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Interesting idea, reminds me of those minimalistic wine bottle holders; a slanted board with a hole in it. But I think you should have mounted it the other way around (top-right to bottom-left) so the spines of all books are readable while still showing one front cover.
Interesting idea, reminds me of those minimalistic wine bottle holders; a slanted board with a hole in it. But I think you should have mounted it the other way around (top-left to bottom-down) so the spines of all books are readable while still showing one front cover.
What a cute and original idea! And what a conversation starter!
What soil moisture sensor are you using? I have tried the one below, but it is useless. Electrolysis completely corrodes the sensing PCB in a week.https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Smart-Electronics-Soil-Moisture-Hygrometer-Detection-Humidity-Sensor-Module-For-arduino-Development-Board-DIY-Robot-Smart/32562744759.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.qsKyAy
It would have been funny if you edited out the boy in front instead!
Very interesting! Two questions. 1. Can't you have a separable mold that releases from the acrylic so you don't need a glass container to be able to see it from the sides? And 2. Why do you call the units of measure forced onto you by England "Freedom units"? :)
Don't forget that you can just as well use an NPN or N-FET transistor, and place it on the negative side of the input (mirror the circuit). N-polarity transistors usually have better characteristics. But keep in mind that this cuts off the ground, and the ground can sometimes find undesired paths. On isolated circuits, this is not an issue.