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  1. I can see the homepage without any issue. I suggest you to clean your PC using anti-malware software and try again. Please report back.
  2. mixos

    Forum upgrade

    Right now we have around 1-2 spam posts per 10 minutes. What do you propose to fight them? I plan to use the default theme because i like it. Now i have to customize it a bit.
  3. mixos

    Forum upgrade

    Yep, upgrade went ok. Do you like the new forum? Would you think it will be more usable? Mike
  4. This is a bridge rectifier that converts AC voltage to DC. Part number is DB103
  5. Hello, Thanks for posting it. I see on schematic that the COLLECTOR of cathode transistors are not connected anywhere. They should be tied to ground. Also i spotted that PIN18 is connected to CD4017 CLK and PIN17 is connected to RES of CD4017, BUT according to source code comments they should be reversed. Did you spot any other issue building this circuit on protoboard?
  6. That looks really nice! Quality of board is excellent. Thanks for sharing. PS: photo below is for testing upload function. There was not any error on my end. What do you experience while uploading your photo?
  7. We would be happy if you share your thoughts when you receive your PCBs. You may also post a photo of it to see the PCB quality.
  8. I take care of them each day! and also report them on spam database.
  9. Do you really login 2 weeks ago? Could you point me to this topic? Mike
  10. I am sorry for that. There has been a hacker attach last year and some accounts could' t be recovered. You are welcome to register again with your favorite username  :)
  11. The database is restored from recent backup.... and the above mentioned topic is fixed.. Thanks for notifying me.. Yours Mike
  12. This topic is fixed.. thanks for notifying me.. Mike
  13. There was a hacking attempt to our forum... part of the database was deleted... we are looking for backup availability, we are investigating this issue and will report back.
  14. I though that because you included a link to a project on our blog. Thanks for clarifying this... Topic is resolved. Please Hero999 and audioguru be more polite on other members.
  15. Dear testa Electronics-Lab.com has nothing in common with electronics-diy.com or circuit-zone.com. We are not associated in any way. So, why are you complaining to us for something that is out of our responsibility ?
  16. testa I am here to help clarify this issue. Please tell me which project do you think is copied without permission. Who is the other person that emailed me asking to remove stuff and i didn't reply to him... (you can send it to pm if you like) I would be happy to check these projects. Yours Mike
  17. Hello "testa" We often feature interesting projects found online on our blog. We always add a link to the source page and the page via which we found the project. In some cases the source website is proven not to be the original source of the project, but that isn't in our control. You should notify the page which has copied the project and didn't provided credits. What we can do on this case? I can add the original source page on the blog post. Just drop me a line. If you think i can do something more about this, just inform me. Mike
  18. Can you please formward me the email you received for activating your account? Use this form: http://www.electronics-lab.com/contact_us/
  19. The program has ended. Stay tuned for future launch of this program.
  20. 1. Yes, it's acceptable. 2. After publication you have the rights on the project.. as the project is published with your name and email 3. No there is no restriction
  21. Get Paid to Publish your Project! We are proud to announce the "Get Paid to Publish your Project" program here at Electronics-Lab.com. Every project published under project section will get an instant PayPal payment of 80$ USD. Get ready to submit your project at Electronics-Lab. To participate send your project to webmaster @ electronics-lab.com with "Get Paid to Publish your Project" in subject line and your project as attachment. Common file types (.doc, .jpg, .pdf etc) are accepted. After reviewing your project and approved for publication it will be published under project section and you receive the payment to your PayPal account. So simple! A project to be valid should be: - A high quality project. - Designed by you. - Not published elsewhere on the web. - Has clear schematics, photos, description and PCB. Every project approved will be published and will receive the payment. You will notified by email if your project is accepted. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us Check submitted projects here
  22. You can find some photos of laboratories submitted by users here: http://www.electronics-lab.com/action/gallery/index.html?level=collection&id=2
  23. I understand that. This is normal as user have permittion to delete his own thread.
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