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Old 03-10-2005, 02:46 PM   #61
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looks a lot better too

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does anybody have a inside pic of their box,that uses led's and switches?thanks.. lil'b
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I just made myself a junction box for my tyre warmers, check out the pic
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I just made myself a junction box for my tyre warmers, check out the pic
thats sweeeeet.

where'd you get the lexan/pvc?
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where'd you get the lexan/pvc?
i got it from a Menzels plastics here in South Australia, i cut the plastic this time but for my power supply i got them to cut it all on the bandsaw, i dont recommend cutting Perspex your self with a hack saw, its just about impossible to cut the stuff straight !
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here's a pic of the bottom of the junction box i made
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Hey you guys making power supplys out of pc power supplys. All you need to do to put a load on the 5v leg is clip the fan wires in the power supply & wire them to one of the 5v legs. This will give you your load and you don't have to use a risister.
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hey just wondering if anyone has the same problem i have with my new batterys, they have deans plugs with 12gauge wire soldered to the + and - cell ends but my chargers (CDC's) have aligator clips so its hard to connect the aligator clips to make a good contact, i dont want to cut the aligator clips off, has anyone got around this problem with a junction box (ie: terminals to a male deans plug) etc ?
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are just AWESOME, I'm gonna have to look into making one of these.
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hey just wondering if anyone has the same problem i have with my new batterys, they have deans plugs with 12gauge wire soldered to the + and - cell ends but my chargers (CDC's) have aligator clips so its hard to connect the aligator clips to make a good contact, i dont want to cut the aligator clips off, has anyone got around this problem with a junction box (ie: terminals to a male deans plug) etc ?
pretty easy fix, take a male deans plug and solder on two wires of different length (so the clips can't touch) and clip your clips on the wires
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Is the entire speaker jack energized or just the inside? To me it looks like the entire jack is. If it is the whole system could be shorted very easy. The jacks Integrated and Mr. Shookie used will prevent this.
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Is the entire speaker jack energized or just the inside? To me it looks like the entire jack is. If it is the whole system could be shorted very easy.
The terminals are insulated but it doesnt really matter because i used plastic to make it as apposed to metal, i dont really understand why you think it could short easilly ?
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The terminals are insulated but it doesnt really matter because i used plastic to make it as apposed to metal, i dont really understand why you think it could short easilly ?
I think he's talking about the outside terminals. If anything metal contacts a red to black terminal it will short out. I made the same box and I'm very careful with it.
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i have the cosel 13a ps at 12v. Lookin for a more amp out put for my yokomo bcs double charger b/c i cant charge past 5 amps when charging 2 batteries. Other than that the ps is great, cost me 25 bucks on ebay but i dont think the company is there anymore
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