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Thank you for following my Low Cost, Three axis Gravimeter project. I just posted a new video with my first interference rings, but have a lot to do yet. I am not sure how to post links yet. Here is a link to the video: https://hackaday.io/project/164550/log/162771-low-cost-gravimeter-video-1-my-first-interference-picture-and-thoughts
Please take time to add a photo of yourself, even if you are wearing a mask. It is hard to remember a faceless profile. Thanks. If you want to brainstorm projects, post a comment on my project, or reply here. Is that possible? I am trying to find people interested in gravity, so if you know of someone, please tell me or have them contact me. This is way too much for one person, and I am working 12-18 hours a day besides. So exciting. I dreamed about gravity my whole life, and now I might get to use it for imaging the earth's interior. Lol!
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Thank you for the follow and like of my #MPRT - Modified planetary robotics transmission project. Can't wait to see where this goes..
Hi thanks for liking and following my projects Sun Chaser and Anna2 aka A2 the agbot!
with sharing knowledge people are always previleged, so i am the one to say thanks for sharing ;)
Thanks for the like & follow of my projects #Solar Water Heating Controller and #Low-Cost Programmable Power Supply !
solar or similar projects are always for me a way to gain kowledge and maybe make some diference ;) so thanks for sharing!
Making a solar heating controller is indeed fun! With the help of the connectivity features and data logs I soon figured out that different heating strategies for more or less sunny days are possible. The PCB is still not done, though ;-)
Thank you for following and like to my project https://hackaday.io/project/87345-mini-vertical-wind-generator-3d-printed
you are welcome!
Thanks for following rthe excel front end for openscad model creation. Are you comfortable in excel?
you are welcome, sure... not an expert though ;)
Thank you for the follow and like!
Thanks for following my Compact, $25 spectrometer and Bin Level Monitoring projects!
all in all gret projects ;)
Thanks for following Reflowduino!
Thank you for following my #LiFePO4wered/Pi project!
Thanks for follow me
Thanks for following the uRADMonitor project. If you want to support the development (but also help with the Igg campaign), you can purchase one of the available detectors on https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/uradmonitor , the solderable KIT1 for instance was very well received by the Makers community, and there is also an ongoing competition on http://www.uradmonitor.com/topic/soldering-the-kit1/ . Thanks again, Radu
Thanks for following my Python project!
Thank for following my hack! Am stuck with some python - if you have any ideas, they would certainly be welcome! Have a great evening! :)
Thanks for skulling my PV system monitoring project.
Hi thank you for your comments on the solar hot water hack , I have always considered the simpler it is, the better it works!
My next project is a solar pv battery charger that produces no RF interference ,by having it fully charge the batteries with the relay normally in the (closed ) position and when it reaches 14.4v switches (open) with no internal resistance when charging I.E. comparatoritor senses the charge voltage --relay normally closed but when the voltage reaches 14.4v relay opens and no charge .but if the battery becomes under load and battery voltage drops say to 12.6v then the relay closes to recharge the battery --depending on the type of relay used mine is operating at 20 amps of current.
So I want to use this system for my home lighting using about 15 led,s downlights around the home.
Cheers and beers Bob Murton (down under!)
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