On Thanksgiving Day, last day of the 2018 Van Build, Lee and Jaime, along with 2 helpers installed solar on Lyra’s minivan. Battle Born Batteries had donated a 200A kit so she could power her devices, wheelchair, etc.
400 watt Solar Kit with Fridge and Fantastic Fan: https://amzn.to/2ybM7cC
This is a very good kit for anyone just starting out that plans to run a refrigerator in addition to a laptop and small hand held electronics. This system could also support a CPAP machine, ice maker, T.V. and Vitamix blender.
This kit includes a Fantastic Fan and a refrigerator!
Or just bookmark this link and use it when you buy stuff for yourself on Amazon. It doesn’t cost any more, but Amazon kicks me down a few cents per purchase.
Visit http://www.designedbyinstinct.com for the $25 box parts list.
Cost is close to $25 if you have a spare/free car battery.
Use a Group 24 marine deep cycle battery for best results of course.
EverStart Marine 24DC – $58 (as of 07/01/2011)
Battery terminals not needed if you use a marine deep cycle.
They normally have small lugs with wingnuts included.
Marine battery box – $9.00
12v accessory socket – $5.00
ATO fuse holder – $3.00
Two battery terminals – $7.00 (not needed if you have marine batt.)
Two ring terminals and a butt splice – $ cheap
Combo wire stripper/crimper – $4.00
Check out my other videos to see this pack power a large woodgas cook stove.
I show you how to bring your old RV AGM batteries back to life by using the Schumacher Ship N Shore battery charger… assuming Sasnak Stan lets me actually finish a video!
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Make your own battery with my book DIY Lithium Batteries: http://amzn.to/2jbxvzS or check out my second book – The Ultimate DIY Ebike Guide: http://amzn.to/2BGx4Fn
Parts used in this video:
e-bike conversion kit: https://west-coast-electric-cycles.myshopify.com/collections/electric-conversion-kits/products/1500w-ebike-conversion-kit
Thanks to West Coast Electric Cycles for recommending the specific donor bike, it works awesome!
Cycle Analyst: https://amzn.to/2NO2C0M
Motor kit: https://amzn.to/2CQX9oV
The gear I use for my videos:
Camera – Nikon D5300: http://amzn.to/2DcuVlM
Lens – Tamron 18mm – 270mm: http://amzn.to/2qLZlsG
Thermal camera for iPhone/Android: http://amzn.to/2FikWvW
Other parts that I use occassionally:
1000 W electric bicycle kit: https://goo.gl/GFsH5N
48V lithium-ion battery with rack: https://goo.gl/hyXzLT
48V 14.5 Ah Hailong (shark) battery: https://goo.gl/jg429Z
36V 11 Ah bottle battery: https://goo.gl/Snja5H
All ebike batteries: https://goo.gl/FLC3cK
All 18650 cells: https://goo.gl/hYWnwU
Bafang BBS01 kit: https://goo.gl/6wi43g
Bafang BBS02 kit: https://goo.gl/GWLRxo
Bafang BBSHD kit: https://goo.gl/LgtBry
100W Flexible solar panel: https://goo.gl/dQPhQX
18650 cells: https://goo.gl/hYWnwU
18650 positive insulating washer: https://goo.gl/HBVOuc
Nickel strip: http://goo.gl/VIrNQq
Spot welder: https://goo.gl/KN3Uaw
Silicone wire: http://goo.gl/xmpbKD
Black 18650 cell spacers: http://goo.gl/hQxWF6
Vruzend cell spacers: https://goo.gl/5ReLqA
Large heat shrink tubing: http://goo.gl/6v1ow9
Small heat shrink tubing: https://goo.gl/OU3Z6u
Foam sheet for protecting battery: http://goo.gl/5e71tE
Kapton tape: https://goo.gl/D6BT57
350W hubmotor: https://goo.gl/K1mYvR
36V/48V controllers I used: https://goo.gl/nJBnJP
Cycle Analyst: http://amzn.to/2CIKIIe
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Here is Episode 3 of The Build Series. All this footage was undertaken in Kununurra, Western Australia. We had the Manta Exhaust sent to Ord Mechanical Services to be fitted (OMS). We also had Coupletec Rustproofing & Enerdrive send us their products as well which were all fitted at our camp site at Lake Argyle Resort.
3″ with High Flow Muffler
Heavy Duty Kit
DC2DC Charger (30amp), 1000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter, 40amp AC Charger
Outro Music: Different Heaven: OMG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tua4SVV-GSE
Other music used:
Frank Rawel: Up_and_Down
Sang Froid OST
Age of Mythology OST
Tchaikovsky – Waltz of the Flowers
Doug Maxwell – Baroque Coffee House
Dan Bodan – Bike Sharing to Paradise
TheFatRat – Fly Away (Instrumental)
ABOUT THIS GAME
In From the Depths you can build and take first-person command of battleships, planes, submarines, space ships, hot air balloons and more! The game is currently in alpha and contains a wide range of single player content including:
A creative mode allowing you to push your designs to the limit and ensure the total annihilation of your opponents.
A campaign waged over hundreds of islands against eight unique factions.
A Story Mode where you can (eventually!) play 15 missions as each of the eight factions – a fantastic mixture of strategy, design and wild battles! Defend your fleet against waves of enemy forces in a series of extremely tough challenges that unlock new components.
An expansive multiplayer and co-op element is planned for the coming months!
Design and build your fleet, fortresses and structures however you want. The alpha currently has over 400 unique components blocks, not including 29 different components for making missiles, torpedoes, depth charges and bombs.
The sky’s the limit, you can equip your vehicle with – cannons, lasers, mines, bombs, missiles, torpedoes, propellers, rudders, jet engines, wings, hydrofoils, hot air balloons, anchors, fire control computers, blueprint spawners, repair bots, air pumps, automated control blocks and many, many more!
Realistic physics – every block destroyed or added affects the vehicle’s functionality, physics and control. Drag, inertia tensors, buoyancy and sealed compartments are all updated based on the design of your vehicle and the damage sustained.
Be part of a fantastic community: (http://www.fromthedepthsgame.com/forum), with new releases made on average once a week. Community organised challenges and blueprint sharing make it an extremely friendly place to hang out!
The customisable components in From the Depths allow a unique level of engineering customisation:
– Design custom missiles, bombs, depth charges and torpedoes by combining various warheads types, fuse types, IR seekers, laser beam riders, laser designators, thrusters, navigation algorithms, fuel pods, sonar seekers, buoyancy compartments and propellers, to deliver a truly bespoke weapon.
– Design custom cannons by combining four different barrel types and lengths with autoloaders, warhead types, ammo boxes and auxiliary components to create everything from AA cannons to howitzers.
– Design custom AI by combing an AI mainframe with ‘AI cards’ slotted into motherboard blocks. Add radar detection, laser detection and tracking and local weapon controllers to give partial or full control to AI. Create anything from a fully AI controlled aircraft carrier to a battery powered drone.
– Design custom engines using crank shafts, cylinders, carburetors, super chargers, exhausts and fuel injectors. Electric engines, generators and chargers are also available for backup power supplies and drones.
– Similar systems exist for the creation of anti-vehicle and anti-missile lasers, as well as drills that can cut even the largest of battleships in half.
I had nothing to do with the development of this game. All rights to From the Depths belong to Brilliant Skies Limited. Please do not upload this video elsewhere without my permission.
At least I tried SOMETHING which is better than nothing! When the LiPo Battery exploded in my charging bag, it burned the wires and also fried the charger! (See this example video courtesy of Rajucam Aerial Services) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnNId0mDnBo Therefore, I decided to make a safer and easier charging setup, which I call my LiPo Charging Station. Always be aware of how and where you charge your LiPo batteries and let this be a reminder that LiPo accidents can happen at any time to anybody. The above video link shows exploding batteries in different containers. Pay attention to the 6s test, as it is dramatic and what happened to me. I have no faith in charging bags anymore and am glad I had the charger atop a ceramic tile. Smoke was definitely a problem though. When it happened I was immediately on top of it with a fire extinguisher and got it out immediately. Note about my new charging station, I have small holes in the tool box lid to relieve pressure and am also planning to add a fire extinguisher inside that goes off if a fire. Be safe.
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YOUR “1ST” FPV BUILD – The fastest way to get started on your 1st FPV racer build. Justin Davis from Drone Camps shows you how simple and cheap can be. With parts listing and links. Helping one new pilot at a time in the hobby.
BUILD LIST and LINKS below :
YOUR FIRST FPV RACER DIY PARTS LIST :
Step 1. – Pick a frame. 200 class is the standard size in racing.
Recommended frames. Low cost and crash parts available.
NOW to choose an “AIO” or “All in One” flight controller.
We recommend the HGLRC F3 Vers 4 because it has a built
in voltage regulator, OSD, Betaflight, Buzzer, and PBD. And it’s under $60. Also very easy to solder up as shown in the video.
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In today’s video we build a fully functional Lithium Ion Battery Charger that has the built in feature of an audio buzzer that sounds when charging is complete. We go over the complete schematic and the mechanical build from start to finish. Hope you enjoyed it. All comments are appreciated. Thanks for watching.
THE SCHEMATIC IN THE VIDEO IS SLIGHTLY WRONG. THE CORRECT SCHEMATIC IS LINKED BELOW !! SORRY !
Here is the Parts list: (This list is also in the schematic download below!
2 TP4056 Charging Modules
1 Active Buzzer
1 100mm x 60mm x 25mm Project Box
2 Li-Ion Battery Holders
2 3mm Red LEDs
2 3mm Blue LEDs
2 IRF9540 P Channel MOSFETs
2 10KOhm Resistors 1/4W or higher
2 On/Off Swithes, I used 1 DPDT for both
Here is a link to the schematic:
Here is my last video !!