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Minitaure Weather Station - ESP8266
DIY Home Automation with ESP8266 (Linknode R4) and Amazon Alexa
Electronics Plus still shows the Philmore (Datak) etch resist transfers for sale. http://www.electronicplus.com/content/ProductPage.aspmaincat=pc&subcat=pca Man, what a blast from the past! Nothing better than the smell of warm ferric chloride (yuck!)
Great job! Having purchased isolation transformers when a pile of scraped street lights was only 50 feet away, it was definitely a "Doh" moment for me. In our mostly low voltage world, we tend to forget how useful a mains isolation transformer can be. It is certainly a must have for working on older equipment, and still is a great way to isolate the ground on your oscilloscope when probing active circuitry.Also loved your VFD amp! What a cool experiment! A tremendous demonstration of the reuse, repurpose ethic. Very much out of the box, can't wait to see more of your projects!
Secret Compartment Table for My Nines
Make It - Secret Compartment Table for my Nines
Seems like a natural to interface with your Beehive Fumigator loaded with a few pellets of sodium cyanide. Ring, ring. Press 1 to gas, 2 to live. Neat project. Are you still selling your Arduino prototyping boards ? They look awesome, and I would like to buy a couple.
Awesome! Just ordered three boards.We have a critter here called the Pack Rat. They will destroy and/or eat anything. My adventures with this animal are legend. If you have ever seen the movie Caddie Shack with Bill Murray. Think groundskeeper Carl and you will know why the sodium cyanide came to my mind.
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