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circuit breaker

Posted by Josh at 1/20/2001 9:55 AM EST


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Is there any empty space in the circuit breaker? like how much of the inside of the circuit breaker is actually used for the internal components. could we drill holes (for weight perpouses and such...really) in it if we were careful not to hit or alter anything inside it?or is it completely impossible to modify it like that?

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Impossible? Who knows...Allowed? Nope...

Posted by Nate Smith at 1/20/2001 12:06 PM EST


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Not a bad idea, but unfortunately, it's not allowed...rule C1:
The Operator Interface, Robot Controller, Servos, Speed Controllers, Relay Modules, Radio Modems, Batteries, Battery Charger, Power Supply, 9 pin cables, CIRCUIT BREAKERS, fuses, and joysticks may not be tampered with, modified, or adjusted in any way...

I know there have been a couple updates that slightly modified this rule, but none of the changes had anything to do with the breaker...sorry..

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Re: Impossible? Who knows...Allowed? Nope...

Posted by Josh at 1/20/2001 12:26 PM EST


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Posted by Nate Smith on 1/20/2001 12:06 PM EST:



: Not a bad idea, but unfortunately, it's not allowed...rule C1:
: The Operator Interface, Robot Controller, Servos, Speed Controllers, Relay Modules, Radio Modems, Batteries, Battery Charger, Power Supply, 9 pin cables, CIRCUIT BREAKERS, fuses, and joysticks may not be tampered with, modified, or adjusted in any way...

: I know there have been a couple updates that slightly modified this rule, but none of the changes had anything to do with the breaker...sorry..

: Nate

thanks a bunch.

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