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real simple. 1. you have to go the bank and get crisp bills in any amount you want. 2. cut a piece of cardboard the same size as the bill3. put the stack of bills on top of the cardboard. 4. clamp down the bills with the cardboard along the sides and bottom5. apply the padding glue along the top. 6. let it dry and there you go. you have a notepad of bills.
sorry. I was under the impression that it would be US Bank notes. I would like to revisit this if I had UK notes. I know they have new plastic ones to avoid counterfeiting. If I get my hands on one next time, I'd try to make a demo using the UK notes.
ahh. so you need the BMS board. Otherwise, it'll over charge and bad things may happen. As for the battery indicator, would you know what the max voltage it supports up to? I'm trying to use 12v amplifier for a project.
Nice job. I've always wanted to build a battery indicator. How do you know that the battery is fully charged after being plugged in the outlet? My concern is leaving it plugged in the wall too long and the batteries may "explode".
Question about the 3PDT switch. It doesn't have any polarity right? All you have to have is the same polarity for each side? Like the all the left pins are left channel, middle is ground and right is right channel?
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Could I just turn the pots and do a trial and error since I don't have an adjustable voltage supply?
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How long did this take you? Great Job.... makes me want to make my own custom leather bag :-D
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