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    10 Discussions

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    dan3008
    dan3008

    5 years ago on Introduction

    this would be a good generic electric switch module for a microcontroler

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    jwells5
    jwells5

    8 years ago on Introduction

    im sorry im kind of noobish to this... what exactly does this do?

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    cyberoidx
    cyberoidx

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Ha. I was looking for this on the internet. Was going to use some IC. But this will do. Gonna Mix it with zigbee to make a wireless remote for the Canon 1000D (Which doesn't have a wireless camera)

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    Phil B
    Phil B

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I just found this. You wrote that you used a PNP transistor, but the schematic shows an NPN transistor and is biased for an NPN transistor. Did I miss something? Thanks.

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    luhe98922
    luhe98922

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    bc547 IS an NPN transistor, u r correct. and it IS used as a NPN in the schematic, so it probably is just a typo...

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    ramohero
    ramohero

    10 years ago on Introduction

    what if my camera emits rf signal for extra external flashs to recieve and flash at the same time with camera , how we can the above idea be utilized ?

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    scopevisions
    scopevisions

    11 years ago on Introduction

    i would love to see how is actually connected to the camera trigger do you have any photo? and this can be modify as an external trigger with a switch? nice macro !

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    awdark
    awdark

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Wow how nice. Any idea how much voltage is needed to trigger it? I could have saved $3 on the relay I bought if I found this earlier! I used it with a sound sensor but it doesn't quite provide the effect I wanted, perhaps a relay is too slow for my ideas. Do you know what the trigger voltage is supposed to be? I read the schematic page and most of my questions were answered woo go reading haha

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    Xellers
    Xellers

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Excellent instructable, +1. Please post a different schematic for this device. Your's is good, but slightly hard for me to read. Try using Eagle CAD, It'll take a few minutes.

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    guyfrom7up
    guyfrom7up

    11 years ago on Introduction

    That's pretty cool, I guess But I will give you plus 1 because I love seeing people use prefboards/PCB and stuff like transistors.