QUE Project: CRAP!
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Hello! It’s been a long time – 5 months ago – since I updated this QUE Project yonkoma! ๐Ÿ˜€ This strip has been sitting in my folder since forever. OK, you electricians and technicians, engineers of some sort, or just a student, perhaps know what this strip is all about. PCB is not breadboard / protoboard! No jumpers are allowed to ‘jump over’ components. Don’t ever think to make “jumper’s forest” (my junior used 1metre cables / jumpers to make seven segment works with arduino microcontrollers. I couln’t see which connected to which). Why, because of the safety and the second is explained with this strip. Use available and free programs such as EAGLE to create / generate the best wiring if you’re lazy enough to do it manually.

QUE Project and all of the characters are belong to vnyx (me — I decided to get rid the caps. My name’s now written in small letters)

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QUE Project: BLACKOUT03[?]
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This happens every time at lab. Before begin the experiment, check first whether the tools you will use in good condition or not. If not, ask your tutor for (new one). There are many times that (in lamps) if you apply high voltage and causes break down, the wolfram will also break (of course it doesn’t apply to fluorescent lamp). There are many parameters and factors which causes the lamp won’t lit, for example is the wolfram (for incandescent lamps), the cable (circuit has to be closed), or the duty cycle. And for newbies and professionals, the most important thing playing with electricity is SAFETY FIRST! Use MCB (micro circuit breaker) or FUSE before applying to high voltage anytime, and don’t forget the safety shoes. If you’re not sure using high voltage in your first experiment, try changing the lamp with LED and use battery as the energy source ๐Ÿ˜€ .

QUE Project and all of the characters are belong to VnyX (me)

QUE Project: BLACKOUT
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everytime (lies). In Indonesia and some countries, the voltage standard is 220 V and you have to bring adapter or transformator to charge your electronic devices. Same goes with us if we are going overseas. Today’s morale: Safety First! Check your electronic devices’ compatibility and ask (older people) for further action if it doesn’t meet.

QUE Project and all of the characters are belong to VnyX (me)