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gruby_karol 2020-03-09 21:30:40
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Q: How do you control this pump?

Asked by daidipyanikam20 on 2020-08-16 09:11:03

gruby_karol You just apply 3 to 6V to its wires to make it work. If you turn off the voltage, the pomp stops.

2020-08-17 03:41:39 Helpful (0)
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Q: Hello, where can I get holders for the load cell ? THANKS

Asked by reinhardweidacher on 2019-09-09 09:37:19

gruby_karol Try to search the thingverse service for that. There are at least a few projects there. Here is an example: www.thingiverse.com thing:2934791 (use slash instead of space before “thin”). The app forbids using links in comments.

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gruby_karol 2020-06-03 11:08:41
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Q: What bottle neck diameters are supported?

Asked by gruby_karol on 2020-05-08 04:30:37

Cream5 You can refer to the bucket in the description.

2020-05-09 02:36:21 Helpful (0)
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Flash http://myosuploads3.banggood.com/products/20200421/20200421012451TIM20200421142303.jpg As shown in the figure, the default is shown by the red line, and the function is to use the built-in antenna. So you need to move the resistor in the red position to the blue position to use the external antenna.

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gruby_karol 2020-04-14 06:02:16
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gruby_karol 2020-04-04 10:47:30
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Mrmee The positive pole of the DC power supply is the same with the signal output voltage. For example, if the signal is 24V to 3.3V, then VCC = 3.3V input.

2020-03-08 09:26:10 Helpful (0)
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gruby_karol It is neither normally closed nor normally open. The valve changes state only when the power is applied. Then it opens or closes and stays in that position without power consumption.

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