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  • TheMartin
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    This just seems faster. Instead of spending time reading a display all you have to do is touch an item. Light on, bad, light off, good.

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  • Sid03
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    Hmmm.....why didnt you just use a multimeter?
    not flaming, just curious.

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  • kickn
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    There isn't anything to it - just completes a circuit.

    Just grab a battery - resistor - LED - break the circuit with some pins of some sort - then wire the second pin back to the battery. We put a little switch to turn it off when needed but its not really.

    The scary thing is how conductive your hands are when you cross the pins - watch out for grounding those big PSU's
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  • mcaswell
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    Excellent idea! I LOVE the simplicity of it.

    Any chance of a photo of it's gizzards?

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  • kickn
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    The amazing Ano-Tester!

    Okay...no so amazing but definately one of the handiest bits of kit I've thrown together in a few minutes.

    All thats needed is a LED, battery and some metal prongs (in this case a couple aluminium rivets). Its a great way to check if you've anodised something especially when like us we do a lot of clear.

    Anyways - just thought I would share
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