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Simple turn signals for a bicycle
Would that work with a 20A 14vdc on/off switch ? Or do I need a 5A 12vdc switch to make it work ?
On/Off switch for a USB-Powered Device
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Thanks, it worked for me.
I'm attempting to make a living room media centre with a raspberry pi and wanted to install a simple switch instead of unplugging it every time. This is exactly the set of instructions I've been scrawling through the net looking for. I thought the process would be easy enough with the toggle switch I already have, this confirms it. Bonza. Thank you for taking the time to make this post.
That is a pretty sloppy looking job. It's like you killed Mr. Bill and turned his body into a switch casing. Process: B- Aesthetic: F-
Perfboard Hackduino ($8 Arduino-compatible circuit)
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