>>922889 That's not 'free energy' OP, that's a transducer; you're converting mechanical energy (moving the magnet) into electrical energy, by inducing a current in the coil.
Now, if you want to play around with something, try this: Put up a long-wire antenna outside your house, as high up as you can get it. For bonus points, tune the length for 1000kHz (middle of the AM broadcast band). Sink a 6-foot ground rod into the ground for a good, solid earth ground point. Connect that to the lowest voltage... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>922893 What if we poison the water in mexico so that it genetically modifies all newborns so that they are slightly magnetic. Then, instead of building a wall, we build a massive coil they have to walk past to get into america, thereby generating electricity. I know it's not "free," but it's free for us.
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I have a light with a grounded plug that I want to use on a timer I have on hand. Problem is the timer only accepts two pronged cords. Could I use one of these cheater plugs and connect the ground tab via ring terminal to a grounded cord plugged in close by?
I'm making a DIY light/reflector for some plants and because the reflector is going to be made out of metal duct I thought it'd be a good idea to ground it. I could just stop being cheap and spring for a grounded timer (like $12), but where's the fun in that?
The price to buy a wind mill to generate electricity is outrageous. I don't understand why they cost thousands of $$$$. Why cant I hook up an altinator from a car to a wind mill to charge a battery? It seems like a simple idea, and I have the ability to make the wind mill.
if you wanna connect the blades directly to the alternator, it wont work coz the rotational speed is too low. you'd have to rewire the alternator to compensate. however if you have a windmill, then presumably you can use gears or belts to obtain the necessary speed, so it could work unaltered.
I got some 40 watt four foot shop light enclosures I intend to use to replace some 100 watt incandescent bulbs in my garage. The enclosures have grounded plugs, however light bulb adapters have no provision for ground. I know there are ungrounded plug adapters with a ground attachment point, but I'm trying to do this without running a grounding wires.
Does an LED DC converter need to be grounded long-term?
I dove into a project and got about 75% through it before realizing I have no idea what I'm doing. The simple version is I need to design a small pcb with the following I/O: - 3 logic level control signal inputs (whatever gauge, probably 22), - 12V source (maybe. I could connect it directly to the 12V output wire) (18awg, up to 6A) - ground (18awg, up to 6A) - 12V output (14awg, up to 6A) - 3 signal outputs (14awg, up to 2A each)
So what is the best way to connect each of these to the board? Something disconnectable would be ideal, soldering 14awg directly to a board just seems like a bad idea.
I'm going to be starting up a synthesizer project this upcoming semester (hopefully more than one) and am looking for the best references to learn about synth design, development, and construction.
As a physics major I already know a lot of the basics of electronics and circuits, but that's mostly stuff like V = IR and what not. I don't know how any of that applies to actually generating sounds like a synth does.
My university apparently has a collection of Bob... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'd like to know if anyone has experience with isomalt sugar?
I'd like to cast a slab of white non-translucent isomalt (about 55 per 80 per 3 cm). I found online that Cakeplay makes white isomalt ready to be melted in the microwave, which would be easier to use, but it's pretty expensive and I need lots of it to fill my cast.
Does anyone know how I can produce a great quantity of white matte isomalt with a limited budget?
best i can say is don't be a cheapass. beer brewing is a hobby where you spend a good amount of money - to not save any money. _you don't do it to save money!_ if you try to save money it will not be fun.
for example: get a decent brew pot - one that's a little too big for what you need. one with a spigot perhaps. if you're gonna do this for for the rest of your life why not. seriously - look at the videos like "huehue here's how you user your new cheapass kit!" - look at that big ass lovely brew pot they use that doesn't come with... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Lutron Maestro wireless dimmer. Make sure to not get the RF variety as that kind needs line of sight to operate. Make sure you understand how to install the switch correctly, and research if the switch requires a neutral conductor, as older building wiring usually does not have a neutral at the switch.
Depending on the light switch location, I would just just a hole on the inside wall of the closet, right behind the light switch, rotate the box and switch to be inside the closet, then put a blank plate over the hole on the out side.
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