[Bloominglabs-announce] Parts for the Wonderlab squishy circuits kits
mistasteve at gmail.com
Fri May 24 11:49:49 EDT 2013
I'm sure we have all those things around the space, so it might be a good
idea to do a test run to make sure everything works fine together and then
place an order.
Do you know roughly what kind of resistance the playdough will have? It'll
be dependent of the length and cross section, too. Too much resistance and
the current drops too much (V = IR) so that would be a potential problem.
But I think the best way to find out is to play with it and see...
On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 11:44 AM, Jenett Tillotson <jtillots at cogbots.com>wrote:
> So, I've been trying to source parts for the squishy circuits events at
> Wonderlab. I would like to mimic what's in these kits:
> They need 10 of these, so $250 is a bit much and I'm trying to make them
> However, the specifics of the kit are not available.
> So, I'm trying to figure out what's going on. They are using a 4AA battery
> pack for a total of 6 volts. I also like battery packs where the leads snap
> on with a 9V connector. The squishy circuit stuff all says that you can
> also use a 9volt battery instead.
> As for the other components, they are a bunch of 10mm LEDs, a motor, and a
> buzzer. I expect all these parts are 3V parts. Does that seem right? Will
> the playdough be of such high resistance that the voltage is affected? How
> does that work?
> I'm hoping to come up with something soon for Wonderlab to buy. If anyone
> has advice, please send it along.
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