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October 26, 2009 Wiring Diagrams 10 Comments Here is outboard boat motor wiring diagram for Mercury 402. GENTLEMEN, I AM IN NEED F A SCHEMATIC FOR MY 40 HP MERCURY OUTBOARD 1978 THAT HAS STATOR, TRIGGER,ALTERNATOR AND DOES NOT NEED A BATTERY TO START ENGINE. The old lend-lease 1919-built American destroyer, USS Buchanan, renamed HMS Campbeltown was converted for the raid and given the approximate appearance of a German Mowe-class escort vessel in the hope that this would cause the German defenders to hesitate. In April 1918 the Royal Navy had launched the Zeebrugge Raid when ships packed with explosive had been forced into the Belgium port being used as a U-Boat base. Captain Robert Ryder was in command of the Naval force and was to describe the progress of the force up the Loire river, which they edged up as far as possible before they were challenged and came under gunfire – to which they responded vigorously.
At the moment of opening fire, we in MGB 314 were just coming up to a guard ship anchored in the river abreast the south entrance. After about three or four minutes of this brisk action there was a perceptible slackening in the enemy’s fire.
Only in the Campbeltown had it been possible to provide a reasonable amount of steel protection, and this was largely offset by her being the most conspicuous target in our force. With our craft steaming past the southern entrance to the port a big percentage of our armament could concentrate on each ofthe enemy emplacements in turn as they passed them, and, finally, on arrival at our selected points of attack, we could reasonably expect to outnumber them locally. Our triumph, therefore, although it was short-lived, was a fine feat of arms for our guncrews and for those officers and gunners’ mates who in many cases stood beside the guns to assist in directing the fire. MGB 314, increasing speed to keep ahead of Campbeltown, passed about 200 yards off the Old Mole and then sheered off to starboard while Campbeltown continued on round and in to her objective. Captain Robert Ryder was one of five men awarded Victoria Crosses for his part in the raid. Also taking part were Motor Torpedo Boats , including No 74: 'underway at speed, coastal waters, as converted for St Nazaire raid'.
Sergeant Tom Durrant from No.1 Commando was awarded the Victoria Cross in 1945 after the full circumstances of his part in the raid came to light. Motor Launch 306 came under heavy fire while proceeding up the River Loire towards the port. The Motor Launch subsequently went down the river and was attacked by a German destroyer at 50 to 60 yards range, and often closer. After a running fight, the Commander of the German destroyer called on the Motor Launch to surrender. A renewed attack by the enemy vessel eventually silenced the fire of the Motor Launch, but Sergeant Durrant refused to give up until the destroyer came alongside, grappled the Motor Launch and took prisoner those who remained alive.
Sergeant Durrant’s gallant fight was commended by the German officers on boarding the Motor Launch.
The Commando Veterans Association has an online collection of original documents relating to Sergeant Durrant and his family, including the letters written from Prisoner of War camp by which they learnt of his death.
The Campbeltown wedged into the dock gates, showing signs of the damage sustained in the battle. The German propaganda photographer had a hard job finding pictures of dejected British prisoners of war. British prisoners of war detained in a nearby building - they look like they might be in a pub.
Beattie himself was interrogated by a senior naval officer who, after praising his seamanship, asked him how the British could be so stupid as to imagine that so huge a dock could be put out of action by a flimsy destroyer which the Germans would soon haul away; at which moment there was a violent explosion, the windows in the interrogation-room were blown in, and, rushing out, the naval officer got the answer to his gibe.
Not only had she exploded, but taken with her scores of German investigators, sightseers and souvenir-hunters. German troops were crawling all over the Campbeltown on the morning of the 28th, they did not guess that she was packed with explosives.
Submarine HMS Sturgeon was used to confirm the position of the raiders prior to their entering the Loire on their way to St. I gather you are now in touch with author and fellow committee member James Dorrian who I am sure has been more than able to add to your knowledge of your uncle. I am seeking information on my uncle Kenneth Hills who was on ML262 and sadly did not make it home.
My Uncle, Walter Rainbird, born in Nottingham, some time prior to 1933 (not sure how much older he was than my mum) was definitely a cook on HMS Campbeltown at this time. He definitely took part in the raid and had a whole bunch of clippings and stories and even went on an organised visit back to St Nazaire in the 1980s on the QE2. I have just found my relative Kenneth L Hills , thanks to the St Nazaire Society, in the Roll of Honor.
This is a great site , My Grandad is in one of the pictures , Sadly his no longer with us but he made it home after the war .
Do you know of Robert Lyman’s book Into the Jaws of Death:The Gallant 600 of the St Nazaire Raid?
The first day of the sixteen day stand against the Japanese by the massively outnumbered Queen's West Kents. BOAT PLANS BRUCE ROBERTS OFFICIAL WEB internet site boat plans boat kits WOODEN mogul BOAT PLANS CAT 65 multiple sclerosis Motor Sailing honk boat plans wooden motor boat kits. But seriously, this is interesting but not something I would have ever thought of to use a battery powered drill for. I tried using a cordless drill on both a bike and as a steering servo retrofit to a kid’s electric ride on car. The downside being, that because they are so cheap they’re not designed to be run continuously.

So you have to replace the whole drill a few hours in use after you permanently welded it to the shaft. Rather than welding it in place, you could have drilled across the shaft and through the side of the chuck to accept a pin. I once calculated how much it would take to power a proper outboard electric motor, and it was a bit too cumbersome.
That means for every 3 by 3 feet solar panel, you can only collect about one hour (200Wh) of driving each day.
You simply can’t take a small boat, possibly a canoe, and put a rack of 8 sq-m of paneling on it, with pivots to aim it properly. Heck, by that point the solar panels are more effective as a sail than generating electricity. So what you are saying is it makes a lot more sense to use wind power instead of solar on a boat? Aaron, do you happen to have any photos or more details on your setup using the sewing machine setup?
That’s because half of the day is actually night, and on the other half the panels are aimed somewhere else than the sun, except for couple hours in the middle, and then it might be cloudy.
It needs something like a plastic cup on the front side of the prop, fitted around the drill chuck, to streamline the prop hub a bit.
Alternate option, a flat disk placed over the hollow front of the prop hub would reduce the drag. Very clever idea, but I wonder how long the drill would be able to stand up to the abuse that it would receive, plus the high duty-cycle (e.g. How about just using a cheapo 12V bilge pump (sparkfun sell one) which is putpose designed for shifting water. The whole point of a trolling motor is to move a boat slowly and quietly, as to not disturb the fish you are trying to catch. Sir or madam, I don’t know what kind of fishing one does with such a small motor-engine. The motor will get hot, but that could be fixed with a few extra vent holes and a fan for a little additional airflow. The bearings in the motor, which usually are slide bearings instead of ball bearings, and the brushes are probably the parts that will wear out first. Drills are cheap to come by second-hand, because the battery is usually the first part to fail. Just make sure the whole thing stays dry and clean, as water and dirt will destroy it very quickly. I guess the point isn’t to design the best, most efficient, and reliable drivetrain you can, but to use the parts you have available to build something reasonable. SparkyGSX – Drills are cheap to come by second-hand, because the battery is usually the first part to fail. A cheap electric drill (manufactured in a 3rd world country with no regard for worker safety, proper disposal of chemicals, or factory emission controls), a tiny rechargeable battery pack (that is not only inefficient, but full of toxic chemicals,) then you are a non-hypocrite. Location: Greenville, WI I use two 12 volt batteries that are connected via the battery link acr.
Location: Greece, Italy You are using someones specialized equipment that relates to their theories on how things should be done, so these questions are better directed to them. I can however understand that for best battery monitoring they want the cables directly connected to the battery.
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Taking the fun with you is one of the great advantages of owning an inflatable boat or small fishing boat. I HAVE A MERCURY SERVICE MANUAL 90-42794-1 690 BUT IT DOES NOT CONTAIN THE EXACT SCHEMATIC FOR MY SERIAL NUMBER 5367085. Despite very high casualties on that occasion it was decided that a similar method might be used to disable the French base of St Nazaire, a potential home base for the Tirpitz if she ventured into the Atlantic. Sixteen such MLs were assigned to the force and were to carry commandos and demolition parties into St Nazaire. To our advantage, on the other hand, we were the attackers and, by evading the batteries guarding the approaches, we had arrived off our objective, with a force mounting forty or more close-range cannon. For all this the enemy, with their heavily protected emplacements and heavier-calibre guns (20 mm, 40 mm, and 88 mm) had the advantage. The slackening in the enemy’s fire, moreover, came at the precise moment when the Campbeltown had to aim for the lock gate. She had increased to nineteen knots; there was a slight check as she cut the torpedo net and she hit the caisson of the lock with a crash.
Able Seaman Savage who was a gun-layer of a pom-pom in MGB 314, engaged enemy positions ashore, shooting with great accuracy.
Sergeant Durrant, in his position abaft the bridge, where he had no cover or protection, engaged enemy gun positions and searchlights ashore.
This very gallant non-commissioned officer later died of the many wounds received in action. 2 Commando who found themselves left on the dockside among a number of men who had completed their task of blowing up various military installations.
I would like to ask one of my colleagues to check out what other information we have on him.

It tells the story of Captain Micky Burn, 2 Commando (pictured on this site), before and during the raid and in captivity.
The project is probably inspired by [Berto]’s collapsible amphibious e-scooter that used the same electric drill propulsion setup. That would have allowed for some motion of the shaft but still kept them rotating together and been removable. You need eight panels to recharge the entire battery in a day, but that would be impossible to carry along in your boat.
For example, the photovoltaics in Germany, installed under government subsidies, are only producing around 7% of their nominal on average. The panels were mounted too low to the ground to mow under them (should have put down weed barrier and gravel), the weeds were growing high and shading the panels and they were mounted at a fixed angle instead of on sun tracking mounts. The original engine was dead on the outboard so I ripped it out to test if the drill could give enough power to move the boat. In fact, given that Hackaday has posted hacks based on themes before, I think a series of rechargeable drill motor hacks would be awesome. After after an hour or two of accumulated use the intermittent-duty motor and gear train self-destruct and the whole enchilada ends up in the trash.
If the current is regulated, it will take some extra voltage for higher speed without wearing out to quickly.
The stock batteries are far to small for this purpose anyway, and there is no requirement to use a compact, original battery when using the drill in this way.
Uses the same 49 cc motor core from Yamaha 2 HP but with an upgraded carb to bring it to 3.5 HP.
In this black white wiring diagram, a connection form engine harness connect to starter motor, starter solenoid, choke solenoid, coil, rectifier, trigger plate, coil, and tilt stop switch. PRIOR OWNER WAS NOT A GREAT MECHANIC AND HAVING A HARD TIME TRACING COLORS.WANT TO STRI[P BACK SOME WIRES AND CONNECT, THEN DETERMINE WHAT TO PURCHASE. Their frail wooden hulls offered scant protection and only three of the craft survived the operation. It was, at this stage, a straight fight between the carefully sited enemy flak emplacements ashore, enjoying all the protection which concrete could afford, and the gun-layers, handling the short-range weapons on the exposed decks of their small and lively craft. Although he had no gun-shield and was in a most exposed position, he continued firing with great coolness until at last he was killed at his gun. The Motor Launch was illuminated by the enemy searchlight, and Sergeant Durrant drew on himself the individual attention of the enemy guns, and was again wounded in many places.
Although now very weak, he went on firing, using drums of ammunition as fast as they could be replaced. They discovered that all the boats had left and there was no possibility of them getting away. Of the 28 men in Micky’s troop 14 died in the raid and half of the survivors (including him) were captured. Classic wooden gravy holder plans is a growing solicitation of established plans that are ready for hammer the most valuable classic production hie boat in the world. If it’s fixed to the midday sun, your daily coefficient of power is approximately 10%. It’s just the arbitrary and superfluous use of the cursed G-word that raises my hackles. Grinding flat for the chucks to grab on might help them not to loos their grip in prolong operation. External harness connects to 12 volt battery, neutral start interlock switch, tachometer connector, key switch, and remote control. It was indeed an unfortunate day for that vessel, as she not only received bursts of fire from each craft in turn as they passed but finally provided an excellent target for their own shore batteries, who fired on her until she scuttled herself. Despite these further wounds he stayed in his exposed position, still firing his gun, although after a time only able to support himself by holding on to the gun mounting. The remainder were picked up by the Germans, hiding in various buildings and ships along the harbourside, during the course of the morning. Clark Craft offers hundreds of gravy boat plans design patterns and complete boat kits Precut wooden gravy holder expression kits for conventional framed plywood stitch of boat designs for everything. There is no way to make them stop from wobbling themself loose no matter how tight you attach them. Either way you have something that can be made out of goods available anywhere (cloth, wood) and will never run out of power. Assuming a reversible drill, and a right angle adapter designed to be used with reversible drills the chucks are are appropriate for such use.
The book explores the relationships between Micky and his men, and between the families of those killed and captured in the raid during the months of anxiety and grief that followed.
They were perhaps four miles away and already losing height in a wide sweeping turn to starboard over Grand Harbour. Now they straightened out on a northerly course with their noses down, and I knew they would be exceeding 400 mph.
On the plus side, you can afford to permanently devote a cordless drill to these types of purposes cause they are so cheap.

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