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I made it with 3 voltage presets and an adjust pot, I managed to connect the breadboard from under it, takes DC from a wall adapter and in the future I plan to add a battery function.Thank you.
I'm a bit mind blown by this because I had no idea you could use logic circuits in this manner. I'm wondering if it's possible to do circuits in general but especially valves out of passive circuitry, like with nothing that moves inside of the circuit. I think that a possible use would be a solar panel. I imagine a closed circuit that has passive circuitry for efficiency, some parts get the heat other parts are colder and that way a fluid circulates the circuit, then it moves a shaft that connects to a generator. In theory the more components you can cram inside, the more efficient but It would probably be very inefficient.Wish I had the tools and the money and the knowledge :)
You may need to change the switch, they are dirt cheap, you can find them online.
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