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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by chrmjenkins, Apr 28, 2009.
Wow. That is amazing
That LED bulb might be a cherry candy and that Imf might be a coconut cookie and those resistors might be marshmallows.
And it's mounted to a heat sink.
<why am I hungry?>
Looks to me like multiple lifesavers as opposed to marshmallows. And maybe a Nilla Wafer at the imf?
That's actually a 1μF capacitor. For those who don't know, this is a classic LED blinking circuit.
ah. i don't know internals
I bet you get shortness of breath if you eat too much of those..
Is the middle thing (LM555CN) a switch to turn it off/on?
And also, how can you tell if its a blinking circuit as opposed to a *stay on* circuit?
It's a common 555 timer. The resistor capacitor combination determines the duration of the blinking.
And Melrose, I would definitely be open to the idea of it causing that. I don't have any resistance when it comes to sweets.
With all the weight you'll put on at least it'll keep you grounded. All that sugar's got to make you pretty wired..
I'm pun tuckered-out.
Inductance would lead one to believe so, eh? Still, it's shocking you'd see it fit to probe my current consumption of sweets.
I see the potential of the pun police charging in...
Subtle. Even when he retreats, he attacks..
i've always wanted to eat a LED blinking circuit!!!