In this post we learn how to scavenge discarded microwave oven parts for making a useful soldering iron heat controller circuit which can then be used for maintaining controlled heat over a connected soldering iron tip ensuring safe soldering operations, that may be quite crucial and handy if you are working with SMD parts. By […]
AC Heater Control
This category brings you a compilation of many heater circuits controlled through mains AC power. The AC input could be from your home mains outlet at 220V or at 120V depending on the particular country specification, or in an industrial complex from 3 phase 440V lines.
The designs presented below show how to control temperature of a given gadget or appliance using the explained circuit ideas either automatically or through manual switching.
The post explains how to make small homemade induction heater circuit for laboratories and shops for carrying out small scale heating jobs such as melting ornaments, or boiling small quantity of liquids using electricity or battery The idea was requested by Mr. Suni and Mr. naeem Circuit Objectives and Requirements Our challenge is to make […]
The article explains a step by step tutorial regarding designing your own homemade basic induction heater circuit, which can be also used as an induction cooktop. Basic Induction Heater Concept You might have come across many DIY induction heater circuits online but nobody seem to have addressed the crucial secret behind implementing a perfect and […]
The idea of acquiring free energy from induction cookwares using an external bifilar coil was suggested by one of the keen enthusiasts and a regular visitor of this blog. Let’s learn more regarding the details of this interesting free energy device, as explained by the author himself. WARNING: THIS CONCEPT ATTEMPTS TO VIOLATE THE “LAW […]
In this article we are going to construct a couple of simple Arduino based automatic temperature regulator circuits which will turn on the fan or any other gadgets connected to it, when the ambient temperature reaches a pre-determined threshold level. We are going to utilize DHT11 sensor and arduino for this project. By: Arduino Guru […]
A programmable sequential timer along with a triac dimmer is configured for making this kiln temperature controller circuit, further details are explained in the following article. The idea was requested by Mr. Joe. 220V Kiln Controller with Timer I’m hoping you have some time to have a crack at a design I’m after. I’ve been […]