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Lately I have had much interest in working with solar cells, because of this I initiated a project, and to be able to test it, I decided to ...
The first step was to find one pumpkin. Due to lack of luck I couldn't found the ideial, but, fortunately, I found one with that I could work. ...
With a knife I cut I the pumpkin's bottom. With this I obtained space to be able to insert the solar cell and the batteries.
The next step was to develop the circuit. The ideia was to mount a circuit that could turn the light on only during the night. Therefore I imagined ...
No big deal. Assemble the pumpkin and the Hampton bay product, glues with how glue, finish with eletric tape and its done. : )
Material list - 4 pumpkins (0.99 cent) Target - 1 Hampton bay with 4 lights (19.00) home depot - hot glue pistol - eletric tape - lot of ...
Before having this ideia, I try to look for some product like this. Unfortunately I cound't find it,as a matter of fact i think it was my luck ...
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