Thanks on your strategies! I learn all of the feedback on my movies, so hold commenting your concepts and I would make it for my subsequent video. On this episode I made DIY heated handlebar grips. Thanks Lukasz! The heater is made by inserting kanthal wire into skinny layers of soppy polymer clay. I then 3D printed a protecting casing for the electronics, and a nylon grip to maintain every thing in place.
I used to be impressed by the efficiency. In only a minute the temperature rose from 22 levels to 40 levels. It is a excellent venture for somebody that use their bike throughout the chilly months! And even for bikes.
The Li-ion batteries are three 2600mAh linked in collection, to make a 12V (3S) battery. The battery is linked to a BMS (battery administration system), for security. The BMS is then linked to a temperature controller, that primarily based on the temperature measured from its probe, will activate/off the relay.
3S BMS: https://goo.gl/TrEMb1
Vibrant clay: https://goo.gl/adfKgt
Kanthal wire (1.50×0.20): https://goo.gl/7wUqac
Bullet connectors: https://goo.gl/xyQTc3
Temperature controller: https://goo.gl/rXcls4
3D printer: https://goo.gl/SCkRMK
I hope you loved this venture, be at liberty to click on the thumbs up. Have a pleasant day, bye.
Music: Rival Cadmium – Each day (feat. Jon Becker)
Used digicam: Sony Alpha a55
Video Enhancing Program: LightWorks
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