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How to “Weld” Aluminum Without a Welder — Make Something. What’s good with working with aluminum is the low melting temperature

How to “Weld” Aluminum Without a Welder — Make Something. What’s good with working with aluminum is the low melting temperature

555 PWM. Simple Circuits. - YouTube

In the need of controlling a 7 Amper DC Motor i designed a speed controller with some cheap components.

555 PWM. Simple Circuits. - YouTube

555 Very Simple PWM to dim LED, dim DC lights and control the speed of DC motors. I will use this circuits to control my LED strips in my car and the motor f.

This six meter wide solartracker project is intended to hold 22 50W 12-volt panels. It is not populated yet, but has only 8 panels, two of them are 64-watt unisolar thin film panels (on the ends of the structure), and are to be removed later and replaced by 50-watt panels. The system is initially working on 12 volts, offgrid, but will be updated later to 24 volts, and can be used as gridtie system in the future, if deemed convenient. Plese visit youtube Chava Tarin channel

This six meter wide solartracker project is intended to hold 22 panels. It is not populated yet, but has only 8 panels, two of them are u.

Solar Tracker In Action - YouTube

Using a windshield wiper motor and some cheap components, build your own solar tracker for greatly increasing the yield of your solar array.

Solar Tracker In Action - YouTube

This is the my solar tracker made from recycled parts. Uses two opposing solar cells from solar lights to drive two transistors which activate the rela.

Solar Tracking Device - YouTube

Solar Tracking Device - YouTube

Solar Tracking Device - YouTube

Solar Tracking Device - YouTube

Solar Tracking Device - YouTube

This is my simple solar tracker, all you need is a charger 6 volt,timer for 1 minute, turning the system is simple and effective and proven to work,every 1 h.

Solar Tracking Device - YouTube

This is our solar tracking device aka S. This was built for our senior design project at UCF. It tracks sunlight 360 degrees Horizontally, and 90 degre.