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100+ Electronic Kits
I need to build a timer that will let my tube amp warm
up first and then connect the HV to the tube. I need a
delay of 30 sec. Any schematic for the 555 or 4011?
#11061 Richard Bitan
I have been an avid reader of both Nuts and Volts and
now SERVO for quite some time. I have several types of
robots and am currently working on my masterpiece. This
one uses a PC/104 main computer talking to various
I am trying to find either the software, or the tools to
create a program that will allow me to send control and
status signals via the Internet from any remote browser to
the robot. Once the control signals are received by
the bot, I would then need to be able to use these in my
Status signals would then be sent in the reverse
direction back to the browser. I'm currently using Visual
Basic as the master control software.
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