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Work in progress on my new WX
#11
Wonderful skill and quality in assemblies. Everything lines up perfectly!
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#12
Very nice setup! I'm jealous, that have welding equipment and now how to do it.

Another question - do you have your tipping bucket heated?

Regards,
engolling
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#13
(24-09-2018, 00:42)41south Wrote: Excellent craftsmanship to which I can only aspire!

I assume that the dome in the top of the right hand pagoda houses the UV sensor? What material did you use for it that allows UV to penetrate well?

Hi,
is cover from outdoor moove sensor. Have little bit atteunation,but output signal from sensor is still to high...
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#14
(24-09-2018, 12:32)engolling Wrote: Very nice setup! I'm jealous, that have welding equipment and now how to do it.

Another question - do you have your tipping bucket heated?

Regards,
engolling

Not jet now, but will be... I use some resistors under cover or self adhesive heated foil, we will see...
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(25-09-2018, 13:07)ok2arm Wrote:
(24-09-2018, 12:32)engolling Wrote: Very nice setup! I'm jealous, that have welding equipment and now how to do it.

Another question - do you have your tipping bucket heated?

Regards,
engolling

Not jet now, but will be... I use some resistors under cover or self adhesive heated foil, we will see...

If you are interested - my solution:
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2x 33 Ohm Resistor in parallel, means 9W heating power @ 12V.
The thermistor for heater control is glued onto the funnel of the bucket.
The heater is controlled by a W1209 heating controller which is available from china very cheap. The system works fine since fall 2016/2017  Smile .

Regards,
engolling
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