MarkPanzer

Member Since: January 31, 2009

Country: United States

Profile

Role

Student

Spoken Languages

English

Programming Languages

EasyC (made by Intelitek)

Expertise

Awesomeness

Interests

Robotics, electronics, science, math,

  • News - Free Day is January 7th, … | about 4 years ago

    Seriously, I know you guys work on weekdays but if so many people are going to be deprived of this because of work or school, then why do it anyway?

  • News - Free Day is January 7th, … | about 4 years ago

    Alright, so I’m thinking of making some auto clicker using a 555 timer IC or I’ll hack a clock, and when it hits 11 o'clock, it activates a relay, and while my mouse is pointed over the confirm order button, it’ll click and get me my stuff while I’m at this pointless middle school. I WILL need some extra info, like how many pages will we have to go through to completely confirm the order? When we click “order”, does it bring you to another page and make you click again? I really need to know or else I’ll be missing out on something really great. Thanks!

  • Product COM-08662 | about 4 years ago

    Nice LEDs. You can see the beam with the naked eye though; I thought you couldn’t see ultraviolet. Maybe it’s just an indicator whether it is working or not.

  • Product COM-00529 | about 4 years ago

    Great LEDs, I used them for my science project. I was trying to figure out which part of the visible light spectrum was best for growing plants, and these did the trick. I found that the blue worked the best. My only complaint, though, is that they are clear, and don’t come with any description out of the box, which means you cannot immediatley identify what color they are out of the package. You have to light them up, and then organize them. No biggie though. Great LEDs and very bright when running off 3.6 volts. Also very energy efficient, I had 8 of these running off of two AA for a grand total of over 200 hours, and did not drain the battery very much.
    I believe that these are 10,000 mcd, I have all of the other colors of the bright LEDs and they looked about the same brightness.

  • Product COM-08285 | about 4 years ago

    Great LEDs, I used them for my science project. I was trying to figure out which part of the visible light spectrum was best for growing plants, and these did the trick. I found that the blue worked the best. My only complaint, though, is that they are clear, and don’t come with any description out of the box, which means you cannot immediatley identify what color they are out of the package. You have to light them up, and then organize them. No biggie though. Great LEDs and very bright when running off 3.6 volts. Also very energy efficient, I had 8 of these running off of two AA for a grand total of over 200 hours, and did not drain the battery very much.

  • Product COM-00530 | about 4 years ago

    Great LEDs, I used them for my science project. I was trying to figure out which part of the visible light spectrum was best for growing plants, and these did the trick. I found that the blue worked the best. My only complaint, though, is that they are clear, and don’t come with any description out of the box, which means you cannot immediatley identify what color they are out of the package. You have to light them up, and then organize them. No biggie though. Great LEDs and very bright when running off 3.6 volts. Also very energy efficient, I had 8 of these running off of two AA for a grand total of over 200 hours, and did not drain the battery very much.

  • Product COM-00528 | about 4 years ago

    Great LEDs, I used them for my science project. I was trying to figure out which part of the visible light spectrum was best for growing plants, and these did the trick. I found that the blue worked the best. My only complaint, though, is that they are clear, and don’t come with any description out of the box, which means you cannot immediatley identify what color they are out of the package. You have to light them up, and then organize them. No biggie though. Great LEDs and very bright when running off 3.6 volts. Also very energy efficient, I had 8 of these running off of two AA for a grand total of over 200 hours, and did not drain the battery very much.

  • Product COM-00531 | about 4 years ago

    Great LEDs, I used them for my science project. I was trying to figure out which part of the visible light spectrum was best for growing plants, and these did the trick. I found that the blue worked the best. My only complaint, though, is that they are clear, and don’t come with any description out of the box, which means you cannot immediatley identify what color they are out of the package. You have to light them up, and then organize them. No biggie though. Great LEDs and very bright when running off 3.6 volts. Also very energy efficient, I had 8 of these running off of two AA for a grand total of over 200 hours, and did not drain the battery very much.

  • News - Free Day is January 7th, … | about 4 years ago

    Wow, do you really have to do it on a weekday? I’m 13 and I’d gladly stay home from school to do this, but seriously, my parents won’t let me. I was really looking forward to that Arduino and those stepper motors.

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