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Alex explains the LDR in the new Unger Nlite WFP. Although we are bad at math… We know about wfps…
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OK. So can you give us the LDR for other poles out there so we can have something to compare with?
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What make of pole then put the LDR next to it?[/SIZE]</SPAN>[SIZE=3]
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That would be WCR AWSOME.[/SIZE]
There is awesome… And then there is WCR AWESOME. I agree- we need some quantifiable standard by which we can compare WFP’s. From what I’ve read, the LDR should be pretty easy to calculate…
- Attach a 1kg weight to the mid section of the pole
- measure deflection (how much the pole bends away from a straight line)
- take length of pole & do some math voodoo
- Share results