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Re: simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:18 pm ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

The fog machine is
4VDC 25mA

But it appears I need to short 2 pins to get it to work

Re: simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:47 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

this is what is looks like- local shop my bad i did say 5v single relay

Re: simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:46 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

Re: simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:39 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

A relay just arrived from a shop . - its 240ac 2A - this is not going to work - most of what i see is AC- are there any VDC low A relays?

Re: simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Fri Sep 28, 2018 7:39 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

ok - i did a check on the fog machine - the max draw is 24.56 mA - how would i setup to Arduino Uno to accept a pin in and then pin out (et just connect them )?

Re: simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Wed Sep 26, 2018 7:26 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

gotcha, did a check - the pins are 4VDC so relay is needed?

Re: simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Wed Sep 26, 2018 1:19 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

Lyndon, based on your reply Arduino board with this code your advised. power supply for the Arduino itself Relay ? (not sure how much voltage Arduino supports- but i guessing for the fog machine it would be a NO -closed operation with low voltage? if low voltage i would not need a relay to handle po...

simple timer

 by itolond ¦  Tue Sep 25, 2018 4:47 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: simple timer ¦  Replies: 15 ¦  Views: 508

Hi Forum, have purchased this el-cheapo fog machine for halloween - it comes with a remote RF activator which when pressed fires out the fog... the challenge is i can't seem to find a timer for this (as i want to leave it unattended and release fog for let say 3 seconds every 30 seconds, or somethin...

RGB led strip

 by itolond ¦  Tue May 01, 2018 1:47 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: RGB led strip ¦  Replies: 1 ¦  Views: 272

Hi All, i am looking at the specific project where i want to use SMD RGB leds in a 12-14.8VDC environment A strip led would do perfect with the exception I need to address each led individually - that is depending on a switch position (et 12v + DC) the led may illuminate say (R+B) for example. i wan...

Re: Simple / cheap acoustic modem

 by itolond ¦  Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:57 am ¦  Forum: Wireless/RF ¦  Topic: Simple / cheap acoustic modem ¦  Replies: 3 ¦  Views: 701

Ok,
It’s to control via 2 way coms to an app for a model submarine
Depth max 5m
Water varies, but worse case salt and Low visibility
Distance max 300 m

Simple / cheap acoustic modem

 by itolond ¦  Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:03 am ¦  Forum: Wireless/RF ¦  Topic: Simple / cheap acoustic modem ¦  Replies: 3 ¦  Views: 701

Hi Forum,
any1 have any leads on a cheap simple acoustic modem (or working project examples) ? (for Ardiuno)

RGB circuit - 12VDC

 by itolond ¦  Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:04 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: RGB circuit - 12VDC ¦  Replies: 0 ¦  Views: 348

Hi Forum, Apologies for the newbie questions here... Scenario - planning to setup a backlit illuminated panel for the car (carling switches -12VDC). The backlit panel will be illuminated via LEDs- the objective: if possible would the to use a sequence of RGB LEDS which change colour depending on cor...

General arrangement 2 x 10w RGB controller (12v)

 by itolond ¦  Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:16 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: General arrangement 2 x 10w RGB controller (12v) ¦  Replies: 1 ¦  Views: 323

Hi Forum, after some feedback before i dive deeper, Scenario: I have standard 12v system running 3 carling switches (on/off), at the other end i have 2 x 10W RGB LED with 1 picobuck connected per inputs (e.g. 3 total per led) From previous discussions best practice is to use MOFSET's to control the ...

video > Small / medium monitor

 by itolond ¦  Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:41 am ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: video > Small / medium monitor ¦  Replies: 1 ¦  Views: 338

Hi Forum, no sure if this is the right area to ask - please point in the right direction. I am planning and constructing a "space ship" bed for my young boys and I was looking to jazz it up a little. There are some really cool Startup seq and trek consoles available royalty free video. in view of th...

Re: 10W RGB controller

 by itolond ¦  Sat Feb 11, 2017 5:59 pm ¦  Forum: Projects ¦  Topic: 10W RGB controller ¦  Replies: 2 ¦  Views: 808

Hi Rappa

this will be a a vehicle - hence the 12 VDC supply. So your suggestion is to run one per colour on the LED R +G+ B - then adjust brightness of each vice a PWM controller to the PicoBuck?

I am guessing the pico buck can support LED in parallel ?