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Arduino-controlled RGB LED Infinity Mirror
Thanks Greatscott this is an awesome post!Correct me if i'm wrong but the cells can be balanced by charging them in all at the same time in a 1S1P configuration with a BMS for that until they are fullIf you can easily detach the batteries this is possible. like I can because I bought a holder like they have in RC cars for the cells and did the same wiring as on this post.Also a perk of this methode is you don't have to risk the batteries exploding on you. and easily replace "bad" batteries.Make sure though that the batteries are in good contact with the contacts and that they are well attached so they don't go lose.I will only take out the batteries when I really need to.- Maarten
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I made a similar thing but with a hammer and letterstickers as seen in the picture.I couldn't find a lemon nor a picture frame.so I made those myself the lemon is made out of a sponge and the frame out of so multiplex.But thanks for the inspiration!
"so" = some multiplex
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