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I made it with a 99pence 6v solar cell. I like the idea of placing it on the hinge stand.
Solar Powered Radio ConversionView Instructable »
No support required, bricks will hold together by supporting each other Try it and you will see.
MIG Welder Repair for a New...View Instructable »
The aim of this project is not to convert a multimeter to a backlit display, but to convert either models (DT830/LN) to be USB rechargeable (which they are not, when bought of the shelf).
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Eco Friendly Arduino Metal Detector
LED on AC Mains
2 Way Hanging Kebab SkewersView Instructable »
Propane Tank to Air Storage
I just take the battery out until i next need to use it. Your right they do drain battery even when apparently off.
if you see a fat link wire as pictured u need do nothing. if you dont see it there, look for 2 solder pads where the link wire is supposed to run, and solder a solid core wire between the 2 pads.
thats my green wire.
On some of these panels the current sink link is missing. on mine it was missing so i soldered a thick wire across the pads. without this you will not get a current reading. if the link is already there, great!
Well done on what must be a very rewarding project. You have brought the community together and turned around a rubbish tipping site into a desirable garden plot for all to enjoy!
Control anything with ps2 controller and Arduino (wirelessly)