How I Made the Most Advanced Flashlight Ever
I used rare earth magnets in the ceiling and attached the LED strips to "Latice" (8' x 1 3/4") strips found in Home Depot trim & Molding section. I glued 3" x 1 1/2" thin gauge steel strips to the back of the latice strips corresponding to the positions of the ceiling magnets. Where I needed to join the 8' latice strips I used aluminum "U" channel and 5 min epoxy.
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Very nice - you embrace the essence of Instructables - you had a need and put together an impressive collection of easy to find (and inexpensive) items and made it work. Bravo?
Very nice - you embrace the essence of Instructables - you had a need and put together an impressive collection of easy to find (and inexpensive) items and made it work. Bravo
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This is indeed a very interesting concept and your methodology is enviable. However , it appears to me to be more a sound meassuring experiment rather than energy harvesting. Had you thought about matching the average frequency to the resonant value of the oscillator when, I would assume, the output would increase significantly on a really busy street with few quiet interruptions.
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