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Forum: Project Logs 31st Aug 2006, 20:48
Replies: 102
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Posted By maeterlinck
LOL - fleafa got lazy (well didn't have time) :p ...

LOL - fleafa got lazy (well didn't have time) :p

(says he that had/has the same problem)
Forum: Modding 2nd Feb 2006, 16:26
Replies: 2
Electronics Using Solenoids
Views: 750
Posted By maeterlinck
Using Solenoids

Hi All,

I'm creating a circuit to control a solenoid. RS Part Number: 346-340. I have bought switches etc to perform the actual control. I have an old computer power supply to power the whole...
Forum: Project Logs 29th Aug 2005, 01:44
Replies: 241
Views: 45,861
Posted By maeterlinck
damn... beaten :grr: :D

damn... beaten :grr:


:D
Forum: Project Logs 23rd Aug 2005, 13:34
Replies: 62
Views: 5,658
Posted By maeterlinck
The connectors aren't rated on voltage in that...

The connectors aren't rated on voltage in that way. The pin seperation is high enough that the power can't jump between pins and it's insulated anyways. The dialectric withstand voltage will be in...
Forum: Project Logs 5th Aug 2005, 23:43
Replies: 832
Views: 295,444
Posted By maeterlinck
They will need to be in series, but they can...

They will need to be in series, but they can share a pull down resistor.
Forum: Project Logs 3rd Aug 2005, 01:04
Replies: 10
Views: 2,664
Posted By maeterlinck
He'll probably use a right angled riser card,...

He'll probably use a right angled riser card, which are fairly cheap.

One thought: Have you tried booting or at least POSTing the mainboard to see if it will run with out a video card - some won't...
Forum: Project Logs 2nd Aug 2005, 00:34
Replies: 10
Views: 2,664
Posted By maeterlinck
Looks like an interesting project. how will you...

Looks like an interesting project. how will you be controlling the playout? and I'm guessing the source files will be else where on a network? might this have issues under dos? Might a cut down linux...
Forum: Project Logs 2nd Aug 2005, 00:26
Replies: 2,171
Scratch Build Dark Blade by G69T
Views: 3,333,875
Posted By maeterlinck
who said G68T was MODifying anything? This is a...

who said G68T was MODifying anything? This is a Project Log to log the construction of his custom designed case.

Anyways, is the bronze sculpter who recasts his finsished work several times...
Forum: Project Logs 30th Jul 2005, 12:20
Replies: 1,215
Views: 613,557
Posted By maeterlinck
It's 5 when it's on special offer which it is...

It's 5 when it's on special offer which it is periodically.

You can actually use a cigarette lighter which works pretty well for frayed edges.
Forum: Project Logs 30th Jul 2005, 01:08
Replies: 2,171
Scratch Build Dark Blade by G69T
Views: 3,333,875
Posted By maeterlinck
Jeeze kids - take the architechure debate...

Jeeze kids - take the architechure debate elsewhere! Please!
Whilst I can enjoy a good debate about art or subjective issues I don't think project logs are the place - unless they explicitly deal...
Forum: Project Logs 26th Jul 2005, 23:46
Replies: 2,127
Views: 820,541
Posted By maeterlinck
I haven't used that actual Belkin model but I...

I haven't used that actual Belkin model but I have this one http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?rb=9198700278&action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=31534 it's generally good,...
Forum: Project Logs 25th Jul 2005, 11:17
Replies: 2,127
Views: 820,541
Posted By maeterlinck
Hey congrats! Good to see it working. So I'm...

Hey congrats! Good to see it working.

So I'm guessing performance testing will be next on the agenda?
Forum: Project Logs 23rd Jul 2005, 01:56
Replies: 101
Views: 20,280
Posted By maeterlinck
$700 seams like a lot tbh. You might have been...

$700 seams like a lot tbh. You might have been better off going to your local sheet metal shop and either chatting to one of the guys down stairs to see if they'd make it for you off the cuff, or...
Forum: Feedback & Suggestions 8th Jul 2005, 14:20
Replies: 23
Views: 1,453
Posted By maeterlinck
Also if you are wanting to reduce page loading...

Also if you are wanting to reduce page loading times and lower bandwidth then you should consider reducing page sizes in general. I picked a 2 post page, short posts and the page size is 39.3Kb,...
Forum: Feedback & Suggestions 7th Jul 2005, 11:32
Replies: 23
Views: 1,453
Posted By maeterlinck
I agree totally, and it is general 'net-equite'...

I agree totally, and it is general 'net-equite' not to post huge images unless you need to. However, forcing a resizing plug-in isn't going to stop people from posting images - they need to be...
Forum: Project Logs 2nd Jul 2005, 10:33
Replies: 48
Views: 5,691
Posted By maeterlinck
looking good - quite a nice clean look so far!...

looking good - quite a nice clean look so far! Good idea with the hard drive bays - though as someone else mentioned airflow over them might be an issue... Is the top one removable?
any plans for...
Forum: Modding 2nd Jul 2005, 01:53
Replies: 16
Views: 1,857
Posted By maeterlinck
looks good. I'd be tempted to leave the UV filter...

looks good. I'd be tempted to leave the UV filter as that would probably help with keeping the system nice and clean.
loving the companies diagram of the system though!
Forum: Feedback & Suggestions 2nd Jul 2005, 01:29
Replies: 23
Views: 1,453
Posted By maeterlinck
Image display issue

Hello Bit-Tech Mods (and who-ever is in charge of the forum code)!

I've just noticed an issue with some javascript that is applied to user submitted images. The idea is to stop images over 650px...
Forum: Project Logs 2nd Jul 2005, 01:22
Replies: 76
Views: 9,751
Posted By maeterlinck
The issue lies with a piece of javascript that is...

The issue lies with a piece of javascript that is inserted in to every image tag that a user posts. It checks if the width of a picture is greater than 650px. The script appears to work if the image...
Forum: Modding 30th Jun 2005, 21:10
Replies: 42
Views: 3,002
Posted By maeterlinck
OK, well the 13.5/30VDC wallwart you got isn't...

OK, well the 13.5/30VDC wallwart you got isn't going to be up to the job because it's only rated to 1A (1000mA).

The similist way for you to work out the current it's going to draw in operation...
Forum: Modding 30th Jun 2005, 12:14
Replies: 42
Views: 3,002
Posted By maeterlinck
Don't know about anyone else but I'm getting a...

Don't know about anyone else but I'm getting a little confused.

Start again!

This amp is a regular comercial type that you bought? If so I must have come with its own power supply? Are there...
Forum: Modding 30th Jun 2005, 11:41
Replies: 10
Electronics AC Parallel Load
Views: 706
Posted By maeterlinck
Don't know about the caretaker, but here in...

Don't know about the caretaker, but here in England you would need to inform the local fire station that you are using pyrotechnics on stage, in some counties you would also need a licence from the...
Forum: Project Logs 30th Jun 2005, 11:20
Replies: 76
Views: 9,751
Posted By maeterlinck
Ok so it does look good :D I'd still be...

Ok so it does look good :D

I'd still be interested to see something with a bit more colour, but it's your project!!

Looking forward to updates!
Forum: Modding 29th Jun 2005, 21:23
Replies: 16
Views: 1,857
Posted By maeterlinck
OK gotcha. Well crudely you can work this...

OK gotcha.

Well crudely you can work this out.

Lets assume that the entire WC loops raises the temperature of the water 5degC and your pump moves 6litres/min. This means that the res will be...
Forum: Project Logs 29th Jun 2005, 21:06
Replies: 76
Views: 9,751
Posted By maeterlinck
not sure about black - but a lighter, maybe...

not sure about black - but a lighter, maybe pastle type colour fading between another could look really good under the outer case...
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