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Yes that is less parts, but the original post had 2 LEDS, 1 red for open and 1 green for closed.
Yes, that is less parts. But the original post had 2 LEDS, 1 red for open and 1 green for closed.
Oh I agree with you. Was just saying that the original person had it with the 2 , so I did it also with 2. I'd rather have it that there is only an LED lit when the door is open.
Or just remember Black, Brown, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet, Grey, White, Silver, Gold. (No insult meant. The only reason I remember it is because of having to use it for the past Umpteen years.)
Sorry for the crude drawing. But this is a way to do it with the least amount of parts. When the door is closed, nothing is energized so the red led is on saying the door is closed. When the door is open, the reed switch is closed thus energizing the relay and turning on the green led, saying the door is open. Doing it this way would use the least amount of power because nothing is energized when the door is closed
Whole drawing doesn't show up unless you click on it, sorry.
I have seen this before. It is a great little do nothing item. The only thing that I would do different is maybe put a few second delay in it so that the switch is shut off a few seconds after you turn it on instead of right away.
1 quart is 946 ml
I keep hearing about this Arduino and ATtiny85. I have been into electronics since the 60s and worked as an electronic tech for Hammond Organ, Zenith, and Sun Electric for a combined time of almost 30 years, but I have never heard of either of them. What the heck are they?
I see the instructions for the tip but how about the tank for making the HHO? I know all it is is water with electric (DC) running thru it. but how do you do the plates and what is used for the tank?
I am confused on what you are doing. Why would you put a wooden dowel rod into drywall instead of just patching the drywall?
I'd rather have the knife.
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