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Re: Drozd Blackbird "Sergey's board - 2" (9-24V, 400-2000 RPM, Full auto, 4-12 m

Only way I can see ice "burning" is if it's hydrogen and oxygen were separated. Electrolysis is the only way that can be done, am I wrong?

I'm surprised that there is not a shitload of steam in that video.



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Quote: camracer at 23:30:59 Wed Nov 7 2012

It IS cool!! Wanna see yours when you get it done!

As for the ice .......????? :rolleyes:

Hey, that flaming ice cube is one of the coolest things I have ever seen. I never would have believed that if I hadn't seen that. I wanna build an induction heater really bad, now. I might have to go to the ultimate authority on electronic gizmos, and ask Sergey how hard that would be. I'm thinking that it would be fairly simple to do, using line frequency, but how well that works compared to an RF generator is a mystery. I'm thinking that that burning ice cubes will require a higher frequency than 60hz.



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It IS cool!! Wanna see yours when you get it done!

As for the ice .......????? :rolleyes:



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Really, I thought you guys would be all over blue displays by now. Perhaps I have underestimated the overall community sense of "cool".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLwaPP9cxT4
THIS is cool. That is an ice cube going red hot, and catching on fire! Is that nuts or what?

I want to build my own induction heater really bad, now.
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Yeah, it is DUBB!!

I'd do a White over the blue although, as I could make it ANY color I want it to be.....

But very cool to see the blue!

......"Firsties"!!!

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What else is there to say, is that cool, or what? OOoooohhh. BLUE.....



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This would be a good place to mention that I just had to have a blue display, so I went on the hunt, found a source for compatable parts, got them, and sent them to Sergey to commission my new board, since they have very cool white led displays, too: this is a link to the ones that will work:
http://www.lc-led.com/View/itemNumber/353

The only thing is, it's direct, and they would only sell me a minimum of 10 "samples", but that was not an issue. I mostly point that out, since he has 9 more, now, for limited editions with blue led displays. If anyone thinks that's as cool as I do, and wants one, now would be the time.

And I'm hoping one of you will want a white one enough to do the same, then I'll get one of those, too.

They have red, green, yellow, blue, and white. Any common cathode here will work:
http://www.lc-led.com/Catalog/department/36/category/51/12
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Quote: Sergey_new_pcb at 05:21:14 Mon Nov 5 2012

No, those parts are 100% compatible with the old ones.

That's good to know, since I got those right from the source, and they have even those white ones, and I never even knew there was such a thing, much less where to get ahold of them. Those blue ones aren't that easy to come by, either. And we like things that are simple. I was afraid that their pinout would be backwards, or something that would make it complicated. You know how those things can be, so much frustration from the smallest of details overlooked..........

Ever seen what women who drive cars with the fuel necks on the passenger side of their cars willl tend to do at the gas pump? And they keep doing it no matter how long they own the car, for some mysterious reason, even though that hose is never going to do that without a good fight, nor will the cap be on the other side of their cars.



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No, those parts are 100% compatible with the old ones.

  
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Were those any difficult to use in place of your traditional red displays?



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Jees! DUBB said it all!

...all I have to say in a "summed-up" way is .......Ditto! :lol:

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I LOVE IT!
Quote: Sergey_new_pcb at 11:06:18 Sat Nov 3 2012





Dubb, many thanks for the blue displays.


That looks absolutely awsome, can't wait to get it! Time to go dig the red plexiglass out of my reciever........... as you know, red plexiglass will filter out a BLUE display......



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Dubb, many thanks for the blue displays.

  
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Quote: Sergey_new_pcb at 04:38:55 Wed Oct 31 2012

DUBB, you're right but if I was adding back-lit buttons, I'd make the button tops of some transparent material like plexiglas and I'd glue three SMD LEDs (1206 sized) on the top of each button. I'd connect these LEDs in series adding a 10-20 kOhm resistor in series with them to limit the current (its value depends on batteries voltage and desired LEDs brightness). Then I'd connect this long circuit in parallel with the big capacitor so it's always lit up when the power is on.

Be careful soldering SMD LEDs -- they are very sensitive to overheating.

I think that soldering smd components freehand might be beyond the skills of a lot of us. I know I avoid doing it like the plauge, and I glue the damn things in place before I try, and even then, it's 50-50 if I can actually pull it off or not. Doesn't the 5v regulator put out current as long as the board is powered up?

And I would like to point out, that although I don't know more than I have taught myself about electronics, I don't look at your boards as just neat upgrades for my Drozd, but I have admired mine in great detail, as a work of art, and consider you to be an artist at what you do. This is how I know what is what, I got a lot of insight into how brilliant you really are, just by studying your work. I consider your boards to be a masterpiece of engineering, and things of beauty. Like the way that great art experts study the works of the great masters. I am a fan of your art, and consider practical, working things to be an art form of their own. As a mechanic, I have worked on the greatest mechanical masterpieces of that venue, they are called Ferrari's. I don't know if anyone else would get it, but this happened to come to mind, as one of those cases where when those who have the eye and expertise to recogni

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DUBB, you're right but if I was adding back-lit buttons, I'd make the button tops of some transparent material like plexiglas and I'd glue three SMD LEDs (1206 sized) on the top of each button. I'd connect these LEDs in series adding a 10-20 kOhm resistor in series with them to limit the current (its value depends on batteries voltage and desired LEDs brightness). Then I'd connect this long circuit in parallel with the big capacitor so it's always lit up when the power is on.

Be careful soldering SMD LEDs -- they are very sensitive to overheating.

  
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Also, this may help you, pending Sergey's confirmation, but if I am correct, this is the 5v regulator, a 7805, in which case, the pin on the right, as shown here, is the 5v +, the center pin, or the protruding metal tab are ground. This should serve fine as a power supply tap for some 5v led's, or possibly 3, 1.5v led's wired in series, whichever you choose.



Did I get that right, Sergey?

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Quote: Relentless at 04:48:44 Sat Oct 27 2012

I still can't seem to locate the correct LED's. I found a couple, but not sure. I have about 1 to 3mm to work with. Is there a round or circular led that will fit in the tube?

--Relentless


Yeah, there most certainly is. I haven't done a search, but it shouldn't take you long.

---Cam

Once again, here you go: http://www.digikey.com/product-search/en/optoelectronics/leds-discrete/524729?k=led



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Quote: Relentless at 04:48:44 Sat Oct 27 2012

I still can't seem to locate the correct LED's. I found a couple, but not sure. I have about 1 to 3mm to work with. Is there a round or circular led that will fit in the tube?

--Relentless


Yeah, there most certainly is. I haven't done a search, but it shouldn't take you long.

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You can always rely on Digikey, they have everything.
http://www.digikey.com/product-search/en/optoelectronics/leds-discrete/524729?k=led

Use the filters, one of the categories is size, as well as shape, color, ect, ect, ect, ect......... if they dont have exactly what you need, it doesnt exist.

I don't know why they have seperate categories for color and wavelength, since they are the same thing. The visable spectrum ranges between 400nm (below that is UV) to 700nm (above is "near" infrared). 450nm is blue, 550nm is green, 650nm is red. Note that green, at 550nm, is right in the middle of the visable spectrum. Therefore green is the color we see the best, and see the most shades of. This is why early crt's, and night vision use green.
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I still can't seem to locate the correct LED's. I found a couple, but not sure. I have about 1 to 3mm to work with. Is there a round or circular led that will fit in the tube?

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Cool idea! Color identities a useful quick references for info.

  
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Quote: camracer at 13:47:47 Sat Oct 20 2012

Very Nice again Relentless!

First off, that is a really cool idea to make light-up control buttons!! Do it!!! You'll for sure be the first. Very easy to do!

Sergey will tell you where it would be best to hook up the LED's. That is probably how I would do it also (as you suggested), connecting to the circuit that powers the display. There are LED's available that will fit right inside those tubes. There are some that are as tiny as the head of a pin actually! (Google search for "micro LED":wink:

I like the idea of the white display for the fact that you could definitely make it ANY color you want! If you are good with electronics and a soldering iron and careful, you could do it. Only warning I would give is the obvious (or at least it should be) : remove the batteries and discharge the capacitor before you work on your board.

---Cam

Simply turning the switch off discharges the capacitor into that big resistor on the right, rear corner of the board. The switch is an spdt, meaning it connects one to either of the others, and is set up so that the circuit connects to either the power supply, or to ground, by way of that resistor. So switching off discharges the capacitor. As it happens, without this, the capacitor will keep the board powered on even when it is switched off, until the capacitor discharges, and it usually has enough juice to get off a shot or two before it does. Thus, this is an important safety feature.



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Very Nice again Relentless!

First off, that is a really cool idea to make light-up control buttons!! Do it!!! You'll for sure be the first. Very easy to do!

Sergey will tell you where it would be best to hook up the LED's. That is probably how I would do it also (as you suggested), connecting to the circuit that powers the display. There are LED's available that will fit right inside those tubes. There are some that are as tiny as the head of a pin actually! (Google search for "micro LED")

I like the idea of the white display for the fact that you could definitely make it ANY color you want! If you are good with electronics and a soldering iron and careful, you could do it. Only warning I would give is the obvious (or at least it should be) : remove the batteries and discharge the capacitor before you work on your board.

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Any thoughts on a white display? I think it would go really well with the clear window. Plus I can add colored polymer sheets if I wanted to change the color. How hard is this to do? I can order the display, but installing it is a different story. I don't want to F*** up the board Sergey sent me. Any tips, warnings, suggestions?
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Another Try! I can install plugs and round them of at the tip but, I'm not sure I want to. I was thinking about Installing led lights in the tubes.. maybe. Just a thought though.. Not sure what I'm going to do. All I know is I want it to look original and hard to replicate! I'm going to see if Sergey will guide me on how to connect these LED's to his board. I'm assuming I should connect them to the Digital Display, but want to make sure! I would like to hear any Ideas you might have no matter how extreme they might sound.









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Thanks for the tip cam. It worked!
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BTW, you need to upload the code for "IMG for bulletin boards & forums" on Photobucket. Then you will have your photo directly posted. You will not see the photo before you post, just a line of code. ...But it'll be here in all it's glory!

We'll help you do it, 'cause we just gotta see it!!

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Yeah! As "DnC" said!!

That's a VERY professional looking install!! .....You a "model builder"?? Looks like you should be! (as I learned my detail skills).

Now we need to add some sort of "button" to the tip of those tubes you used... I would use some custom fit plastic pieces that would fit into those hollow aluminum "buttons" some how.... :tongue: ....You'll get it perfect from the looks of your display window install!!

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Another very clean install on the window! Kudos. Glad to see people are "gitten'er done"

  
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Re: Drozd Blackbird "Sergey's board - 2" (9-24V, 400-2000 RPM, Full auto, 4-12 m

Hello camracer, thanks for the Welcome

Hope these show up.

Thanks for the Kudos! The install took some thought and time, mainly not to mess up and have it be ugly or order new parts (if you can).. The buttons are hollow Aluminum tube stock cut to length and bent correctly on the inside to hit the buttons. I am debating on filling them and painting them black, but I am starting to like the metallic look. It's growing on me.

I will take some extreme close ups so the details will be visible.

  
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camracer
13:46:24 Fri
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Re: Drozd Blackbird "Sergey's board - 2" (9-24V, 400-2000 RPM, Full auto, 4-12 m

Hello Relentless, and welcome!

Your photos did not post. Most of us use Photobucket to upload photos here. It's free. Give it a try.

Very nice install of your display window in the photos Sergey posted for you!

What did you do for your control buttons? That looks unusual...

Look forward to seeing your other photos.

---Cam



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2010 DROZD TACTICAL ASSAULT RIFLE: 2010 regular Drozd, 23" JimC tactical rifle barrel, JimC AR stock, Leapers 3-9x32 "Bug Buster" scope, Walther tactical laser/light combo, Fab Defense T-Pod tactical foregrip, Sergey's 2000rpm custom full-auto circuit board, Prototype AR style 9500 round dual drum magazine
 
 
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Relentless
02:39:22 Fri
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Re: Drozd Blackbird "Sergey's board - 2" (9-24V, 400-2000 RPM, Full auto, 4-12 m

I'm glad you posted my pics! To date I am still tuning everything, but there is a undeniable difference between the stock board and Sergey's board. Although I can't seem to feed this new board with enough food (Power) I love it. I am completely satisfied from beginning to end with Sergey's service. He knows what he is talking about and gets back to you with an answer as soon as he can. It was agonizing to wait for the board because I had fried the stock board trying to add peak power.. Dumb!! Anyways I decided to contact Mr. Pismensky and waited impatiently for the upgrade, only to receive more than I expected. He even provided me with the parts and knowledge to fix my damaged stock board. Although I haven't fixed my stock board yet because I was preoccupied installing my long awaited upgrade, I still appreciate the help and guidance from someone whom I don't know and hopefully fix my stock board if I ever need repairs (which I doubt, unless install was wrong or you crossed wires)... I can install these for you if you would like.. Please email me with any requests. You can get my email from Sergey if he is willing to give it out.

Thank you Sergey!!..

  
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