Milan Nagy
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DIMMING A 10WATT LED The following circuit is a request from a reader. He wanted to dim a 10 watt LED from a 4.2v Lithium Ion cell.  The current will be about 3 amps and a power MOSFET is needed to deliver this current.  By Collin Mitchell - 30 LED Project.

DIMMING A 10WATT LED The following circuit is a request from a reader. He wanted to dim a 10 watt LED from a 4.2v Lithium Ion cell. The current will be about 3 amps and a power MOSFET is needed to deliver this current. By Collin Mitchell - 30 LED Project.

In this instructable I'm going to show you how you can make your very own automatic plant watering system. The best part? This solution requires no pump!The benefit of using an automatic watering system is that you avoid having your plants start to dry out, and you also wont accidentally soak your plants. The moisture is kept at the perfect level for your plants and you end up using less water!There's a lot of different automatic watering systems out there. These seem to work great however…

In this instructable I'm going to show you how you can make your very own automatic plant watering system. This solution requires no pump!The benefit of using an automatic watering system is that you avoid having your plants start to dry ou

The post explains a simple yet extremely useful induction heater circuit concept which can be further implemented for making induction hot plates and induction cookers.

The proposed induction heater circuit exhibits the use of high frequency magnetic induction principles for generating substantial magnitude of heat over a small specified radius.

Induction Heater Circuit for Labs and Shops

The post comprehensively explains an induction heater circuit for labs and shops using an H-bridge inverter with formula for calculating optimal resonance, inductance value.

Arduino infinity mirror

Are you tired of looking at room elements that appear to have finite depth?Maybe you should consider building your own Arduino-Programmable LED Infinity Mirror!