Asked by gopala22 5 years ago
Asked by Rabia029 7 years ago
The speed of light is different in different mediums.when light enters in a more or less denser medium,it is deflected from its path,that is,it changers its path.it does so to maintain that time which would be reqired to cover the same distance in the absence of that medium.the question is why does light do so?,e.i.why light manages its time?
Asked by vmkverma 7 years ago
Asked by floorguy 8 years ago
i have an doubt on light any light which light invisible thier focus but it can be visible if u see through cell ?
Suppose consider some leds are arranged to show u r name when it light falls on screen & my question is this name we can't see directly through our eyes but it can see through cameras any video recorders so my question is which type of leds satisfy this any one know or u have an idea / view abt this pls mail email@example.com
Asked by naveen_nk 8 years ago
I have some lights i want to put in my boat and power with a 12 volt car battery.
Asked by geverett08 7 years ago
Fluorecent light wiring diagram:Could anyone help me with a wiring diagram for a fluorescent light, double tube, tube have 2 ins each side, two starters a capacitor and a ballast with two wires. I have all the parts but don't know how to join them together?
Asked by Sa Wolf 7 years ago
Asked by tejukota 5 years ago
I made this 1w emergency light circuit for the maximum output (consuming less power to deliver maximum brightnes) from the LED. But during its functioning, i found that the led glows with same brightness as it was without the circuit ( directly connecting it with battery). Please, suggest some alternatives or amendments to be made. I have uploaded an image of my circuit.
Asked by ShuvamP 2 years ago
I have a touch light switch I bought from my local lighting store the triac and heat sink stands too tall for the base of the light ,I want to desolder the original and replace it with a new one with longer leads so I can lay it down to fit inside the base. How do I know if my new triac is compatable they look like they are the same size numbers are different.
Posted by martin365 2 years ago
i want working ,applications,components cost
Asked by benazeer 8 years ago
I need a strip of material (3x9cm) that illuminates when an electrical current is somehow applied. Does such a product exist? Or would I need to fashion one out of a semi-translucent (fogged) material with LEDs?
Asked by ericsnapple 8 years ago
I got 2 Remote control Light Saber room lights for Christmas. http://unclemilton.com/star_wars_science/#/rc_lightsaber/ I want to mount them crossed, like a crest, but I want them to be operated independently. Both Remotes control both lights. I would like to be able to Change frequency? or something to make the remotes specific for the lights, so they can be changed/turned on and off independently. Any ideas?
Posted by CaptainMal 7 years ago
Asked by kane1o1 8 years ago
I have an old lexmark 3300 series printer BUT i dont know how to get the light in the scaner section to light again please help?
Asked by Laserman595 8 years ago
Asked by stretch kinetic 6 years ago
Asked by nerfgunsr-us 8 years ago
I have three teardrop pendant lights over my counter; one light bulb burnt out. I tried to change the bulb but it does not screw in - not sure what type of bulb this is? Really, I've changed light bulbs forever, but can't figure this one out. Search You Tube and DIY for a video but only found typical light bulbs or recessed lights. Your help is much appreciated.
Asked by paulbb 8 years ago
I am looking to build a 3 light "stop light" setup that could be controlled by XML. .. something like the below. Where whichever of the 3 fields has the "Y" that is which light would be lit up. It can be desktop sized, but any help would be appreciated!! Y N N
Posted by SKNDSTRY 7 years ago
I would like to control christmas light out side that would dance to music.
Asked by donphipps 6 years ago
LIke a motion activated flood light, I want to activate a light/lamp by switch closure and have the light/lamp remain lit when the switch is open. I want a timer in line to turn the light/lamp off at some set time (1min, 5min, etc). The circuit must be powered by say a 9v battery, and utilize a LED as the light. I would like to use a fabric switch where temporary contact completes the circuit powering the light.
Asked by casualguy 8 years ago
Can led light be activated on close up and light off on moving upart.(maybe magnet or some other options) Looking for distance about 1" for light on.Have room size of a pen or a lighter for components. ...and 1 more question:How much heat or static you need for led light to work? Thank you all in advance and sorry about eng.:(
Asked by F1lya 8 years ago
A round ball using clear plastic cups with something to hang it up
Asked by kc8784 8 years ago
I'm trying to create a slow rotating tube within a tube light blocker for a black light fixture I have. The fixture measures 2inches by 2feet and is a fluorescent tube style. I want to be able to have the outer tube rotate around the light, have a slot cut into it so the light can come out but when it's past the light, the hole is blocked by an inner tube so no light escapes. I figure the RPM would be about 2-4. This is for Halloween. The inner tube would be fixed into position and the light fixture be attached to it. Does any of this make sense? If it does and you know of another project like this, please send me a link.
Asked by javajunkie1976 6 years ago
I am wanting to build a spot light using luxeom leds. That would be powered by a 12volt marine battery with a solar charger and a sensor to turn these spot lights on and off. You can go to texasboarhunters .com to see these lights. Can any one help me with this? Thanks djoe56
Posted by djoe56 10 years ago
Look at this light. It's fantastic, isn't it? So, I'm wondering if someone knows how to make it. I don't even know the texture of the main part of the light. I want to make it as a present to my little brother who is trying to sleep alone. THANKS~~~
Posted by Miss Puff 4 years ago
I would like to make it blink with the beat. thanks
Asked by scherer169 8 years ago
I'm trying to change the battery in a solar walkway light to a 6V. The reason for this is Im also now using a light that contains 21 LED's at 4.5V instead of the 1 LED that is in the light. The charge for the battery is from an external solar panel at 10V. I don't think the charge controller in the light can handle the volts in the battery as the light is always on - even when the panel is not connected. Like the power from the battery is going backwards thru the controller. I do see a diode in the controller and was wondering if I just need to increase the size of it? Please help. Thanx...
Asked by Rayzor910 7 years ago
Im trying to add more bulbs a fitting thats designed for 1
Asked by andybuda 8 years ago
I'm trying to hook up a tail/brake light on my moped and I'm wondering if its possible to use the one light for both brake and tail light. The light itself is a closed housing with two leads coming off the back, see the diagram as I'm probably not going to explain things all too well. The moped has three wires that originally powered two separate incandescent bulbs and the third wire being the ground completing the circuit. The brake light is only lit when I squeeze the brake lever where there is a switch that connects and sends the power back to the light. Is there any way to connect these two wires into the one lead that could result in an increased brightness when I complete the brake lights circuit? My thinking is that I can put a resistor on the 'tail light (constantly fed)' lead and when the 'brake light' lead has power, the light will get the full 6v and become brighter. Am I close to being right about this? How can I keep the 'tail light' power from traveling through the 'brake light' wire? I know theres something I'm obviously missing here, its been a while since I've worked with voltage and maybe its not possible but I'm hoping theres a way.
Asked by copalla 6 years ago
I'm looking to make a small strobe light unit. I once saw them in the Target bargain for $2.50 around "Back to School" time in the Fall. I was wondering if anyone had ideas on how to modify the strobe unit from a disposable camera and turn it into a working disco type strobe light?
Posted by mrshow555 9 years ago