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== Attention ==
 
Guys,
 
I have multiple Saturdays booked :(. Is it possible to move club off Saturday to some other day, like Friday night? Though Friday is not final yet, I need to ask Alex the guitar guy if he is guitaring on Friday. We've got new WIFI adapters, it will be fun to play with them I got 12 adapters. Please text me @ 916-718-8451
 
 
 
 
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| Saturday
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| 10 am - 1 pm ?????
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| 10 am - 1 pm
| See announcement above!
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Latest revision as of 17:18, 12 March 2017

Schedule

Boards are looking good
Week Day Time Comments / Agenda
Saturday 10 am - 1 pm SMPS && WiFi boards

Complete disrespect to mechanized equipment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tznGwbPwrpw&t=1m20s

Ideas for SMPS

You've done this one How about this one
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This is switch mode high efficiency regulator you've tried to build last saturday. Congratulations by the way, most of you have successfully built it.

This is STEP UP or BOOST converter. If your dad is a truck driver and wants to charge laptop right off cigaret lighter outlet, then this circuit is the best. For example if you want to charge laptop in the car then the usual way is to convert 12 volts DC into 110 Volts AC, like in outlet, and then laptop's power adapter will drop it down to 19 or 16 volts. So instead of converting it to 110 and losing about 40% of energy and then converting it back to 16 volts and losing yet another 30%, why not to just raise it from 12 to 16 (or 19) right away?

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