120v AC to 120v DC

Basically I want very strong electromagnets for a gauss rifle that I can power from a home power outlet... Disregarding safety and efficiency, would a 120vac-120vdc bridge rectifier do what I want it to do? Maybe? Hopefully?

Asked by ColinF14 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

120v Motorbike???

Hey guys... so i managed to snag a 120v motor from a ryobi leaf blower... how would i need to go about making a battery pack for it? and how would i mount it??? i was thinking of relaying batteries with wire and tape.... but i DONT want it to be a bomb on wheels!!! XD and for the mount i was thinking of welding some bolts into the motor and then onto the bike near the sprocket.... even then.. how am i supposed to attach it to the axle to make the wheel spin?? weld in a rod or something i suppose?? i also made sure to grab the switch cause i dont feel like making one and it has three settings... off, 1(slow), 2(fast).

Asked by PatrickB303 10 months ago  |  last reply 10 months ago

Is there an explaination on here on what i need to do to make a 120V LED lamp?

That plugs directly in to the wall? I would like to know what all of the parts do. Thanks?

Asked by gimmer22 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

LEDs off house current?

I have recently conceived a desire to pimp out small household appliances, like say a hand mixer. I want to add LED running lights around the joint where the top part of the case and the bottom part fit together. Of course, I also want to still be able to use the mixer for its intended purpose, so I can't just slap a wall wart on the cord. Does anyone have any hints on a safe way to divert/convert about 12v of DC power from the 120v AC power cord? Ideally, I'd like a compact solution, one that will fit inside the case of the appliance.

Posted by TeratoMarty 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

120v FM radio question

Does anyone have any clue on how to build a normal radio that I can plug into my 120v wall jack and not have to use a earplug to listen? I would greatly appreciate it because i have always wanted to design and build my own radio but after scouring the internet i haven't come upon ANY knowledge...not even a manual. Please, anyone?

Posted by commercial free 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Often a GFCI is too sensitive outdoors. But I've heard that an isolation transformer might save you from electrocution. How safe would an isolation transformer be for running a fan, angle grinder, blower, space heater, etc outdoors? Where can I get one that will handle the amps I need?

Asked by Toga_Dan 3 months ago

5 5mw lasers powered by one 120V outlet

Any comments or advice on making this happen? Im looking at buying five of these....http://z-bolt.com/MODR-red-laser-module.htmland hooking them upto a wall transformer off of a 120V outlet.

Posted by mnc615 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Does it exist? 120v inductive indicator light system.

 I run a car wash and I need a way to quickly tell if equipment located in hard to get to places is on and working or not. What would be great would be a remote bank of lights that came on when a device was drawing current. What would be perfect is if I didn't have to wire it into everything - for instance inductive sensors (like the cheap ones you can buy at HD that beep and flash when current or voltage is present) that can be placed on the outside of a wire run and report back to the bank of lights whether or not there is current flowing. Anybody ever seen anything like this? Murphm7

Asked by murphm7 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Help ::: 120v Portable Power Supliy

Im working on a self propeld wooden boat for my 3 yr old daughter i have a moter i pulled out of a standerd stand up house fan.  but it a 120v power requirment.  i've thought solar power but im at my breaking point i dont want to go and spend 150 dollars on a car portable air compresser a/c component help please.  Ps please forgive my horrable spelling

Posted by lyricalfate 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Converting 120v motion sensor to run on 12v?

HomeDepot sells a motion sensor for home security lighting with a 270* viewing angle for $22. I'd like to convert one of these units to run off of 12v, keeping the timing relay intact. Has anyone attempted this?

Asked by skuypers 9 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Instructables prize power question

Hi! So I have this burning question. If I were ever to win a big prize in Instructables contest that included an power appliance, what should I do if it only works in US? Because here in Europe, we have 230V 50Hz power and you guys over there have 120V 60Hz power. Some time ago, my girlfriend won  a vacuum sealer and the thing is just sitting in its box because we can not use it. The only solution would be a separate converter which costs a lot. And for the bigger stuff it would cost even more! My Worx Semi-Automatic screwdriver works just fine over here (110-230V) My suggestion for the Instructables personnel is that with growing numbers of creators overseas, the prize power problem should somehow be handled (if it is even possible) Cheers, Andreas (happy instructables member :)

Posted by CraftAndu 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

Can I use rectified mains power for electrolysis? Answered

Assuming that I properly insulated the system, would it be practical to use mains power in a hydrogen generator? It seems to me that it should be feasible, but I've heard from some people that hydrogen generators work better at lower voltages. If I could use mains power, would I have to limit the current in any way?

Asked by Shagglepuff 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Voltage regulator to get from 70vac back to 120vac?

Hi all, I am using (and for strange reasons am required to use) track light outlet adapters to power some LED light strips. The LEDs use an AC adapter that requires a minimum 100vac to run properly. The problem is that the track lights are dimmed substantially, so the voltage coming from the tracks is only 70vac. Any idea what I can use to bump the voltage back up to the 100+ voltage range? Tripp Lite has a some regulators, but they don't go down to 70vac. APC makes one that goes down to 80vac, but that's the lowest I've found. Is there an off-the-shelf regulator that goes down to 70 volts? I found this contraption that looks promising and maybe a little sketchy (alibaba style). Any other recommendations? I guess the other question is what is the risk in running the LED strip lights if their AC adapters are getting 30v lower than they recommend? The lights appear to function fine, but will the adapter overheat? Burn out quickly? Cause a fire? If it burns out, say, once a year, I'll probably leave it, but I have no idea what the consequences are. Thanks in advance! 0    ..    o uuuuuu nnnnnn

Asked by uuuuuunnnnnn 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

120v-12v 10amp weatherproof converter ?

Where can I find a 120v-12v10+amp weather proof converter to power a 12v 9.2 amp radiator fan for use outside. in wet weather

Asked by JohnM533 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Where to find a 120V to 12V transformer?

I want to make a "styro-slicer" which needs a 120V to 12V transformer. I would like to scavenge it instead of buying it.

Asked by Lugfg001 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

convert 240V 50Hz to 120V 60Hz

Recently I bought a Blender imported from US(to India) which runs on 120V 60Hz. I need a converter which Converts 240V 50Hz to 120V 60Hz. I got an idea of using a rectifier-inverter circuit such that by varying the gate signal can accomplish the aim. Is this idea a possible one?

Posted by ravic88 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

120V LED Under Cabinet Lighting

Hello everyone. I recently purchased a new home, of which has some nice Under cabinet lighting. But they are extremely hot when I use them. Heat = wasted energy right? I want to be as Green as possible in my new home. The problem is, the Bulbs are these weird straight 120V Bulbs from Westek.http://www.servicelighting.com/Westek-00862-LB25B-25W-120V-HALOGEN-Double-Ended-Halogen-Incandescent-Light-BulbSo, the question is, Can I some how make an LED replacement Bulb? Each housing has 2 of these bulbs, and I have 4 of the housings. I can't read schematics, but any info would rock. Thanks everyone.

Posted by Leejin 9 years ago

Battery powered 120V light bulb

I'm trying to build a steam-punk costume and wanted to use a motorcycle battery to power several edison squirrel cage style bulbs. Fortunately these blubs look better if they are dimmed, but what I'm having a problem with is a schematic and what type of transformer to use.

Posted by Deepeyes 7 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

12v to 120v sine inverter boosting

I have a 20 year old van. The a/c leaked and it is much cheaper to buy a 120v window unit ($140 with a 3-year walk-in exchange warranty) than to pay a shop to rebuilt the vehicle a/c. I chose a 5k BTU window unit that uses 4.1 amps running, and have a 1k watt sine wave inverter. Alone, the inverter will not start the a/c unit, but will power the fan. I confirmed a trick to start motors with an inverter. I connected an 8" bench grinder to the inverter and started it. It took a few restarts to get it up to speed. Then I started the a/c and it ran without problems. The bench grinder motor was able to supply the reactive power the a/c compressor needed to start. Both continued to run without straining the van's alternator. BUT, I don't want to travel with a running bench grinder going, that's not safe. Is there another way to supply the reactive boost that is safe to travel with? Once I get a simple stable way to run the a/c I'll work on a mount to vent the hot side. The van has sliding windows.

Posted by DavidN71 3 years ago

Can I make a 120v AC electric motor run off a battery?

I took the elctric motor out of a leaf mower and was wondering if I could get it to run off a battery . If I can get the motor to run off a battery then I will be able to use the motor to make an electric skateboard.

Asked by 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

diy 110v AC screw-in LED lightbulb?

I'm sort of an electronics newbie, but I'm wondering if anyone knows of any designs to make a 110v AC LED screw-in bulb? It seems all you would need is a full wave bridge rectifier, a resistor(?) to lower the voltage, some LEDs, and some variation on a screw-in base to make a home-made LED bulb. Am I wrong, or shouldn't that be relatively simple to build? Any thoughts? Thanks, Matt

Posted by matthew6 11 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

How to make an LED lamp from scratch?

I am wanting to make a 5-LED table lamp that plugs into the wall and also has a cord with a switch.  I do NOT want to start with a new LED lamp from a store.  I can find bits and pieces of projects on here but I'd like detailed help in doing this.  I do not have electrical experience but I catch on quickly to directions.  I mainly need to know what wiring, LEDs, resistors I would need and maybe short directions..  If anyone is willing to help me with a parts list, please email me.  Thank you!  icukala@yahoo

Asked by Squash 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Piezo triggered power socket for rope lights or led strip?

I'm an electronics beginner. I generally know what components I need for my ideas, but I don't know what specs or how to put them together. I would like to create a socket similar to the one pictured that is triggered by a kick drum, so that I can have rope lights strung around the drum riser flash whenever the drum is hit. I know I will need a piezo element and a transistor/relay. I have read that transistors are more instantaneous. Is this feasible, or would it be more practical to use an led strip? A list of components and advise on how to put it together or links to tutorials would be greatly appreciated.

Asked by pacello 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Using 120V (brush type) motors at 12 V.

Posted by Toga_Dan 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

120V MOT transformer on 220V for spot welding machine? Answered

Hello i'm making a Spot welding Machine using a microwave transformer i'm removing the secondery coil to replace with 2 rounds of very thick wire for the output . the only problem is the transformer rated for 120V input Will it matter if i connect the primary to 220v ? i'm replacing the secondery anyway ?

Asked by pixema 4 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

120v thermostats: need help building or sourcing

I'm planning to build an incubator, and I need something to help regulate the temperature.   I've found some in-line thermostats online, but if I had a parts list, I could easily wire something myself.  Does anyone have any knowledge or experience they can share with me?  Thanks!

Posted by awascholl 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

What would be needed to power a USB device through a 120V outlet? Answered

I have a set of speakers that I have to have plugged into the USB and computer/mp3 player and i want to make something so that i can run it from an outlet(120V, standard American)

Asked by cd41 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

I have a 120v DC system for a 350w lamp. I want to change it to an LED.

I have a 120v DC system for a 350w lamp. I want to change it to an LED. What do i have to put in line for a 12v LED to work?

Asked by rockinbones 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Gas furnace plugged into 120V solar/wind generated power bypasses the thermostat control and starts immediately. Why?

The sine wave generated by my 12v to 120v inverter scopes even better than the grid current.  All other appliances function normally on off-grid power.

Asked by Twicewidowed 7 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Single and Triple Phase? Answered

Ok, so I thought I knew how the power phases worked and then I got myself confused.  Our house has three phases and it offers power at 120v, 240v, and 480v (or at least can I think).  All three wires on the power poles go to transformers and then to the house and so on.  I have seen houses that just use one which I think I understand unless they try to get a dryer then what do they do.  I am going to ask a little more than phases here to just to make sure I get this.  In you wall outlet one is from a line on the power poles correct? and the other is ground which works because at the generator site the electricity is grounded on one side.  Now before I get ahead of myself, how can there be single and triple phases in a 120v outlet and what exactly are they.  Now, at a 240v outlet you have two hot wires coming from the power lines right, and then one ground.  Now I think all the lines on the poles come down to 120v, so how do you get 480v from three 120v lines.  3*120 does not equal 480v.  I am confused.  Also will having triple and single phase even effect how things work.  Like we have a 120v single phase compressor and it works just fine at our triple phase hose.  So it doesn't really make any sense at all.

Asked by jj.inc 7 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

120v AC DC USB Charger

Hello, Can anyone help me with the steps and components of a USB charger?  I am trying to understand how 120V AC is converted to DC for a USB charger.  I have researched this thoroughly but the more research I do the more confused I become. Thank you all!

Posted by webbkevinm 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

ASAP!!! Converting an 120v AC charger to run off 12v? Answered

Basically, I have a camera battery charger that runs off of 120v AC. On the charger it says it outputs 8.4v at .43 amps. I have a solar panel that does 12v at 300ma (or 6v at >1A). Could I take the charger, and wire it into the solar panel? I know the output of the panel at 12v is less than the charger, but it might be able to charge. Has anybody done anything along the lines of this? I would be really happy if I could charge my camera batteries from the sun, as I am going on a trip soon, and they don't have a great power system :) The batteries are LI-Ion, so they DO need a charger...

Asked by astroboy907 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Looking for Help! 120v ac to control variable speed 90v DC motor Answered

I'm at best a novice when it come to electrical and circuits so if what I've put together is a total disaster maybe you can inform me on a better solution. I've taken a treadmill that was given to me and salvaged the motor control board along with the 90v DC motor the control screen on the treadmill was smashed so i didn't bother to keep it. After a few days of googling and YouTubeing I ordered a scr motor controller but it was only single phase 220v... we here in Canada run a double phase 120v.. so to the best of my ability I wired up the single phase with a rectifier also purchased online. As I would flip the switch the motor would come on full tilt at what I'm assuming would have been 160v DC..I decided to scrap that idea. So after more googling and youtubing I found a page where someone had cut parts out of an old circuit board and just used the main circuit that took ac power in and DC power out.. so I figured I'd give that a try... and of course that didn't work either hens why I'm here writing this now. so I thought to my self, well what if I take the main components like the transfomer (tested the transformer to 120v on primary and on the secondary i was reading 18v av onmy multimeter) to step my power down the bridge rectifier to convert to DC along with a capacitor to clean up the ripple and a potentiometer to control the voltage. I wired these items up roughly then pluged it into the wall and when I flipped the switch nothing caught on fire so I figured I'm off to a good start, but as I started to turn the dial on my pot nothing happened.. until it was turned to the very top that was. then the motor started to turn probably at about 14rmp now I plan on using this set up for a wood lather. Am I going about this like a total buffoon? any help would be greatly appreciated

Asked by JamieGmoyer 10 months ago  |  last reply 10 months ago

Is It OK For Me To Use This Transformer?? Answered

I have a few questions about my transformer that I scavenged from an audio amplifier. I assume this transformer was used to drive big speakers. This bad-boy weighs in at eight pounds and is pictured below. The coil has a resistance of 2.2 Ohms. Is that normal? The Impedance of the transformer @ 60Hz will be higher that 2.2 Ohms, right? The transformer was wired into the wall outlet (120V AC) with only a #102 (1000pf) ceramic capacitor and a 125V-6.3A fuse in series. that means that the power comes from the wall goes through a fuse, a transformer, a ceramic capacitor, and then back into the wall. The fuse was burnt-out so I am bypassing it for now. I fully intend to get one asap. The #102 ceramic capacitor either isn't working or limits the voltage too much so I am bypassing that as well. What is this capacitor used for? Some of the voltage levels that I am measuring from the outputs of the transformer are as follows: 5v, 30v, 40v, 60v, 80v, and possibly a 100v measurement. There are a lot of outputs on this transformer so it is hard to remember all of the voltage levels. Is there anyway to tell how many amperes I can safely draw from this transformer? (I have no datasheet and cannot find one) Thank you for taking the time to read my plight! I would really appreciate a reply! Thanks!

Asked by jensenr30 7 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Prizes for outside US being 240v instead of 120v?

As a contest winner not in the US, has any consideration been given to supplying electrical items in other countries voltages (ie 240v), should be relatively easy if coming from Amazon

Asked by buck2217 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

Circuit Diagram for LED bulb running on 120V AC

I have been watching a lot of YouTube videos of building your own LED bulb using a scrap CFL bulb. Since I have watched a lot of those videos, I want to build one. However, almost all of those videos are about making one that runs on 240V AC, and where I live I use 120V AC. Take this video for an example: I also noticed that in that circuit diagram, there is a 5th diode that is unnecessary. So I want to build an LED bulb similar to that one in the video above. But I am not so good with electricity, so I am not so sure how I can modify the circuit so that it will run with 120V AC instead of 240V. Can someone help me with this?

Posted by ADRIANT28 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

120v light circuit that flickers and dims - imitating candles?

I want to build a device that plugs into a wall plug then to plug in a lamp that makes the light flicker and dim just a little. Not a whole lot. Scary effect. Schematics please? Dont want to buy. I'm going to plug in 400w all together into this device. -I am running 6 lights that are all the same. I not going to replace them with actual flickering lights. I would like for them to flicker at the same time at night for scary effect.  Thanks-

Asked by alpe_97 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

What is the easiest/cheapest way to charge batteries from a wind generator.

Can I use normal 120v battery chargers with a 120v generator? Is there any easy way to do this with stuff I can buy at the store, regardless of efficiency.

Asked by theRIAA 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Is it possible to convert a 120V lawn mower to wireless with a ATV or even car battery and a inverter? Answered

I've seen a lot of lawn mower conversion stuff but they always start with a gas mower and replace the engine with a DC electric motor.

Asked by mattyfu 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

12v DC to AC 2000W inverter mod into -> variable frequency drive? Answered

I wondered if anybody could guide me in the right direction. I'm trying to make a variable frequency drive by adding a square wave signal from a signal generator to the set of transistors within the inverter itself. The signal generator is putting out a 8v square wave to the outputs. Also, this is the inverter i was looking at "http://dcacpower.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath;=1&products;_id=5" Can somebody please help?

Asked by imMrDude 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Wiring motion sensing light to include a 120V AC siren?

Here's the goal: to have a wired, outdoor, motion sensing flood light that includes a 120V AC siren that will also sound whenever the light is triggered.  The proposed setup would start with some sort of switch or hidden switched outlet (possibly WeMo so only I can control it and I can also tie in some IFTTT recipes) that the whole system would run through.  Power would then run to an off-the-shelf motion sensing flood light not unlike this one.  From there, one of the light fixtures would be rewired to run power to a 110V AC horn/siren not unlike this industrial unit.  Is there any glaring reason that this would not work, and what considerations should be made vis-à-vis the fixtures wattage rating and the rating of the siren?  The final product should be something that when switched off is just that...off, and when switched on would trigger a light and a very audible siren.  Finally, any ideas on where to look for a siren/horn like the one described?  The industrial unit in the link might be a bit too big. fdsafdsa   fdsaf(not un From

Asked by robodoppleganger 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

Help sought for DIY 12V for 120V Blender Boat Motor

Howdy, I’m hoping someone could give me a hand with jerry rigging a DIY trolling motor battery for a small boat (not a toy, but made out of many many water bottles, pvc, etc.) that will not get too much use. I need it to be very inexpensive and reasonably light. 10 D cells in a PVC pipe would be great. 20 would not be too bad. I am pretty much electrically illiterate. Here is what I have so far. I have an immersion blender … one of those things that Emeril Lagasse calls “boat motors”. I can attach a drive shaft and propeller to it. Because it is designed for being in liquids with more resistance than water (though with a smaller prop/blade), I think it will have sufficient torque to get some push. I will not know if it is enough until I give it a try, but I do know that weed wackers can be so converted and I don’t think they have much torque. The part I am stuck on is hooking it up to batteries. It is a 120V plug in device. I have a small 75 Watt inverter. I can plug the blender into the inverter and that into a car lighter and it runs well. I have hope! I understand that I should have 120 Watt inverter, but 75 is what I have. I have an accessory car lighter outlet to plug the inverter into. It has a red line with a fuse box mid way and a black line, identified as a ground line with a loop at the end. The directions say to screw that loop into the frame of a car and connect the red to the hot battery line. But as I am not using a car that is not of much help. I tried stringing 10 AA batteries together end to end, temporarily held snug with duct tape, and connect it to the inverter with the accessory lighter plug outlet, but I did not have any luck. The motor did not spin and the inverter power light did not come on. I used electrical tape to connect the red to the positive end of the string and tried taping the black to the negative and also to a knife to ground. I tried AA as I know those will get used one way or another. I did not want to invest in D’s until knew it would work. As I understand it, D’s will last longer. (I am not interested in re-charging). Since then, I came across a few bits of info on another site. One thread mentioned using a spring from, say a flash light, at the negative end and a bolt at the other. Another said that PVC was great for grounding. Some useful bits of info are that in addition to the 120V, the motor runs at 1.0 Amps. I do not know if the 60 hertz is relevant. Does any one have any ideas about how to do something this? Do I just need to replace the fuse and try again with D’s? How do I connect the lines? Wrap the red around a bolt through a capped pvc tube and tape the ground to the side of the tube, with a spring in the other capped end touching the negative end? Do I need two 10 series in parallel? I can stack batteries end to end, but how do I connect parallels, especially without soldering? I do not want to use a 12 volt car or marine battery. This motor is not going to get enough use to justify the cost of such a battery and charger and I do not what to deal with the weight. If I can get 10-15 minutes of power from a stack of D-cells (hopefully more time), I would call that a success as this is a learning experience as much as anything. An hour would be much better. Thanks in advance for any help.

Posted by Wolfsire 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

Using a Dimmer for Power Tools?

I want to make something for my 120V AC Black&Decker; Jigsaw, But it will cover the trigger. My question is: Is okay to use a 120V/110V AC Dimmer (PWM?) to control the speed instead? I can keep the jigsaw's trigger at "full power" with a zip-tie, But the control the speed control will come through the dimmer... Are there any problems with the fact that the jigsaw is an "inductive load"? If it is, Can I improve it with a capacitor? My jigsaw uses 4.5Amps @120V, How many Watts is it? (IDK the formula for AC Watts...) Is there any more information that I missed? Thanks,     Yonatan

Asked by Yonatan24 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Would like to wire dollhouse with led lights, going from 120v down to 12v,also be able to turn each room on and off.

Asked by richard dodds 8 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

I have an older General Electric 120v DC motor that I need to run on AC?

Just like the title I have a 120 v DC General Electric motor that I want to convert so it will run off 110v AC or basically house current.  I am not a cheapskate but I am on a really tight budget ( alright enough whining).  Thanks

Asked by dwilson54 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

How do I control power output of 120v electronics with arduino?

Hello,  I have a device with a motor that my killowatt measures at 120v and at most .220ma. I wish to use an arduino uno to control its strength (reducing it down to maybe 25% at times). What is the best way to go about this? I have seen many different tutorials with different methods. I would rather not cut any of the cabling or open the device.  A motor shield on ebay seems to be the easiest way so far from what I can tell, although there does seem to be a lot of different options for h-bridges. Can someone point me to some good information or tutorials that would be the most effective for this type of power requirements? Thanks in advanced.

Asked by d3icidal 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

How can I make a Ac to Ac converter with variable frequency? Answered

I intend to make a devise where it would have an impute of 120v ac at 60Hz and have a output of 120v ac at a frequency between 10 and 60 Hz and could be changed with a variable resister in fine increments. this also needs to be able to handle 10 amps.    any ideas, I would appreciate all help 

Asked by alexander.m 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Where can I get the brightest LED light bulbs for 120v?

I am interested in PAR bulbs and reading lamps.

Asked by fynnstand 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Making a dry sauna heater with parts from a 120v hot plate

I have a small closed in shower (31" X 31") and have sealed the 6" opening over the door. It makes for a great steam room. However, I love very hot dry saunas. I have been wondering if I could make a small heater placed in the corner with one or more single burner hot plates and stones. I am wondering if this could be done safely if the AC lines are totally protected. I could easily turn of the power when showering. I welcome any feedback.

Posted by hywmiles 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago