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Do It Yourself Electronics
Experiments and projects in electricity, electronics and alternate energy. I love to work with electronics and alternate energy. I am also a bit of a computer geek on the side.
I have a fully off the grid electronics lab where I run my experiments and projects. Follow along as I explore various alternate forms of energy from solar to wind to earth batteries and even radiant energy devices.
I will show you the basics of electronics and how to solder, use a multimeter and how to read schematic diagrams.
Learn how to build a Bedini radiant energy battery desulfator and charger. Learn how to tune your Bedini motor for better performance and output.
Learn about computers and components. How to work with Arduino and other small micro computers.
Join me in cryptocurrency mining and the shared mining program. Learn how to use an altcoin wallet, how to trade, buy, sell and exchange cryptocurrencies. Learn how to build a mining rig and keep it running.
Subscribe to The Do It Yourself World Electronics and lets explore the World of electronics together.
I am opening up the fully off grid electronics lab after a long, cold winter. It got so cold out there this year that bearings and grease were freezing up.
Even the bottle of oil I had for use on bearings turned into a solid. At this point I felt it was best to shut everything down for the winter rather than to risk damage to the bearings on my rotary generator devices.
Now that it is warming up some, I have my Quanta Magnetics Q3 Charge Accelerator going again. And I got the Bedini motor running as well. Both are charging up old batteries from my RV days. I hope to one day restore them all.
The main off grid solar battery bank is doing well though and in float mode. These are charged with 800 watts of solar panels on an adjustable rack outside.
There is still some snow on the ground but it is time to start getting things going again.