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Thanks for the tip: I will have a look
Remote Controlled Rolling Shutter
Analog Digital Clock
I come back to this project..... I definitively have to realise this, but since I have several electric shutters around my house, I will try to do this using a RF remote control instead of an IR.And always using JAL, of course !I will keep you posted if I come up with something (don't hold your breath, tough)
Nice design, and good idea to use JAL.A very good language, tons of libraries, but unfortunately, not known enough yet !Thanks to projects like this one, let's hope more people join the JAL community !
Hi Rob,I found this project after it was mentionned in the Jal Group :-)The result looks very good ! Wish I had found this before XMas.... Anyway, I'd like to mention that the BOM in the text mentions a LP950 regulator, instead of the LP2950 in the schematics.Happy new year !
Unfortunately, I do not possess your skills in wood crafting....
Nice: I will definitively something I will try.Idea: one side in blue, the other in orange.....Idea 2: an oval shape instead of a hexagon....See what I mean ;-)
Harvesting Electronic Components
SMART FISH FEEDER "DOMOVOY"
Nice! Where did you get the UM66T from ?
Aurora 18x18 - the Big Brother of Aurora 9x18
PetSafe Pet Barrier Transmitter
Smart IC Tester
Indeed: A current regulated source should be used. Relying only on the capability of the DC converter and wire/fuse resistances is a hasardous way of doing things...I wouldn't recommend this.
Very nice, but something bothers me: your pull-down resistors are way too low.This is almost a dead short-circuit when you press the button ! This could cause your Arduino to reset, and even your resistors to be fried if you keep the button press for too long.I'd recommend you change the value to at least 1 K
Clever and nice and.... inspiring!
Yep!And furthermore, they advertise for products including FAKE chips (MAX7219). It's obvious when you look at their pictures and compare them to the pictures of genuine and fake chips (such as can be seen here:http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=233109.0 )Too bad that such practices are not being banned from Instructables....
Very clever idea to use plumber bits!
Thanks for your appreciation of my country, and that wonderfully inspired work.
Aka "The survivalist way to essential popcorn" ! ;-)I like that ! Very clever. I wonder if another type of (small) candle, with a thicker wick, would do better in terms of time-to-pop
Such "simple" tricks are often the most ingenious and the most useful of all. I will definitely give this a try and will take some time to practice.Big thumbs up, and thanks for having shared this.