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7:09am 04-03-2013
Mario Markov
Dear Alan,
Please offer me Stair Lighting Controller Kit.
Shipment to Europe, Croatia, 10000 Zagreb.
Many Thaks!
Best regards
Replied on: 1:32am 07-14-2013

It is calculated automatically during checkout.

11:57am 03-25-2013
I'm from Peru. I'm going to do a spinning LED's project, but it's going to be used as a 2D spinning that you can place onto your bicicle wheels. Your project just gave me some hints. If you are interested, get in touch with me to see my project when it's done =).
Replied on: 1:34am 07-14-2013

Great, send it in when you are done.

1:42pm 03-11-2013
hola soy de peru estoy tratando de hacer un calentador por induccion pero sin resultados positivos hasta me podrias enviar el diagrama de tu calentador hice el de la pagina checo pero no resulto vi tu trabajo pero no veo el diagrama muchas gracias de antemano arequipa peru
9:19am 03-02-2013
I watched the PWM fan controller with temp sensor and i really liked.

Now I'd like to make my own fan controller for my computer since any of the commercialized controllers aren't for my likes.

I'd like to control more than a single fan.

So: Is there any way(I'm sure there is) to control 5 fans with individually parameters?

Thanks in advance
Replied on: 1:37am 07-14-2013

Yes, but you would need to use a larger microcontroller with additional I/O lines.

1:03am 02-06-2013
I'm used to putting 2.2k ohm resisters in series with an LED for 5vdc power. this says 56 ohm. Seems like a huge power flow. lol
Replied on: 1:33am 07-14-2013

Yes, LEDs will still light with very little current.

5:19am 02-05-2013
Tanaka Mungofa
Could you help me out with a digital fuel guage for a car...
Not sure if i placed my email ad in the right box
3:41am 02-04-2013
suggest me some good electronic mini projects of low cost. thanking you
8:32pm 01-16-2013
I am looking a kit of stair lights, could you tell me if yours works with 12 volt LED lights. If it is not possible, could you make one of 12 volt and how much is for it. Thank you. Jose Gutierrez
8:44am 01-15-2013
Not sure to look around or start building
10:42am 01-02-2013
hello sir i am 3rd year enginniring student and i have to make mini i am confused about what to plan is to do one small and sweet project to build knowledge can u give me please sir help me
4:43am 12-18-2012
have you gotten the hd clock kit
sorted yet
if so could you give me a price
best reagrsd
11:14pm 12-16-2012
Hi, i am trying to design a temperature controlled fan using LM35DZ. i have tried a number of circuits using lm741 opamp and lm358 dual opamp but nothing seems to work. i need your help in terms of a circuit diagram for this circuit. please
7:02pm 12-15-2012
Hey Alan,

I am a beginner electronics student at Millikin University and chose your PWM fan controller as my final project. I looked at your schematic and I don't know where collector of the NPN transistor goes. does that go to one of the leads on the molex connector of the fan. Any help would really be appreaciated.

Replied on: 7:34pm 12-15-2012

That gets connected to the negative of your fan. This is probably the black wire in your molex connector.

9:32am 12-06-2012

I saw the project of the Hard Drive Clock recently, so I decided to make one for my final work at technical school. Could you tell me some hints to make this job easier? I thought of using three colors of LEDs instead of two, for a better view of the colors, mainly under natural light. In what language did you write the source code? Could you send it to me?

Waiting for your response,

Replied on: 9:47pm 12-15-2012

You can get the code here.

It was written in PicBasic Pro

5:38am 11-24-2012
Lukasz Wr
Hi. I'm student on electronic.. I'm starting my adventure with microcontrollers.
This project is great! I built that.. I'm searching source code (program lighting leds step by step). Do You have that? Could You send me? or could I buy it from You?
Please help
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