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  1. hi microzone!  ;D

    yes, you've already mentioned those details in your first post.. the experts here i think need to know more what conveyor belt is suitable for you.. Ante asked you if is needs to run only in one direction, which you didn't answer.. they need to know more.. like..

    how fast should it be?
    does it need to have a Pause/Stop button ?
    how many glasses do you intend to put in it at a time?
    ... etc

    details like those would help picture out what is the most suitable conveyor belt you should build.. as ante have said
    A conveyor transfer system can be built in different ways.

  2. Hi Fatal!

    i also use breadboard for designing circuits.. it's easier when you can test the cricuit first and if you see somehting wrong you can easily correct it because it is not yet soldered..

    Just a tip: if you're working on a quite complicated schematic and there is not enough space on your breadboard that is why you have to place the wires and everything close with each other, it would be wise to list the coordinates of  the wires you are placing.. i do this so that when i accidentally remove i wire, i can easily know where it should be.. of course you need a lot of patience and time to do this.. but it really pays off especially on those sleepless nights when you are designing a circuit and aat the same time cramming for a fnal exam for your first period in the morning.. Also, when you can ask other people's opinion about your design, you won't have to explain to them everything because they can easily trace it themselves ..  ;D

  3. Hi smuralisankar!

    try downlaoding the datsheet here..

    or choose from the links here:


  4. hi Munky!
    In telecommunication, a vox (short for 'voice operated switch') is a switch that operates when sound over a certain threshold is detected. It is usually used to turn on a transmitter or recorder when someone speaks. It is used instead of a push-to-talk button on transmitters or to save storage space on recording devices. The circuitry usually includes a delay that leaves the circuit activated when the sound stops. This keeps the circuit from turning off during short pauses in speech.

    am i right, Ante?

  5. hi akolo!

    when i haven't purchased a printer yet, i have experienced the same problem.. i usually carry my files in a diskette and it really annoys me when they suddenly can't be opened when i am about to print it in a computer shop.. to ensure that my file doesn't get lost i make sure that i save it to the internet.. i do this by attaching the file to a message which i send to my secondary email.. that way, i can easily access my files to any internet shop where i have them printed..  ;)

    just an idea..  ;D

  6. thanks windowze killa and audioguru..  ;D just one more question though, if rechargables are better than alkaline then why are most people using alkaline cells, anyway? well, this is my observation in our country, i don't know in some countries.. is it just because they are not aware of it or there's something more behind it..

  7. kazeem, i found a topic that is also about UPS (http://www.electronics-lab.com/forum/index.php?topic=6210.msg38802;topicseen#msg38802) i suggest you contact the author of this topic since both of you are working on the same project.. if he have already started building, maybe he can give you some pointers..  :D just a suggestion..  ;D

    windowze killa: would it be better to use power transformers?

  8. hi helio! did you gain access to the site.. i've been there and it's under construction since march 19! the post before yours was posted last year on november..

    i found somehting interesting though.. On their links section, electronics-lab.com was the first on the list of top internet-site award..  ;D

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