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Electric Brewery Control Panel on the Cheap
great site - thanks for making the effort.One quick question on these cost-effective Chinese PIDs: do they support a manual mode for the strength of the boil like the newest PIDs from Auber: http://www.auberins.com/index.php?main_page=produc... ?Also, can anyone post the link to the English manual for these PIDs?Thanks again
Propane fire pit from copper fittings and a flower pot
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Laser Cut Ukulele
Great to hear. Good luck with everything. Our garage is still going strong, even supporting a 12 panel solar array.
Arduino home energy monitor shield
3/4 done on roof shingles then just doors and windows to go. It's been a long 5 weeks of weekends and evenings... Thanks for this guide. It has been my Bible for the last 2 months.
Secondary Fermentation in Keg
Laser Cut Mining Dump Truck Toy
Fuses are a good idea, but my build was focused on low cost, which means low part count. Feel free to include a fuse.
I'm getting ready to build this thing! Thanksfor the helpful information here!I saw that the elecricbrewery uses a 7amp fuseto protect the smaller cables in the control panel. Why is this not needed inyour setup? Sorry, I’m no electrician. :-)
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Where did u get the stuff from? Could you send a link?
Replace Low Voltage Bi-Pin Halogens with LEDs
Amazing! Really nice design and made with attention to details.
Improved high power LED bike head light with integrated heat sink
Thanks for the response!
You missed something. 220V is created by the two "hot" 110V lines (red and black) 180 degrees out of phase to each other. So by taking one of the "hot" 110V lines relative to neutral (white), you get 110V. No transformer needed.
Did I miss something or should there be a transformer to covert the 220v to 110v for the pumps? Or, does this design assume that the pumps can be powered by 220v?
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