There is no voltage that comes out by default, there is a relay that activates. Have a look at this page for a some more details of how a relay operates.
The Hard Drive Clock will be able to keep accurate time when it is made into a kit.
Actually this post you are talking about http://hackedgadgets.com/2010/01/02/how-to-repair-a-plasma-tv/
Was done by Dave Jones, see his blog here
I also got a kick out of the fix!
I believe the drive is a 5400 RPM drive. Unfortunately there is no simple way of changing the value with out recompiling the code. I will probably be making this project into a kit soon. The kit would automatically detect RPM.
Johnny Lee is the best guy to ask about that.
Yes, the code was made to work with that drive in particular. I believe it is 5400 RPM
That is fine.
There should be a kit available later this year.
That project was featured on Hacked Gadgets. The code for the eyes can be found here.
Yes the speed matters. Look in the code, there are values to adjust some of the time delays that have to do with speed.
That scanner was only featured on Hacked Gadgets, we sell UL LEDs but we don't have built units available. Unfortunately it would be cheaper to buy a commercial unit that have a custom one of unit built...
We don't sell a kit like that. For general help I would suggest that you ask it in the Hacked Gadgets forum. http://forum.hackedgadgets.com
The code is available for free here. As far as parts go, you would need to purchase them yourself since we don't have a kit for that at the moment.