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  • Remote Wi-Fi DHT11 Temperature and Humidity I2C 2 X 16 LCD Display With Two ESP8266 and Visuino

    I am still learning Visuino and still impressed with it.. I am still a little confused on adding programming or sending data. Could you do this with 2 nanos and two NRFL2401's for an example?

    Thanks. I have a ton of NRF that I got cheap. It will take a while for esp8266 to arrive

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  • Arduino Nano: Ultrasonic Ranger(Ping) Distance I2C 2 X 16 LCD Display With Visuino

    I would check your install. I just had to reinstall my Arduino IDE and Windows 10 added a little confusion.

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  • SnorkY2K commented on jsvester's instructable Simple Arduino and HC-SR04 Example1 month ago
    Simple Arduino and HC-SR04 Example

    If you get out of range, first check layout of board and look for items that may be reflecting the sound very close to transmitter. Also, I notice a range error problem sensing flat objects with a surface oblique to the transmitter.

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  • SnorkY2K commented on vina1991's instructable DIY AUTOMATIC SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER1 month ago
    DIY AUTOMATIC SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER

    Oh, and this build was very organized and clean. No sausage here.

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  • LED Tape - Under Cabinet Lighting - No soldering!

    If you connect them through an Arduino, you get to pick the time. I used one to turn on bathroom lights automatically. Although we found it annoying that there are two parts to a cat that would trigger them. Our place annoyingly had the light switch for bathroom in the hallway. So, we added PIR control so that the light would turn on after we entered the bathroom so everybody did not get woke up. When the cat climbed into toilet for a late night drink, it would turn on light though as his butt was hot enough to trigger light until he put his tail down. We found putting a delay of 5 seconds prior to turning on lights was adequate for him to get to the part of drinking where he put his tail down without triggering lights. It was just about enough time to enter bathroom and shut do...see more »If you connect them through an Arduino, you get to pick the time. I used one to turn on bathroom lights automatically. Although we found it annoying that there are two parts to a cat that would trigger them. Our place annoyingly had the light switch for bathroom in the hallway. So, we added PIR control so that the light would turn on after we entered the bathroom so everybody did not get woke up. When the cat climbed into toilet for a late night drink, it would turn on light though as his butt was hot enough to trigger light until he put his tail down. We found putting a delay of 5 seconds prior to turning on lights was adequate for him to get to the part of drinking where he put his tail down without triggering lights. It was just about enough time to enter bathroom and shut door prior to light coming on.

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  • SnorkY2K commented on vina1991's instructable DIY AUTOMATIC SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER1 month ago
    DIY AUTOMATIC SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER

    I am from the US. My English is worse.

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  • SnorkY2K commented on icreatable's instructable How To Build A Floor For A House1 month ago
    How To Build A Floor For A House

    Lounge and groove sounds cool though. Perfect for building the entertainment portion of house

    I have been in two tornadoes here that have sucked up roads. After one, I was wondering what all of the holes in the ground were then I realized that they were where the fence and power poles had been. It sucked some poles right out of the ground and others were snapped between ground level and six feet. Another tornado hit a farm implement store and was whirling multi-ton tractors in a circle with over a quarter mile radius even damaging railroad track. I saw concrete structures obliterated. However, weak wood houses that had some give between the gusts were better able to handle the gusts. Lately though, the big threat is the following rain. You can't survive an EF 5 unless you are in a hole. The topside goes bye-bye regardless of construction. With global warming, the tornad...see more »I have been in two tornadoes here that have sucked up roads. After one, I was wondering what all of the holes in the ground were then I realized that they were where the fence and power poles had been. It sucked some poles right out of the ground and others were snapped between ground level and six feet. Another tornado hit a farm implement store and was whirling multi-ton tractors in a circle with over a quarter mile radius even damaging railroad track. I saw concrete structures obliterated. However, weak wood houses that had some give between the gusts were better able to handle the gusts. Lately though, the big threat is the following rain. You can't survive an EF 5 unless you are in a hole. The topside goes bye-bye regardless of construction. With global warming, the tornadoes are now more rain wrapped and you need to get out of the hole before your drown. For lesser tornadoes, the method of attaching shingles to roof and anchoring roof is the biggest factor in the house surviving.

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