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hoosier1104

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Well I made my final presentation and ............................................................................... I PASSED! I will post pics tomorrow.
 


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Lets see!!lets see!!lets see!!lets see!!lets see!!lets see!!lets see!!lets see!!lets see!!
 

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Pictures??!! Also, what course are you taking?
 

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I am on call this week so when I get a chance I will snap a few. I completed my BS in Electronics and Communications Engineering. That just means I am too damn smart for my own good some times.
 

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Goodnow I know who to bug when I take my electronic engineering technician course :icon_cheers:
 

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This is interesting to see on a Ranger forum. I have an AAS in Electronics Engineering Technology and am starting next week as a technician for the local HQ of a police/public safety electronics manufacturer.

When you talk about the DRLs why are you using a timer circuit? I picture DRLs as always on, so I'd just have used a straight LED circuit. We must be thinking about DRLs as being different things, so I'm curious to see what you've got.

That charge meter is actually a pretty neat, yet simple solution. I never actually got to work with OpAmps that much, so I never would have thought of that. I would have tried to make it way too complicated.

I've thought about making a solar powered "pummer" BEAM bot before, but never really could find anything that was visually good looking to use as a base or holder that also looked easy to build into. Back when I was still in school I did try to fully light up a 1:18 scale CVPI... the circuits were easy (I still have a few 555/4017 strobe pattern circuits solder up sitting in a drawer), but putting them into the model proved my downfall- I was never good at model making. Anyway, I'd be interested in seeing your solar circuit. Did you end up using batteries or caps as your storage device?
 

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That just means I am too damn smart for my own good some times.
People tell me I'm too much of a smartASS for my own good, sometimes.









I recon this is one of those times. :icon_bounceblue:
 

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Nah. Your good bc on this day not a **** was given.
 

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You never posted your pics Hoosier lol! We want pics!!
 

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With the spread of the electronic products,the paper made products have been replaced gradually.The collection of stamps or any other paper made things can be sensible.However the electronic products also have two sides.They can also make people annoyed with the noise pollution.Then to block the signals people choose the gps jammer buy to help to create quiet conditions.
 

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