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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.
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A demonstration on how to solder a solar cell to prepare it for assembly into a full solar panel. In this video you can see the top side of the solar cell being tinned with solder to prepare it for the next stage. Adding solder first allows the tabbing wire to stick easier to the solar cell.
Please see www.TheDoItYourselfWorld.com for more info and how to order our DIY Solar Panel book.
Please forgive the graininess of the video. The lines in the solar cell caused optical illusions on my video camera. I will be uploading better videos later with a better video camera.
I got a load of 13 servers along with other equipment and parts in a single haul the other day. Chris came along to help out in loading the truck.This trip took the better part of our day but it was worth every minute of it. I got 5 complete looking Dell Poweredge 2950 servers as well as 4 more with some parts missing. There are two mystery servers with Intel motherboards. One Sun T1000 which appears to be complete. And a little server in a short server tower along with a 24 port GB switch.There are two boxes of accessories containing some other electronics equipment and a lot of cables. There are also 7 LED light strips with power supplies.I plan to use these for DIY Tube Video Community once I get an office with high speed internet again. I was at first thinking about using them as web servers and parallel video processors but my R710 is more efficient for that job.I will likely strip these down some to reduce power consumption and use them as NAS servers. Each computer holds 6 hard drives at 2TB each so I can have 6 TB of NAS storage per server all with hot swap-able and high grade parts.Watch for more videos on these servers as I check them out and decide how they will be used.The Do It Yourself World LLChttp://www.thedoityourselfworld.comGet off the grid for $5,000 or lesshttp://www.theoffgridproject.comDIY Tube Video CommunityYour alternate video sharing communityhttp://www.diytube.videoGet help with your projects or share your experienceshttp://www.thedoityourselfworld.com/forum/