ROW ROW FIGHT THE POWAH

ROW ROW FIGHT THE POWAH If you know you won't need me to explain.

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How can I do tasteful roping off of seats I do not want used? Answered

I have rows of theater type seating and I want to block off rows of these seats. How do I do this on a shoestring budget?

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how to build a row boat?

How to build a row boat

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Double Row Shambala Instructions?

I LOVE this bracelet but can't afford to purchase it.  Does anyone know how I would make it?  Thanks for your help!  Best, Susie

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Double row macrame bracelet

Does anyone know how to make the double row macrame bracelet.  The bracelet looks like it is two rows of strung beads wrapped together and then finished off with a slide knot clasps.  I know how to make the basic shamballa bracelet and would love to make this one as well. Thanks,

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Kiteman is actually Mike Rowe!

Kiteman is actually Mike Rowe! All that talk about him being (censored) and living in (censored) and having (censored) is FALSE, as proved by this ad! It pops up all over the place. I mean, really, look at the pictures. The conclusion is a foregone one. It's inescapable. But they do look scarily alike...

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What is the DNA sequence for a human? Answered

Similar to -C-H- -A-C- And such. I beleive its 2000-20000 rows?

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How do you snap a rod into a row of connectors?? Answered

I've tried DJRadio's method, and that didn't work for me. Thanks in advance, Vhein

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How to make a 2-row Sequential LED flashing circuit? Answered

I want to make a circuit that lights up two LED's then turn them off then lights up the next two LED's and so on. I want it so it looks like the light is scrolling across the LED's. I know how to do this with one row but how do I do it with two rows so that the two row are in sync? *Update: August 8, 2013* I have a ramp for my R/C car with 2 rows of 6 LED's. I want the bottom two to light up, then turn off. Then the next two above them to light up, then turn off and so on. As if the light was travel from the first two LED's, to the second one, to the third, to the fourth and so on. Then have the light come back to the start. I'm also really new to electronics so, if possible, try to keep it as simple as possible. 

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How can i get a rowing action in a knex boat?

Am making a model trireme out of knex for a history project. I would like it to be motorised and in unison without it being too big. I need all the help I can get and a.s.a.p. please. (I've got some plans below on what I'm aiming for.) (In case you do not know what a trireme is, it is an ancient Greek warship with a copper ram on the front, half below the waterline.(see images))

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Help with flashing LED circuit design.

Hello, I was wondering if some could help me with a circuit design. Designing is my weak point, so apologies in advance if it is a simple question. Basically, there will be 9 LED's in total, 3 in each row. It will be powered by a 9v battery. The LED's are 2.2v 50mA. So I want the 3 LED's in Row 1 to illuminate. Then Row 1, de-luminate fully, then Row 2 to illuminate straight after. Then Row 2, de-luminate fully, then Row 3 to illuminate straight after. Then start over again, so it's basically a sequence of 1,2,3,1,2,3,1,2,3 etc. From what I understand a 555timer is required?  I'm looking to do this as cheap as possible Any help or guidance would be appreciated. Thanks!

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3 colour portable LED Light Box wiring - Please Help Newbie Answered

I am building a portable LED Lightbox with a few rows of LEDs amounting to about 400 different coloured LEDs (red, green, white). Each row will be connected parallel as I want to use normal batteries to power it and not have too many wires. Ideally it should use AAA batteries and 1 switch to switch it on. Each row will consist of 15 - 30 lights each. Each row will be the same colour (eg. 1 row red, 1 row green, 1 row white). My question is:1 (1) Should I connect all the lights together and hook it up to the same battery pack? OR (2) I should connect just the lights on each row together and wire all the positive of each row to the battery pack. Will it cause a short circuit since there will be many wires to just 1 battery pack. (3) I have tried and each LED can be powered by a 3V battery, but is 3V enough to power 400 LEDs in parallel? (4) If it is not enough, I could power a few rows together meaning I will have a few battery holders, but can all the battery holders be joined to just 1 switch or I need many switches as well? Thanks!!

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If I power a display with one long row of "D" (x8)batteries, but want to make two rows instead, how should I rewire? Answered

Basically I want two stacks of ("D" x 4) instead of one long row, uncertain of where and how I should rewire the pos & neg wires.  This would help with a compact design, unfortunately I need to keep these type batteries to make this design work.

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help code problems i want to pause each word after is scrolls in for about half a sec or so

I believe this is the section of code that needs to be altered? // Plot each character of the message one column at a time, updated the display, shift bitmap left. void AlphabetSoup1() {   char msg[] = "  Enjoy the Vittles  ";   for (int charIndex=0; charIndex < (sizeof(msg)-1); charIndex++)   {     int alphabetIndex = msg[charIndex] - ' ';     if (alphabetIndex < 0) alphabetIndex=0;         //-- Draw one character of the message --     // Each character is only 5 columns wide, but I loop two more times to create 2 pixel space betwen characters     for (int col = 0; col < 6; col++)     {       for (int row = 0; row < 8; row++)       {         // Set the pixel to what the alphabet say for columns 0 thru 4, but always leave columns 5 and 6 blank.         bool isOn = 0;         if (col<5) isOn = bitRead( alphabets[alphabetIndex][col], 7-row ) == 1;         Plot( numCols-1, row, isOn); // We ALWAYS draw on the rightmost column, the shift loop below will scroll it leftward.       }            //-- The more times you repeat this loop, the slower we would scroll --       for (int refreshCount=0; refreshCount < 10; refreshCount++)         RefreshDisplay();       //-- Shift the bitmap one column to left --       for (int row=0; row<8; row++)       {         for (int zone=0; zone < numZones; zone++)         {           // This right shift would show as a left scroll on display because leftmost column is represented by least significant bit of the byte.           bitmap[row][zone] = bitmap[row][zone] >> 1;                     // Roll over lowest bit from the next zone as highest bit of this zone.           if (zone < maxZoneIndex) bitWrite(bitmap[row][zone], 4, bitRead(bitmap[row][zone+1],0));                   }       }     }   } }

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How do I display specific rows from a SQL database using $_GET? Answered

For my latest website, I have created a MySQL database to store user-submitted data. Currently for the homepage a PHP script connects to the database and selects a random row to display on the page. The table is set out like this: ID               Quote                 Author                Category 21              blah                    anonymous        Life 22              hdhshs               anonymous        Food I wanted to create a page where when a user goes to www.example.com/post.php?id=45 , it displays the row with the ID number of 45. That I have done successfully. But now I want to create a page where if you go to, say: www.example.com/cat.php?catergory=Life, where it lists all rows under Life. But after tweaking the code for the Post page, it doesn't seem to work. Code for Post Page: $user="**********"; $password="**********";$database="**********"; $connection=mysql_connect('**********',$user,$password);@mysql_select_db($database) or die( "Unable to select database");  $sql = "SELECT * FROM `quotes` WHERE `id` = " . mysql_real_escape_string ( $_GET['id'] );  mysql_select_db ( $database, $connect ); if ( @mysql_query ( $sql ) )  { $query = mysql_query ( $sql );   $row = mysql_fetch_assoc ( $query );   echo '' . $row['quote'] . '#' . $row['id'] . ''; }  else { die ( mysql_error () );  }?> What do I need to change in the above code, to display a list of every row in the database with a category of whats in the URL?  This is my first time running a MySQL database, so sorry if the code is a bit squiffy.

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How can I temporarily disable either this decoder or counter? Answered

Http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/12613/ONSEMI/74LS168.html     -counter http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/12657/ONSEMI/74LS42.html        -decoder I'm using these two in a circuit to make a dot move left and right across a row on an led matrix. I only want the led to light up on the last row. Another counter-decoder system activates each row. How can I make the dot light up only on the last row by deactivating the counter or decoder for the left-right system. By "deactivating" I mean that I want the decoder to produce all active high signals on the other rows.

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How to connect 10x 10W Power LED?

I have 10x 10W LED, vf = 9V and fc=600mA. I planned to conect them 2 in a row and 5 rows in parallel. From this, i know that the overall row Vf = 18V and fc=600mA overall current drawn from the source = 3A (min) I plan to use 24V source to power this circuit, anyone can kindly advise me, 1. How I ensure the current into each row is constant at 600mA? 2. do I need voltage regulator or just a power resistor connect onto each row will do? anyone pls kindly advise.. Thanks a million PS: Happy new year to you all

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UK suppliers of pink/blue housing foam? Answered

I can not find any suppliers for housing foam!? I am looking for big sheets of the foam, I am making a rowing shell and I am going to make the mould and then fiberglass. This is the project I am going to begin https://www.instructables.com/id/Building-a-Rowing-Shell/ All comments are welcome Thanks

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What can I use to slide sat down on carpet

.I want to row with resistance bands on carpet. I rather not use carpet slides or glides

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9 pin, 1/4" input/output. Which pins are the anode and cathode? [PIC]

I have an 9(?) pin 1/4 input/output. I got it off an old radio. Which of these 9 pins would be the anode and cathode? Looking at the pins, starting from the top there are 3 rows. the first row has 1 pin labeled (1). The second row, 4 pins labeled from left to right (8, 7, 4, 5), last row, 4 pins (9, 3, 2, 6) Any help would be amazing, as I am trying to ghetto rig a distortion pedal.

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What is this connector called? Answered

I want to connect over to this socket however I cannot find available connector as I don't know the name of it. Searching on google for "double row 7 pin connector" doesn't yield results!

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Help with LEDs

Hi, I'm new to the whole electronics thing, and i decided to try and make a sign for my brother for christmas. I was planning to back light it with 4 rows of 3 leds in each row, each row being a different color. I was planning to power it with a plug in the wall power supply that outputs 9v DC 450 mA. Also i was planning to have a switch for each row, and a potentiometer to control all the leds. The leds have about a 2.8 forward voltage @ 20mA. I was wondering if it would be possible to power the leds with this power supply, and if so, what the circuit diagram would look like with all the resistors, leds, etc.. (whatever else i need). Thanks

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when using for loop with keypad to countdown what i pressed it types 53 instead of typing 9 and so on ?

                      #include const byte ROWS = 4; const byte COLS = 3; char keys[ROWS][COLS] = {   {'1','2','3'},   {'4','5','6'},   {'7','8','9'},   {'#','0','*'} }; byte rowPins[ROWS] = {31,33,35,37}; byte colPins[COLS] = {39,41,43}; Keypad keypad = Keypad( makeKeymap(keys), rowPins, colPins, ROWS, COLS );   int x=0;   void setup() {    Serial.begin(9600);   }   void loop() {        char key = keypad.getKey();          if (key != NO_KEY){       x=key;     for(int i=x;i>-1;i--){      Serial.println(i);      delay(1000);                 }            }}

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Does anyone out there know how to construct a frame for a dog kennel cover made from pvc pipe?

Our kennels are 4 ft wide by 8 foot long. they are attached and there are 7 in a row. The kennels are chain link and there are 2 rows . 

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Carrying yarn loosely and snuggly

My pattern notes say to carry yarn loosely across 2 sl sts on rows 6-17. Later it says carry yarn snugly across sl sts in these 4 rows. I don't understand what they mean by carrying the yarn.

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they use matrix to send the volt to led it can affect the other leds in the matrix led projects?

I am see the matrix led project in this project .. we use row and column .. one row can affect to another column on that display..... why it will be not affected in this project

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Multiplexing query?

Hi, I am having a problem with multiplexing. I have my grid set up with 60 leds all connected in rows and columns as per usual and my eventual goal is to have each led come on one after another. Sorry I can't think of a single term to describe this action at the moment. This is for a clock, in particular the seconds but the way I see it, when row 1 (my cathodes) is high ie to ground and after each column (my anodes) is lit sequentially (found my single term) when I get to the next row of LED's, it seems that as columns 1-8 are already high, when row 2 goes high then all the LED's in that row will light simultaneously.  If I could have some pointers, that would be great. Many thanks Additional information: My set of LED's will be run off a PIC 28X2 with DS1307 RTC in case anyone needs to know.

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TI-83 Buttons not working

On my TI-83, the bottom two rows of keys do not work. I took it apart an did the 'Contact Cleaner' but still no luck. Actually, the bottom rows and the 'trace' 'graph' and 'arrow' buttons do not work. Do I have to replace the entire board?

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how do I rig a row LEDs to come on and stay on in response to an outside stimuli?

I want to make a wedding card box that has a row of LEDs in hearts (like the life bar from Zelda that is a row of hearts that light up as you get more life) So as more and more cards are put into the box, the hearts will light up. I picture that after, say, 3 cards are put in, that half of the first heart lights up. Then after 3 more cards are put in, the whole heart lights up. Then after another 3 cards are put in, the 1st half of the next heart will light up. Originally I thought that I could make it pressure sensitive. That after so much pressure was put on the sensor it would make the LEDs light up. But looking through this site, I see you can rig things up to a darkness indicator. So as more cards are put in and the cards block out more and more light to the sensor, more and more LEDs will light up. Or a motion sensor. But a motion sensor, senses motion-lights up the LED-shuts off the LED after the motion has stopped. I need a few of the LEDs to light up in response to the motion of the cards entering the box, then stay on. Then more LEDs light up as more cards fall in. I am not sure what way would be the easiest. I am a noob when it comes to electronic projects. I have bought an Arduino starter kit and some LEDs to pay around with. I have made it through some online tutorials and I am catching on. If anyone has any suggestions or advice, it would be greatly appreciated. 

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Can someone lase help?why does it say ROW0 was not declared in this scope in void setup? Answered

Int keyscan() { const int led2pin = 10; const int led3pin = 9; const int led4pin = 8; const int buzzer = 12; const int LidSw =  13; const int ROW0 = 7; const int ROW1 = 6; const int ROW2 = 5; const int ROW3 = 4; const int COL0 = 3; const int COL1 = 2; const int COL2 = 1;     const int keys[12]={     1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12                  };   int r=0;   int c=0;   int keypress=99;   int ColState = 0;    //variable to store column state, 0 = low } void setup() {   pinMode(ROW0, OUTPUT); }   while(keypress=99)   {               for(r=0; r<4; r++)                          //loop for 4 rows     {       digitalWrite(rows[r], HIGH);       for(c=0;c<3;c++)                          //loop for 3 columns       {         ColState =  digitalRead(cols[c]);         if(ColState==1)         {           digitalWrite(rows[r], LOW);  //reset row           tone(BZR, 450, 500);           ColState = 0;                //reset ColState variable           keypress = keys[(r*3)+c];    //identify key pressed           delay(500);                  //debounce           return keypress;         }       }       digitalWrite(rows[r], LOW);     }   } }

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Which 'loop(s)' do I use for single crochet when working past the first row? Answered

I am new to crochet. Which 'loop(s)' do I use for single crochet when working past the first row? The one nearest to me, furthest, both or does it matter? I have researched this a bit and have not found a clear answer. Thanks!

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how to detect sensor position with arduino uno

Hi Guys recently i started use arduino UNO and with simple programs to read from analogue pins wasn't hard. now i'm facing a challenge, as i have a sensor mat 16x16 (rows and columns) i want to read 4 rows and 4 columns i'm trying to use the analogue pins as input for rows and digital pins from (8 to 11) as output i want the program to detect the position of the sensing area such as (row1 colum 4, for example) and give me the number that measured over this area. my code is very bad but i'm trying, specially my background wasn't programming or science. any ideas will be great.

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Dynamo powered TV

Hi All, Im not sure what to search for or where to begin with this idea and was wondering if anyone can help me. My wife is always adamant to lose weight and buys random exercise machines (bike,treadmill etc.) These last for about 2-3 weeks then she gets bored of them. She has asked for my help in trying to get her motivated so i have devised a plan. muhahaha She has said that her exercise will consist of her in front of the TV at night rowing away (she just got a new rowing machine again). so my plan is to snip the plug of the TV connect this to a 240 volt relay that i can connect to the arduino and at a set time the arduino will turn of the relay switch until extra power is brought in by the dynamo on the rowing machine. the relay will start at 8pm and turn off around 6am in the morning.   A bypass switch will be added to allow the relay to turn on for 30 mins as we have a small child and she doesn't want to sit rowing whilst watching TV trying to get him back to sleep whilst feeding him a bottle. My question is would this be possible and what stuff would be needed to make a dynamo on to the rowing machine? also can a arduino be programmed to do something with a small input of electric?  Also this idea has been agreed on by my wife.

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Can someone please help?why does it say ROW0 was not declared in this scope in void setup?

Can someone lase help?why does it say ROW0 was not declared in this scope in void setup? int keyscan() { const int led2pin = 10; const int led3pin = 9; const int led4pin = 8; const int buzzer = 12; const int LidSw =  13; const int ROW0 = 7; const int ROW1 = 6; const int ROW2 = 5; const int ROW3 = 4; const int COL0 = 3; const int COL1 = 2; const int COL2 = 1;   const int keys[12]={     1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12                  };   int r=0;   int c=0;   int keypress=99;   int ColState = 0;    //variable to store column state, 0 = low } void setup() {   pinMode(ROW0, OUTPUT); }   while(keypress=99)   {              for(r=0; r<4; r++)                          //loop for 4 rows     {       digitalWrite(rows[r], HIGH);       for(c=0;c<3;c++)                          //loop for 3 columns       {         ColState =  digitalRead(cols[c]);         if(ColState==1)         {           digitalWrite(rows[r], LOW);  //reset row           tone(BZR, 450, 500);           ColState = 0;                //reset ColState variable           keypress = keys[(r*3)+c];    //identify key pressed           delay(500);                  //debounce           return keypress;         }       }       digitalWrite(rows[r], LOW);     }   } }

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I just bought a no-knit loom

The 1st row was put on the No-Knit Loom (TM) by the sales lady. I thought I would remember her instructions until I got home from vacation. The instruction sheet she gave me is just a little confusing as to what to do after first row is on. There are knots in the yarn but no instructions about knots. I am really confused. Has anyone ever tried and mastered this type of loom?

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Pinout for disposable SpO2 monitor (Masimo LNCS Adtx)? Answered

When I was in the hospital recently, they used a "disposable" blood oxygenation (SpO2) fingertip monitor. They let me take it home with me afterward (otherwise they'd just discard it!). I would like to find a pinout for it and see what else I can do with a paired LED/photodiode.The model is Masimo LNCS Adtx. The connector is rectangular, but with a "9-pin D" style of pins -- top row five, bottom row 4, and with the second pin in each row removed for keyed insertion.I've been able to find operator's manuals and user guides on the Web, but nothing technical. Anyone out there with medical equipment experience who can point me toward a spec?

Question by kelseymh   |  last reply


How to make a large LED chase effect?

I am looking to make a Xmas jumper with an LED chase effect to mimmic the snow falling.  I am having difficulties in deciding which is the best way to do this. Essentially Think of having 8 strings of 8 LED's (to make it simple) and each string will have its own chase effect running.  I want these to be independent of one another, I.E. I don't want a constant LED line running down the jumper. Now I have thought of two ways of doing this via Arduino:- 1) Simple Method - Using the ATMEGA328 to run each string of 8, providing its own running time and speed. 2) Difficult Method - Use a grid where one ATMEGA328 can run a 8x8 matrix.  This would require some transistors at each row and column and fancy code to produce the right effect. Disadvantages of 1&2 1) Lots of wiring, 8 ATMEGA chips and power supplies 2) Unsure if this is possible, obviously I can switch quickly but to the eye would this even be visible.  For example if I wanted to power column A and row 1 and simultaneously power column D and row 5... would this power said LED's and also column A row 5 and column D row 1, all at the same time? Any help would be greatly appreciated.  If I have overlooked any other methods, please feel free to mention them. Thanks Mo

Question by mokhaddoumi   |  last reply


my sisters old stereo system seems to be making a 'ttit' noise when i listen to a song with bass. Please help!

it sounds sorta like a small piece of meatal rataling (or a spark jumping through the air) . the speakers are nice sony speakers but are old and have been out in an OLD barn. the speakers connect bye a wire in a clamp. there are two different rows that have a red and black wire ports, but only one row works. please help?!?!

Question by jayman242   |  last reply


MultiMeter Reading Wacked? My brain wacked?

Ok so I just bought a new meter and I decided to test it out on my new circuit, but I was much surprised! The circuit is identical to this one: https://www.instructables.com/file/FSKP1NOHS18BW4T/?size=MEDIUM except for instead of 4 leds on rows 1 & 2 it has 8 leds per row.  Since I didn't want to type it all up heres the video. So all help is appreciated! Thanks!

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Can someone help me to make a VU meter with (15(Row)x12(column)) x2 LED's ?? Answered

I want to construct a VU meter ...which  can be plugged into a MP3 player or a pc...and then  get the sound output from the VU meter..I made holes onto 2 bamboos where I will be placing the LED's 180 on each bamboo...There is an image also..But I would like to know that how can I make it.and which components I would require to make it....A detailed working would be really appreciated.. Thanks

Question by rahulstanley   |  last reply


leds

How do you connect 40 leds in a row. I need to run them on a small boat. Just looking for the best way thank you.  

Topic by tbolle   |  last reply


VCR Loading motor voltage?

Hi everyone, I recently dismantled an old VCR and found a DC motor, I apparently got no manufacture label just a label with two rows of numbers and these numbers are: 4-570V-02700 B60730 051* I initially thought that the 570V was the voltage of the motor but i'm not sure about it. i googled the first row of numbers and found that it's probably a Sanyo 4-527V-02700 Loading Motor Dc 5.2W, but I can't find anymore specifications for it.

Question by matokage   |  last reply


How to crochet, a beginners anything?

I believe I have the matierials, two needles, (about 1/4 inch thick, came with a crochet set, the instructions major suck...) and alot of yarn. (Camo yarn, If anyone is interested.) What can I do, as a beginner, to start a basic crochet...row? column? stitch? project? I dont know what you'd call it... Is there any way to crocket aroung something, like that instructable about a pink gun cozy?

Question by PKTraceur   |  last reply


Translating a Schematic to a Circuit Board

I need help translating this schematic to a circuit board. As in which rows to place what due to emitters and bases. I'm new at this, please help.

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Wiring 5 4pdt toggle switches (using center & 1 outside row contacts) 1 on cuts power off to others?

5 4pdt switches using only center & 1 outside row of terminals (8 connections per switch). Power (9vdc) in to 2 terminals on center row each switch. When turn any one switch on, want other 4 disconnected from power.  Don't want anything programable. Relays ok or an ic. Trying to keep it basic & reasonable. Using total of 10 4pdt switches, half negative side & half positive voltage.  Set-up to work on either bank of switches.  More switches or 6pole  not an option because of expense.  I can come off 1 terminal with power to ?????   I feel like I'm missing something simple. I hope somebody reading Instructables has a solution. Thanks in advance for your help. 

Question by frogfeet   |  last reply


red 8x8 matrix with 26 pins?

I received this matrix in the mail and I'm having problems trying to get it wired, as you can see it's it has 26 pins, the schematic has 8 pins for the rows and 8 pins for the columns but the other 10 are sitting at the bottom with the words "no pin"? I tried to wire up the rows and columns but had no success. My main goal was to have it hooked up to a couple 74HC595 shift registers (via 16 pins?) on some protoboard. Any help on how to get this wired would be appreciated!

Question by whiskey_14   |  last reply


Jim got arrested on the plane just for greeting his friend 3 rows down from him. Why? Answered

The first person to answer this correctly will be in my next instructable. I get over 300 views a week.

Question by Bert99   |  last reply


Pin it Button! Did you see it!

The Pin It Button is back!  You may not have noticed, but it is there. It is pretty simple to use. To see the button, hover over the image you want to pin.  Don't open the image.  You can pin the big images, and the images that are in rows of two.  Any more images in a row than that and it doesn't look like you can pin them. Click the Pin It button. This will open a new tab the same as the bookmark bar Pin It button works. Pin the image. Close the separate window. You are done! Please, PIN AWAY!

Topic by Penolopy Bulnick   |  last reply


the "new ibles"

I hate the new search eninge i cant view it the old way with lilttle boxes in rows a quick video of what happens when i try to use it and sorry for the lines

Topic by knexsuperbuilderfreak   |  last reply


capacitor help

Hey everyone i was wondering if someone could help me, I have a capacitor row (as shown below) and i was wondering what i could do to make it a shocker type thing? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Topic by lakeside69   |  last reply