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How to run the computer
#773335 Mon Jan 03 2022 09:01 AM
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Dear all

Recently I bought an old Martin & Schartz Gas pump and I would like to run the computer. Do you have any tips how it's getting done?

I saw different ready-to-run sets here in the forum, but I think they were for other manufacturer gas pumps.

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Mike

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Re: How to run the computer
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The computers are very similar for most electric gas pumps as far as motorizing the computer to simulate actual use.

Start here:
http://www.oldgas.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=355279


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Re: How to run the computer
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Dear Oldgas

Thanks for your message. I've used the search engine, that's why I landed in this forum :-)


My plan is to use a 20rpm motor and I want to wire a switch into the nozzle.

My biggest problem is currently to find / produce a coupling connector to this special connector at the computer. Does anybody have a picture of the original arm that connects to the computer?


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