost more fun that target shooting… Almost…
Looking forward to cruising through the archives and forums to discover more tips and ideas!
That’s me in Cliff note form…
73’s
Chuck

Statistics: Posted by esar145 — Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:04 pm