Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

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Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby X-Man » Thu May 31, 2012 6:49 pm

Hi,

I need this forum's kind assistance.
I want to build something for fun, where I will take a 2.4GHz RC, and by movung the stick/switch,
I want that a corresponding LED and/or MOTOR and/or Vibration Motor (like in cell phones batteries)
will be "activated".
Well I guess I can buy a RC KIT, and dissasemble it, hopefully the outputs will be with sufficient power out
for the minimal necessary power in of the LED and/or MOTOR and/or Vibration Motor.

Your kind advice and assistance will be appreciated....

Thanking you in advance.

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Re: Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby Fallenae » Thu May 31, 2012 11:19 pm

Lol, is this project SFW?
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Re: Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby Zander46 » Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:57 am

Fallenae wrote:Lol, is this project SFW?


haha, precisely what I was thinking :P
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Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby X-Man » Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:00 am

What is "SFW"?
Kindly advice and reply my original question?
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Re: Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby T3PRanch » Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:22 pm

SFW in the "Urban dictionary" usually means Safe For Work. Any RC equipment can easily do what you hint at. I would believe from your question that indications are you have never dabbled in RC Planes or anything else related such as electronics thus the suspicious reply s. What you have obliquely described could be used for fun or for danger. THAT is the issue! A detailed description of your "Fun" project might elicit more positive responses.

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Re: Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby cynr100 » Sat Jun 02, 2012 3:52 am

X-Man wrote:What is "SFW"?
Kindly advice and reply my original question?


T3PRanch wrote: What you have obliquely described could be used for fun or for danger. THAT is the issue! A detailed description of your "Fun" project might elicit more positive responses.

Thurmond


I'm going to put my head on a block here and ask pointed questions:
1/ What is your native language - this may assist us in a better understanding of your grasp of the english language
2/ Where do you live - we may be able to point you towards a local supplier

I agree with Thurmond, provide more information, obviously English is not your natural language so I suggest posting a few pictures.
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Re: Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby X-Man » Sat Jun 02, 2012 1:23 pm

Hi,

Be carefull wit hyour head on the block.... (-;
I am Israeli from ISRAEL of course speaking Hebrew, but understand English as well.
I can give my e-mail and/or phone on a private message if you are intersted to talk....

Best Regards,

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Re: Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby cynr100 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 4:17 am

Thanks X-Man, that just about confirms that you are not one of the annoying bots appearing on this site.

What you are seeking is unclear but this site may be able to assist in your native language

http://myhobby.co.il/
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Fun, (might be) Smart, and Useless

Postby X-Man » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:44 pm

Thank you cynr100, I'll check this website and will talk with them.
Them seem to perfectly understand Hebrew.... (-;
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