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10:57am 06-25-2010
CaptBry
Alan,

The ecellent video completing the Hard Drive Fan was forwarded to me by John Main
john.main@best-microcontroller-projects.com

Your video includes VERY important skills to progress a breadboard to a Beta-Prototype. For Newbies, cutting the perf-board, not using electrical tape(glue gun) and strain reliefs are stumbling blocks. You could do well re-posting this as a Bread-board to Real-World 'How to'.

Good and considerate job!!

Sincerely,
CaptBry (20yr EE)
Replied on: 2:06pm 07-21-2010

Thanks CaptBry!

11:45am 06-24-2010
Yokk
HI ,,, im the one who is so amazing with ur peojects . Im so interesting in LED spinning globe and i wanna do it as my term project but i hv to write program on FPGA by using VHDL language . Is it possible to do it ? .. I need your help . Plz give me some advice.

Sincerely, Yokk
Replied on: 2:06pm 07-21-2010

That is definitely possible. I don't work with FPGA's though so I won't be able to help.

10:48am 06-13-2010
Erica
Your stair-lighting kit looks very interesting -- I am working on a similar (not for sale) project. But I am concerned about safety here. Are you using wire rated for in-wall use? Are wires being connected according to residential electrical code (usually that means in an approved box)? A house fire is no fun.
Replied on: 12:04pm 06-13-2010

It uses a listed power supply and everything else is current limited low voltage. Yes, all the wire we sell is FT4 rated. Check with your local codes but I have never seen any area that requires low voltage electronics to be mounted in an electrical box.

9:11pm 06-08-2010
Simon
Thanks for the stairlightkit, it works like a charm
Replied on: 11:57am 06-13-2010

Good to hear.

9:41am 06-04-2010
Christopher
hello,
Very nice project. I found this site because i have to do something like this for my project in the school. I need some help.My email bdis1984@yahoo.fr If its necessary, we speak about how many. Write me please, don´t hesitate.
Replied on: 11:57am 06-13-2010

Good luck on your project.

11:04am 04-21-2010
ferenjan
Nice. Your projects are so amazing.
12:09pm 04-16-2010
czeslaw
Your projects are so amazing.
11:59am 04-16-2010
Polakowski Czeslaw
Jestem z polski i mieszkam w niemczech i podziwiam te piekne wynalaski .Bardzo fajne.
czy jest mozliwosc otrzymania do HDD Fan pic12F675 asemb?
pozdrawiam Czeslaw Kassel 16.04.2010
7:34am 04-09-2010
tanpn
Hi Alan
Your projects are so amazing. I'm making a project like your rotating led but i just don't understand how the board gets it’s negative from the motor because the shaft of my DC motor isolate with the case of motor. Please reply me as soon as possible. Thanks
Replied on: 11:55am 06-13-2010

To do it the same way I did you would need to find one that is not isolated.

10:53pm 03-27-2010
bg
sweet!!!!
4:30pm 03-20-2010
Thomas Augood
Hi Alan
any idea when the HDD clock will be available as a kit?
Replied on: 11:54am 06-13-2010

Soon.

9:37am 03-12-2010
karl
Do you sell the kit to make the hard-drive clock. I have dozens of hard-drives in my garage and 3.5 disk drives.
I am n ot an electronics whizz, but with step by step instructions and the parts, I feel I am competent enough to build this.
ty, Karl
Replied on: 11:53am 06-13-2010

We don't sell it yet but it should be done soon.

7:28pm 03-04-2010
David Marshall
Received the clock kit. Excellently packaged. Hope to start on it very soon.
Replied on: 11:50am 06-13-2010

Great!

10:13am 02-14-2010
Carl
I'm making LED turn signals for my Jeep. Those little LED boards are a big help.
I'm sure I'll have voltage ?'s later.
Nice site.
Replied on: 11:50am 06-13-2010

Glad to hear they worked good for you!

10:46pm 01-19-2010
ranjeeth
Hi ,
I want to know how a character is mapped with some values to make led on and off.
How to find this some value for every character. kindly help its regarding my college project
Replied on: 11:48am 06-13-2010

You can make your own or use something like this.
http://www.fontriver.com/font/dot_matrix/

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