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The link for the LED module takes you to a site where the cost is $3.90 each for 25+ purchased. That means that 110 of them will cost $429. Even if they are NZ dollars that's a lot for a clock. That is equivalent to US$278. Or did I miss something?
Thanks for that. I would like to try this project. It looks very interesting.
Great instructable. An actual circuit diagram would be helpful.
Interesting Instructable. A couple of corrections are needed. The link to the RFID module is not there. Also, when clicking on step 5 there is an error message that it doesn't exist.
Hi,Another great instructable. I made a 2 x 3 W bluetooth speaker as per one of your other instructables. I realize English is not your first language so please take this in the spirit it is given. Hole in English is "gat" in Dutch and whole is "geheel".
It worked in my motorhome this winter. After one trap was set off I put sheets throughout and reset the trap. Neither of the two traps were set off after that.
What are you using to close the reed switch? Usually a magnet is used. Did you leave this out or is there another way to activate the switch?
Don't use a Phillips (cross) head screw in the first place. Use a square socket (Robertson in Canada) or Torx head screw.
Good instructable. I tried to use this BT module but found it very difficult to solder the wires on to it. Here is a link to another BT module . Just remove the plastic case. Worked great for me.http://www.benl.ebay.be/itm/3-5mm-USB-Bluetooth-Wireless-Audio-Music-Speaker-Receiver-Adapter-Dongle-Hotsale-/181886085155?hash=item2a59416823:g:cogAAOxyNo9SynA3
Are you sure of those box dimensions? Might they be 50mm x 50mm x 20mm?
Borax works on their insides. It is insoluble in their gut and the crystals slice up their gut, painful but effective.
some lizards eat them
You could probably buy a plastic project box and modify it (cut out a slot for the switch lever) that would as well as the 3D printed one.
At mark 1:00 you state "that is what makes a parallel circuit", after saying the electrons flow through one LED and then the next. Perhaps you want to edit this. A good explanation otherwise.