"Standard" Crystals? Answered

So, I was browsing the electronic goldmine today, and I came across these. What do they do and how are they used? Do you apply voltage to the leads and it emits rf in all directions or what?

Question by LiquidLightning 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Nasa work standards

I saw this on engadget and thought you might be interestedThese are the standards for how nasa employees have to do stuff (soldering, welding, smd, painting, etc)http://workmanship.nasa.gov/wkstds_nasa.jspAnd you might like this toohttps://www.instructables.com/id/Get-the-LED-out-Glass-Filled-LED-Lightbulb/

Topic by LinuxH4x0r 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

Standardized Electronic Components?

Hello all, I was just wondering about finding electronic components. Some parts, like resistors and capacitors, seem pretty easy to sort out as long as you aren't looking for something out of the ordinary, just find the values you need rated for the wattage, etc. However, in the case of transistors and things like that, I am always seeing many different numbers (people say "a such-and-such transistor, like a {serial number}". Is there some general standardization for these parts? Or at least, some nearly universal sourcing that is considered a "standard"? I only wonder because trying to find components can be a real pain. I have a transistor, I know it's an NPN Darlington transistor, but that's about it. Others that I have salvaged I don't even know that much about. Any explanation or links to sites that explain these things would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance for any help!

Topic by victus_maestro 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago

Instructables: Quality Standards

I was thinking..... as I do. Quite a few of instructables, on.... instructables, havn't meet the quality standards of a good instructable, let alone get featured. Why do people bother make instructables 2 steps long? Wouldn't they like to be in the newsletter and get nice feedback? If you put all you effort in to an instructable you will get repaid with nice comments (normally). I wouldn't like to see instructables as a website with few featured instructables lots of quick put to gether nonsense. I would like to see quality, and a archive of fun things to do and make for all the family. A while back a published an instructable called 'professional water rocket guide'. I spend along time on it and was pleased with my self when it got featured, and it was in the newsletter. This it was gives me motivation to do good instructables. What do you think about poor informative an qualitive instructables? Thanks

Topic by oscarthompson 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

LED wiring standards?

Making a wooden rangehood for my wife for our annivesary, and I want to use LEDs  for the light source. I wan to use 3 banks of 30 lights in each 4X8" oval space, and from what I have read it would seem to better to wire each set in parallel. My question is, do I need to put a resistor on each LED to adjust the voltage to the proper amount, or (since it is wired parallel) will one work for all?

Question by Billwelder 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Knex Firepower Standard

Hello everyone I (like alot of my freinds) get tired of... oh why dont you just search "Knex gun" and look at the mini descriptions and read them all, or maybe most and think what alot have us geting tired of, Go ahead! see you in maybe a min or 2? just click back or whatever to return here! and continue from where you last read.Welcome back! Do you see what what I'm talking about? well there are two things and if you did not notice these things feel free to look again!And what is Sypran talking about? (drumroll) the Quotes "It's very powerful" "easy yet powerful knex gun" "gun shoots about 60-70 feet" "this is a very small gun but will fire about 50 feet" "A deadly knex gun" and that is just the first page! i could go on for hours (ok maybe a long time) of coppy and pasteing these quotes!honestly i see to much "easy yet powerfuls" i cant realy tell what is powerful! so what do we do? well we take out time building maybe some and it turns to be not that great or it is great!, or we rush to see if KILLERK, Mepain, Extreme builder, Trainman2000 (i will always call him that >=D)You (aka mykhailo),Perfect duck,loosewire,Dsman19(i cant rember numbers) Oodalumps, am i forgeting anyone? (tell me if i am) has any new ideas/guns.so what do we need to do? WE NEED A FIREPOWER STANDARD something simple like 1-20 and how to mesure it, in earth science they clasify rocks hardnes by what they scratch (nail 2.5 glass 5.5 and so on) we need it something like paper peice, but not that for some guns have alot of power but cant peice due to low velocity and or dull non sharpened bullets.also if you know anything about real guns the bigger the bullet, the more powerful =D but the smaller the bullet the higher peirce rateing (a 0mm would be the best peirce but little damage) so in other words the biger the bullet (45 cal example) the more stoping power it will have but less muzzle velocity (pierceing ability) wile the smaller (7mm) the knocking over/stoping power is anything to be desired, but it will have high muzzle velocity so peirce through more materials. yet with (if it was at all posible) a 0mm (or basicly nothingness) in theory could peirce through ANYTHING but would not stop the person or thing in any way so the same pricable stands for knex notice the shotguns that shoot conectors (or killerks magnum with his amo) create a biger bang sound, they do more damage, but need more force to get all that mass through a paper wile the ones that shoot sharpened (like gorkem's) or greens can peirce paper with ease. so not only will we need a firepower test but a peirce test. peirce is easy enough its velocity and ammo size and a variable if it is sharpend and we have an instructable on how to determin bullet speed. power is bullet size+ extentions (killerk's magnum ammo like) also a little velocitybut the system needs a ruberband standard to keep in mind no putting on more then the systems amount of ruber bands or size of ruber bands (i know people will do this anyway)so what am i basicly saying in this topic? easy please people we need records of bullets speeds for sertain bullets with your guns it is easy since most of you seem to have digital cameras and there is an instructable about it. also we need to know a standard RB cause i dont know whats standard in the rest of the world besides USA and even then i dont know if its standard in the other states (they say americans like everything bigger and sadly sometimes it's true)i have tested some guns out and lets say that stong yet easys from the first page so far are low... so maybe we need a test for difrent kinds of guns! i have seen rifles that fire like a medium pistol (for they are exept they have a longer barrel, bipod, stock, and scope) should these even be given a 6 out of 10 in every catagory? or should it be 2 outa 10 for rifles. if lets say we got a standard of ruberbands to be 2 (not including trigger ruberbands) that where (makeing this up) a circumfrance of 3 inches, end of barrel being 2 feet away from camerathe adverage gun (all makeing up still) 25 feet with white shooting 1 foot per sec, does not dent an empty can. bullet speed of 5 feet per second with a max range of 40 feet (acurate ranges ppl use mesuring tape) with a white bullet that dents and peirce through an empty can we can conclude that the gun has high peirce rate but beter then normal power rateing. so a 7/10 for peirce if best was a max of 60 ft bullet speed of 10 ft per sec and white rods then it could have scored higher.one day when i search "knex gun" i want to see "my first Sniper!, it scored a 7/10 firepower and 8/10 pierce with 100ft range" cause then i can say that is a good gun I'm going to build!

Topic by Sypran 11 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

can a les paul have 4 tone caps? Answered

My les paul standard has a cap on the tone knob input lug from,there to the tone pots ground modern style wiring. can i add another going to the volume pot output lug 50s style 4 altogether

Question by hippieguy 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Knex Gun Force Standard

The problem is that almost no one has enough room inside to shoot a knex gun unless it's a total peice of ....you get the point. But, by going outside there are many other vaiables that effect how far a gun can shoot (eg. Wind direction/ speed, trees and other obstruction, etc.) Also power as in "can shoot through can" or "through 3 sheets of hard cardboard" can also be misconstrude in the way that range from the can is a main factor, point blank range is not always the most powerful range, often 1-3 inches away has exponentially higher power. What needs to happen is a tool be built (out of K'nex, what else?) that is not only easy to use but impossible to mess up, it should be able to give 100% accurate reading for all types of guns from the weakest to the most powerful. Also in terms of different types of ammo, rod size shouldn't matter( thats what she said) the only thing that should matter in terms of ammo is whether it is deer slug, rod, sligshot/ catapult rod(a rod with something the can grab the elastic), or other and specify what that is.Range is all to often streched beyond reality by saying it can shoot 200 yards, when really it might be able to shoot 50 yards tops when pointed strait but 200 yards if it is pointed strait at the sky. We need to bulid a target that you shoot from maybe 5 feet away and something mesures force, be it cardboard, or cans, or plywood, maybe even something that leaves a dent in it and you can mesure the depth of the dent to tell you how much force (eg. 1/2"=1, 1"=2, 1 1/2"=3, etc.)Also one last idea if you would prefer to stick to range outside, is that you divide the range in feet, by the number of cardboard sheets(or other medium)the gun can shoot trough at point blank range (say it shoots 63 feet, and through 4 sheets of thick, corrugated cardboard the equation would be F= 63/4= 15.75, so your force rating would be 15.75)These are only some ideas to get all of you thinking about a standard in K'nex gun power.-TheXenk

Topic by TheXenk 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago

Mouse left and right click keys added to a keyboard

The software I use at work interfaces with JAVA so the enter and info keys on the keyboard do not work within JAVA scripted panels that pop up with simple OK or YES or Cancel buttons. I have to physically grab the mouse and click the button I want to continue after the click. This slows me down immensely. I cannot change the script (it's commercial software) and cannot add any software to the PC because the PC's are locked down securely. Remapping keys is locked out as well. I want a wireless solution preferably USB that I can add the two keys above the arrow keys and below the word processing keys that only respond to the left click and right click of the mouse. I necessary I could use a wired version as long as it wouldn't interfere with my current wireless mouse/keyboard. Any ideas out there? Am I explaining this properly?

Topic by wrench409 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Looking for standard knex (no bricks).

I am looking for standard knex (preferably no bricks). I live in Perth, Australia and I am looking for a NEW (not e-bay, used amazon stuff etc.) set with a motor in hope of creating a ball machine and other things. I have already looked in Big W and Target. Please give suggestions to sites or stores, and if someone can give a good average price for a certain amount of bricks, that would be appreciated. Thanks!

Question by Exscaly 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Standards for being featured dropped?

This is anecdotal, since obviously I don't review every single featured Instructable. I just happened to notice two recently that have some nice photos but otherwise seem kind of "incomplete". Absolutely no offense meant to the authors, I'm sure they put a lot of effort into these projects, but the documentation seems lacking and not up to the standards of "someone should be able to reproduce the work": https://www.instructables.com/id/Colorful-LED-Christmas-tree-automaticlly-flashing/ https://www.instructables.com/id/Functional-Nintendo-Controller-Coffee-Table/ The latter especially has nice photos of what is obviously a really nice build, but totally lacks a materials list, wiring diagram, cut instructions for the wood - all information that's essential to actually do the build. There are a couple (nice) comments pointing this out. Just wanted to point this out - not sure if there's someone new on the community team who might be featuring things just because they have nice photos, without checking the text, or if there's been a change in the standards for featuring that I'm unaware of.

Topic by Ben Finio 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Paintball Pistol/Standard Gun

My neighbor was selling a standard paintball gun and all of the accessories and a pant pistol. He made me an offer for $40 for just the Pistol and the accessories, i don't know what he'll charge for the gun and the accessories but probably a little more. Should I get just the pistol and use it only or should I buy both if the price is low. What do you think? (Thats not the one in the picture)

Topic by Rockerx 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Where can i find a British Standard Cycle Die (9.35mm diameter, 26TPI) in the UK

Im after a British Standard Cycle Die (9.35mm diameter, 26TPI) to thread a steel stub axel so it will fit inside a bike hub like a spindle (with cones from an old spindle) if anyone knows where i can find one of these please get in touch! :D PS i live in the UK

Question by ooda55 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

User profile service cant find my administrator account on my laptop. can you help?

The title pretty much says everything i can only log on in safe mode but then i cant print or anything. also i cant troubleshoot or anything from the standard user account because my administrator password dosnt work. im running windows 7  32 bit   on a compaq presario cq60 laptop

Question by Jo-dan 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Best metric drill bit set for metal? Answered

I've switched over to everything metric, but one problem still remains: I can't find metric drill bits. Is there a good set of metric drill bits that are on par with Dewalt's Titanium or Cobalt Drill bits? I mainly work with stainless steel and 6061 aluminum. 

Question by JamesRPatrick 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

4chan views Instructables as a high standard

Just a random tidbit: 4chan is considered the bad side of the surface internet, full of trolls, disgusting imagery, and all kinds of things your average person doesn't need to know about. You may have heard of them in relationship to ANONYMOUS, #cutforbeiber, or any one of a number of cyber bullying incidents. Anywho, 4chan actually has some pretty well instituted rules, and it even has a DIY forum, although you have been warned about what you may find out how to make there. Well, it so happens that the famous site looks to Instructables as a standard of content and how to share projects. Picture is a direct copypasta from the rules.

Topic by ilpug 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Connecting headphone jack to standard speaker?

I took a speaker out of an old CD player and I have an old headphone jack with the wire that I want to connect to it. I have done this before but I have one problem: the sound. When I plug it into my Ipod it is only as loud as the headphones were. Would a transistor amplify the sound and make it louder? If so how do I do that with only two wires? I am trying to figure out how to make it louder. Thanks.

Question by chiefs543 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Which guitar is better? Fender Standard Fat Strat or Epiphone Standard Les Paul?

 I'm going to get an electric guitar soon and I would like to know which guitar is better quality; Fender Standard Fat Strat or an Epiphone Standard Les Paul?

Question by adamgillies 9 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

If i had an guitar, could i change the first 4 strings to bass stings and take off the last 2 to make an bass? Answered

I recently picked up a full sized acoustic guitar from some place that was by the road. So i fixed it up and put all six new guitar strings on it. But i figure since i have an acoustic guitar, as well as an electric guitar, already, i might as well make the junker into a acoustic bass guitar. Would it be as simple as taking off the last two strings and putting on four bass strings instead of guitar strings? What is the standard tuning for bass? And one more question, if i sanded down all the frets so they were flush with the fretboard and then refinished the fret board, would it then become a fretless with the lines so i could tell where the frets were if i needed them?

Question by PyroMaster007 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Can you turn a laptop LCD screen into a standard LCD Monitor / replace another brand laptop screen?

My laptop is a Dell Latitude CPi and is INCREDIBLY old. It was made for Windows NT / 9x systems. The laptop itself no longer powers on for some reason, but the LCD might be useable. Instead of getting a new LCD for $100 or replacing the cracked screen on my acer laptop for $600+, I'm wondering if it's possible to convert the screen into either an LCD screen, a Cintiq-esqe tablet display (where there's probably a USB and monitor cable) or, if it can be used on an acer 5520 laptop (the screen is cracked and using it on the same monitor I need for my PC isn't the easiest thing).

Question by anthonyloprimo 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

What are the dimensions of a standard utility knife blade? Answered

Question by JamesRPatrick 9 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Upgrading Epiphone Les Paul standard's hardware? Answered

Hi guys Ive got an Epiphone Les Paul standard. I wonna replace some things by better ones but i dont know were to start. If someone can just tell me what to replace and wich by wich part i would be very happy. thnx anyway

Question by la-main 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

change rotation speed | standard clock part

Hi all (not sure if this is the right place to post such a question): is there an easy way to speed up a standard clock module part? (please see attached JPG picture). - would like it to turn 3 times faster. - can add any extra external circuit - can increase the voltage i.e. 2 x AA instead of one i know v. little about electronics. Also important to know how this will affect the power consumption.... thanks

Topic by oem_odm 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Is there a common standard for mounting servos to other things? Answered

For exmple - is there a standard bolt pattern or splined post that you have to consider when working with a servo or does it vary? Thank you!

Question by DanShort 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

change rotation speed | standard clock part

Hi all is there an easy way to speed up a standard clock module part (please see attached JPG picture). - would like it to turn 3 times faster. - can add any extra external circuit - can increase the voltage i.e. 2 x AA instead of one i know v. little about electronics. Also important to know how this will affect the power consumption.... thanks

Question by oem_odm 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

What is the standard amount of pieces a knexer has? Answered

I was one day wondering if i could make an innovative gun that has a good amount of parts that most people could build, so i need a good estimate about how many knex the average knexer has. Thanks! -DGM

Question by Der Bradly 10 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Looking for Eagle file for standard breadboard power.

Hello;   I am trying to find an Cadsoft Eagle .brd file. I want to plug boards into a standard breadboard, for power. I want to plug onto the thin side. It seems to be a metric measurement, even though it is 0.1" hole spacing. Or if someone has the spacing info for the pins? I measured 4mm on centre, then 40mm to 51mm for the far row. So it would be on the left or right of the breadboard. I always round ground at the outside, and 5v in the middle. So swapping ends will work. Thanks, and I will keep looking Mick M

Topic by MickM 8 years ago

How is a standard transistor different from a mosfet? Answered

So I have been teaching my self the basics of electronics and I find my self confused on the differences between a standard transistor and a mosfet.  I understand the physical differences but what I do not understand is the differences in their applications? A transistor is either ON or OFF which is controlled from the BASE and is normally OFF. A mosfet is either ON or OFF which is controlled from the GATE and depending on the type is normally ON or OFF. I think I might be over complicating things but based on my description of the two above. Am I missing anything important?

Question by atrumblood 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Solder Pen instead of standard solder iron .? Answered

I had an idea about making a pen that writes solder not ink i searched for it and i found that it has been made this year but i'm thinking about making my own version maybe of wood link for the solder pen : http://www.yankodesign.com/2011/07/01/faux-pen/ if you have an idea please share it here

Question by aessam1 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Creating a New Standard for Rating Project Difficulty

Hey guys. I've worked on many projects based off of instructions given by another person, and I've seen many different ways of ranking the difficulty of a project. What I've found is that many of these difficulty systems are hard to understand or don't provide enough information. I think that Instructables could really be improved by a standardized difficulty ranking system to help users quickly decide if they have the appropriate skills and tools for a project based upon a search criterion or "arrange by" feature. The system that I have come up with is based upon two factors: tools and individual skills. Tools would be the main focus with the skill level based upon the viewers' ability to use them. I won't go into too much detail now. I want you guys to give your honest opinion on how the system should work before I try to finalize my ideas. Keep in mind I want it to be simple, but descriptive enough to help us decide if a project is feasible. It doesn't have to be too accurate, so don't make it more complicated than it needs to be. I think that it should be voted on by the community as well as the author. Thanks guys. I look forward to your input. If we get something good, maybe the Instructables staff can incorporate it into the website's features.

Topic by DIY Emilio 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

how long would a standard Medieval torch burn?

If a person need to calculate time by how long a standar Medieval style torch burned how long would be a good guestimate

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago

Upgrading Epiphone Les Paul standard' s hardware?

Hi guys Ive got an Epiphone Les Paul standard. I wonna replace some things by better ones but i dont know were to start. If someone can just tell me what to replace and wich by wich part i would be very happy. thnx annyway

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

What does Windows Embedded Standard 7 do?

Hi, I have DreamSpark and I was wondering what Windows ES7 does. It looks like it turns your computer into a developer's version of Windows 7. I have Windows XP, though. Could I switch between the two using Microsoft Virtual PC? Thanks, NM

Question by NatNoBrains 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Can you use standard choke inductors as electromagnets?

I am making a project where I need very small electromagnets to attract and hold a small metal flap closed when the circuit is turned on. Flap is about 1cm from the magnet and returns to this position via a spring when the circuit is off. In theory is it possible to use inductors used in electronic circuits (for interference suppression etc.) as an electromagnet? Thanks.

Question by laquermonkey 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

build a 3d printer with a standard stepper motor controller? Answered

Hey Im thinking about building a 3d printer, so I'm looking at the (endless) possibilities out there. Can I build one with a standard (4 or 5 axis) stepper motor controller (like the ones on ebay)?? instead of using an arduino (I saw on the internet that that's what they use on RepRap) (and since I'm building a 3d printer/ CNC I think it would be more convenient for me to use stepper motor controllers for "both" the machines, and besides that it appears to be simpler since I know nothing about arduino :( ) I was thinking I maybe could use a controller with 4 or 5 stepper motor outputs and then use 1,2 and 3 for the axis and then use the other one to "tell" the machine how much material it should "spit out" any advice?? or any other ideas for a SIMPLE 3d printing curcuit?? 

Question by lordl9999 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Connect laptop LCD panel to non standard output

Hey... I have an old TFT LCD (~10+ years old) on an ancient notebook. It's a color screen, 640x480 resolution. I also have an mp3 player that I don't use too often anymore. I was thinking that I want to rip open the mp3 player and send the video output to the LCD but I'm not really sure how I'd go about doing this. It just seems like an interesting project, and I'm not afraid to learn new things or whatever... I just need some initial steps in the right direction.

Topic by preet 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

How much voltage comes from a standard usb cord?

Question by scooter2013 7 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

What would a standard workbench to build crazy things have? Answered

Question by pyro=fire 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

What size of knitting needle is standard for knitting a hat or sweater?

I see a wide range of sizes of needle and don't want to get the wrong size.  Thanks

Question by mimimama 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

How to convert a standard video monitor to a pulse-cross monitor?

For video diagnostics, a wave-form monitor and a pulse-cross monitor are highly useful tools. Is there a simple way to convert a standard video monitor into a pulse-cross (sometimes called a cross-pulse) monitor? I.e., feed the signal into a box and the box feeds into a standard video monitor and you can see the normally invisible image corners and invisible vertical interval of the video. I think this can be a simple electronics diagram. Thanks for any help!

Question by LightSpeed1 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Standard picture frame that plays a short piece of recorded music

I'm looking to attach some sort of audio playback device to the backside of a standard wall-hanging picture frame. I have the audio as a 30-second MP3 file and ideally someone would be able to walk up to the frame and push a button / flip a switch and the audio would play once through some sort of speaker - quality doesn't have to be great. Pushing the button again would make it play again. I've never built anything like this before and I'm not really sure where to start. My first guess was maybe to take apart a music greeting card, but there's no button to play with that. Anyone have any ideas of what I could do? Thanks.

Question by schwars1 7 years ago  |  last reply 2 months ago

Need an efficient way to recolour an object in a photo to a standard color

I will shortly be in need of an efficient way to colour an object in a photo to a standard colour without losing the shading and highlighting. I know it can be done manually in any number of programs but I may have thousands of photos to do so need an automatred process or one that requires only seconds per photo to efficiently accomplish the task. Anyone got a suggestion? All helpful ideas greatfully received.

Topic by albeix 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Where do I find "non standard" Seebeck coefficients? Answered

Specifically: I am interested in making a small thermopile for some experiments, for operation at pretty high temperatures. I have plenty of ni-chrome and constantan wire, I also have 304 and 316 stainless steel welding rod. Apart from by experiment, how can I find the output voltages/ deg C of any combination of these metals ? I can't seem to readily find the Seebeck coefficients for stainless steels. Thanks Steve

Question by steveastrouk 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Is it possible to run a 1.5 volt motor off of standard capacitors? Answered

I'm new to electricity and would like to make a small vehicle that uses capacitors to power a small motor (described above.) Would this work at all? are there resistors or anything that I would need? and if this could work, what types of capacitors would I use. the vehicle needs to move about 7.5 meters.

Question by I am Bob 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

What could go wrong in a standard garage door opener?

Hello there, I have been asked to try to repair a malfunctioning garage door opener. The man who handed them to me said all of the modules work for a few weeks, then suddenly stop working. I opened them, looking for any burnt component, dry solder joints, tested relays in search of a stuck one, but could find nothing. I tested them at home, and they all reliably clicked their relay on and off, as expected. So the question is, what would cause ordinary garage door openers to fail? I thought about a bad powerline (circuits are 50's era in his building, and have never been redone), but have no means to check it. In the same direction, I was looking for a different model garage door opener, and only found two alternatives: one is the run-of-the-mill SkyLink stuff, expensive, reasonably secure, the other is the dirt cheap Chinese-made remotes with no hint about security. Since this is Instructables, I looked for garage door opener projects, but most are so-called "smart" and need a reliable Internet access, both on the smartphone and on the receiver module. Since this is a multi-tenant building and my country is known to be among the most expensive for internet access 1. there's no easily accessible Internet in the garage 2. drivers can't be assumed to have a smartphone and even if they do, 3. Internet access on a cell phone is extremely expensive. The other question would then be: have any of the community members here saw a garage door opener that would: 1- only need easy-to-make RF remotes? 2- be at least as secure as the original SkyLink? 3- require no Internet access?

Topic by Cubytus 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

What is the standard thumb rule for welding rod consumption for 1ton fabrication?

Pls answer this querry.

Question by vivekair 8 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

Can I splice together my XBox 360 standard A/V cable and my 360 VGA cable?

Can I splice together my XBox 360 standard A/V cable and my 360 VGA cable?

Question by Eegras 9 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago