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Maybe a silicone tube garlic peeler can help on removing the skins from the kernels (search "silicone garlic peeler" on Google). Anyway, I'll give it a try to your nutella :)
Very nice and simple, I like it. I built a similar device a while back, more complicated, I built it for a friend, still did not receive any images from his camera :) (he mentioned that the device is working fine, he has images with his dog, but no wild animal triggered it yet :) ). -> https://www.instructables.com/id/PIR-Sensor-for-DSLR-Photo-Camera/
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By the way, for certain values of the variable resistor, this Dell power supply will shut down it's output and will not turn it on again unless you disconnected it from the mains (in advance you need to rotate the variable resistor to a suitable value). For sure it was designed to provide a fixed voltage with a good efficiency and maybe a modification of + / - 4 Volts can be ok, but to have a nice variable power supply, not really. But for such mods, BeachsideHank made a useful comment about using a linear regulator :) (I think there are as well Instructables on this)
Thank you for your feedback! I wanted to check for myself the formula (on this Dell power supply it is Vout = 2.5 x (R41 + R42||R42A) / (R42||R42A) ). I used values of the resistors on board (see my schematic from the Instructable) and the output voltage (19,5 Volt), I expected to calculate 2.5 Volt from the voltage divider at the VSENSE pin, since this will be compared with the internal 2.5 Volt reference. (R42 || R42A = 1996 Ohm). Voltage divider output (R41 and R42||R42A) for 19.5 Volt input is 0.556 Volt. For a certain frequency, R41 is parallel with R41A, in that situation divider output is 17,17 Volt. Not sure why.
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Thanks for your feedback! This effort was mostly on mechanical side, on the electronics was less effort. I think this was the reason: somewhere on the circuit I have only to replace a single resistor without considering the mechanical part of the project. This modified power supply will serve my Lithium charger only and can supply around 4 Amps max, while linear regulators can supply less current, have voltage drop on them, need extra heat sink, need a case too. I used a linear regulator for a bench power supply.
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Thanks for your feedback, it may work what you are saying. You can provide the correct voltage using 5 volt USB and a regular diode and using the USB charger you should be able to give a certain amount of current. Also you need to keep an eye on a clock, divide battery capacity to the current provided by USB charger to see how much time is needed to let it charge. One I'll experiment this:)
Thanks for your feedback, I agree about lipos from ebay, you can pay a few dollars for a 6000 mAh :) I use recovered 18650 from laptop batteries. Regarding the electronics I used, that micro USB module may fail as well, but I trust it since I am using this for a while and on the other hand the voltage is lower.
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Thank you for your feedback, I added an important-missing link - there is an youtube video and there you can find a good explanation on how this module work. Basically it will take care on the Lithium cell (single cell), it will charge it and will discharge it on the given specs of the Lithium.
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What is the exact damage done to the board? I am not sure that I understood what is fixing your method. Initially I thought that you had an overvoltage and damaged the micro and the only way is to replace it :)
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