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sorry but the shirt will not fit on the TX10 as you know biggrin.gif

I believe in you, Scott. You can make it happen biggrin.gif
post #10082 of 22267
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Making it height adjustable really isn't that hard to accomplish, it just doesn't have enough practicality, or "coolness factor" to justify the space for foot long actuators at each corner.

I'm already tight for space . . . wish they made the width more like 9" to 10", than the 7.6" it is.


I have the 10 channel remote control and the custom PCBs to interface and control everything almost ready, . . just waiting on a Digikey order to populate the PCBs.


The light panel is actually going to be an infinite mirror setup. . . . Only with super bright high density LED strips . . the one in the pic is just a mock-up made with some led strip from Home Depot to see how it would look.


Darlene

Where did you get the remote? 12volts?
post #10083 of 22267
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post



Making it height adjustable really isn't that hard to accomplish, it just doesn't have enough practicality, or "coolness factor" to justify the space for foot long actuators at each corner.

I'm already tight for space . . . wish they made the width more like 9" to 10", than the 7.6" it is.


I have the 10 channel remote control and the custom PCBs to interface and control everything almost ready, . . just waiting on a Digikey order to populate the PCBs.


The light panel is actually going to be an infinite mirror setup. . . . Only with super bright high density LED strips . . the one in the pic is just a mock-up made with some led strip from Home Depot to see how it would look.


Darlene

Where did you get the remote? 12volts?


I used the 10 channel one on this page, and added the terminal blocks for easy connecting: (this kit doesn't come with them)
http://www.electronics123.com/s.nl?sc=1&category=&search=rolling%20code


If you just want to remote On/Off, then a simpler one would be much better, one of these where you can use a jumper to lock the relay in momentary mode so it's active only while you press the remote's button assigned to it, or lock it in toggle mode like if you wanted to remotely turn on or off lighting.

http://www.electronickits.com/remote_control/rf2.htm

http://www.electronickits.com/remote_control/rf4.htm


All are 12V.

I got one of these in one of my Jameco orders to keep it powered at all times, but you could use any regulated 12V wall adapter:

https://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10001&productId=1940571&CID=DCAT&catalogId=10001&langId=-1&ddkey=https:CookieLogon

Remote turn on/off (or reset) is the easiest thing to do, and requires no additional parts. . . . . just parallel the N.O. relay contacts with the power switch wires and set the relay to momentary . . . touch of the button turns it on, hold the button 4 seconds to force a turn off. . . the remote's button works just like the front panel power button.

To perform other functions . . . . you need to create some interface circuitry.


Darlene
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Thank you, thats a big help! The remote is useful for the pc and the car too...12 v.
Now, I will see if these companies can ship internationally, the only drawback of retiring in a foriegn country
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post #10085 of 22267
okay, it maybe the lack of alcohol but how do I add things in my wishlist at the caselabs-store?
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okay, it maybe the lack of alcohol but how do I add things in my wishlist at the caselabs-store?


I couldn't get it to work, even before the Fireball shots, so maybe it isn't working yet, or I have far fewer functioning brain cells than are on the payroll . . . . drunken.gif


D.
post #10087 of 22267
It's easy, all you do is, you go to an item, then you..... well, what you do is..... then..... uh..... wth.gif

Seems as though the Lab Chimps have hidden the "add to wishlist" button. I've emailed Kevin, maybe he can get it fixed here and then take the bananas from the Chimps as punishment.
post #10088 of 22267
I don't know, Kevin seems like the guy that would take said bananas and come back the next day with banana bread to motivate them even more.

That or to build some sort of banana powered death ray / doomsday device.
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Just got my Caselabs SM5 up and running. Lovely case. Reused my old 120.2PA Thermochills with 25mm spacing so it was a royal pain to mount (basically mounted each radiator with 4 screws from 1 120mm mount since 2nd set didnt line up) but finally got it done. Ordered some sleeved cables but they didnt come yet, but still looks pretty good. All fans are Gentle Typhoons.

Case is very very nice. Im really glad I got the SM5 over the S5 , I don't think I could handle a super small case again, and even my SM5 looks pretty full after thick radiators.



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