With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
Tell us about yourself!
How to Create a Feature-Worthy Instructable
Not mentioned part is charger. Do a search "TP4056". Its (almost) one cell generic Li-Ion/Li-Po charger. Aliexpress or other asian sites would help you alot about this.
Nice one for L293D. Thank you for your time.
"We can’t find what you’re looking for."
This is old post but just want to give my advice about your AM.1) Be sure its taking its minimum req voltage to work.2) I'm almost pretty sure it has no shunt inside. It's look like Chinies stuff and never seen one of them with a shunt inside.
Got same problem. I'm usng Google Chrome; cleared cache, disabled adblocker, cookies are enabled. Browser restarted, computer restarted etc. But, still have problem. Trying follow "http://www.instructables.com/member/Mjtrinihobby". However, it stucks as "Loading" in "Follow" button.
Addationaly; I see adds all over pages, even I'm loged in after that cleaning process.
Very nice ible! Thank you for your time.
Nice table, thank you for sharing. I'm wondering one point; Neodymium mangents would be better for holding legs instead locks?
It's look good like Lenny said. However, you know some people is paranoiac about safety (you are reading one of them ^^ ). I wish a good work with more safety (isolated) version from you. I believe that would be cool and interesting version with your new ideas.
Still I prefer isolated one.
I also believe, desk's life will be short. Because there is not any heat isolation around the grill, even desk is fully wood.
Saying same thing. There is no green energy for real. Taging it as "green energy" is a PR tactic.
Nice details on points. I was in a hury when i was commented, so wasnt give details on it. Thank you for details.Also my warning comment was about batteries, not solar panels. As I said before, Lithium based batteries a lil bit dangerous when you are charging or discharging them. Need to read more about them. "www.batteryuniversity.com" is a good source about batteries to start at.Electronic is fun to play in "safe border"!"this is called 'gray energy'" Im not with you on that. There is no "green energy" which is %100 efficent nor transfering big amount of energy with less effort (Also not trying start a polemic. Just saying).Regards,Mehmet
Nice ible. Just want to mention one point about "Drone Receiver". You can buy new JJRC H8 or Eachine H8 Mini between 12.99$ and 14.99$ (Aliexpress nor Bangood, Dealxtreme, Gearbest, Geekbuying or any other websites). Saying that because it means for backup parts for less. If you want to buy spare parts one by one, you will gonna pay about double.Regards,Mehmet
Hello, Most of batteries are not support 7.200mAh charging current. It may (highly chance) cause explosion or fire your house etc.Also there is not any over-charge protection. This could be very dangerous with any lithium based batteries (even, might be with NiMH). Need to mention used battery type. Else, someone may fire its house or explosion can be occured.If you are exactly do not know what you are doing, "Beware about this instructable!".Regards,Mehmet
Wearable Electronics Class
3D Printing Class
Inductance/Capacitance Meter Saga
Precision multimeter calibration reference
Home Lab Voltage Reference Module
That was so creative, nice ible.
That was so creative. Nice ible.
Nice ible Tanner by the way. Keep-up good works.
There are 30A Li-Ions out there..
Samsung 30Q 18650 got 15A CDR (datasheet http://www.nkon.nl/sk/k/30q.pdf)Samsung 25R 18650 got 20A CDR, also got 100A momentary pulse (datasheet https://www.powerstream.com/p/INR18650-25R-datash...LG HG2 18650 got 20A CDR (datasheet https://www.imrbatteries.com/content/lg_INR18650H...LG HB6 18650 has 30A continuous discharge (CDR) rate.Also, there will be more lithium based high discharge rate batteries announced soon (including high-end titanium). Have a nice day,Mehmet
I believe you will need rarely high C batteries for airplanes. If you say for quads or hexas OK, but for planes I dont think you will need that high C rating.
Diy Arduino Laser Engraver
Well detailed and read one breath. Very good documentation for newbie like me. Thank you for your time.However, is there a difference between 1 mohm and 1 Mohm? I mean, upper or lower letter like other measurements.
Making DSO Nano V2 & V3 Oscilloscope Probes
Resin Casting Lenses
Great prototyping and i hope you can success at the end. However, I'm wandering about :- Did you think about same polarity of possible magnetic fields when using boots? You know they wont pull each other.Regards,Mehmet
Lightweight DIY fpv googles
SUPER EASY RC PLANE From Rc Car
Interactive Menus for your project with a Display and an Encoder
Wireless Electricity Transmission (Simple things required to be collected from scrap)
I believe Max voltage rating is except 0.4 difference since most of transistors have %1 up and down property.
Correction : "However, It's better to stop using battery at 3.5 Volt per cell."
Note for Info: DreamLine problem was Li-Ion, not LiPo.
Stability is depend on environmental effects. And a note: Li-Ion (18650) batteries can explode. However, LiPo batteries only flame (no explode) in unstable conditions. Keep this in mind too please. Have a nice day.
1 transistor FM spybug
Convert old cordless tools to Lithium power
The Ultimate FM Transmitter (Long Range Spybug)
Electricity Generating Footwear - Generate Electricity By Walking (Concept)
Intro to Arduino
MeArm Robot Arm - Your Robot - V1.0
DIY Fingerprint Scanning Garage Door Opener
DeltaTrix 3D Printer
Uber Home Automation w/ Arduino & Pi
Arduino Home Automation (Bluetooth)
Reuse old laptop webcam
A fully 3D printable GlaDOS Robotic ceiling arm lamp
Pointillist Painting Robot Arm
Google Voice Search-O-Matic
Build Arduino IDE from GIT sources on Windows
Home Automation with Arduino
Datura 6 home automation - 2015 improvements
Simple garden watering system
Aquarium Auto Refill With Arduino
Automatic Plant Watering System with Arduino
Join 2 million + to receive instant DIY inspiration in your inbox.
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.