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2006\08\13@231757 by Russell McMahon

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For those who say I spend too much time on line, here's a link to
prove them right.
In defence, it was on the "other things you may like" page I accessed
after buying a set of 4 LED pattern displaying wheel trims on my local
auction site. [[For those who wonder why - they are "self powered"
with an alternator comprising a ring magnet and multiple coils .
Propeller clocks and more serious devices beckon]].

       http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=66320106&

The questions are worth more than the ad itself.

Warning: page contains one line or irrelevant key words with sexual
content and a small amount of bad language from questioners who can't
quite believe this guy is for real. Otherwise it's almost suitable for
young children and may amuse some such greatly.



       RM

The internal alternator powered wheel trims.
At about $US3 per item they seem to be value for money :-)

       http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=65945340

Only 6 LEDs high (I', told by a friend who bought a set) so 5x7 text
not possible - but 6 high text is bearable in such applications.
Interesting.


2006\08\14@025123 by Russell McMahon

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I only read the start of the comments on that egg auction.
I printed a copy and gave it to my wife and she notes that the
readers' comments get increasingly unsuitable for children as they
proceed.

Recommended PG13 rating is hereby revoked :-(.


   Russell

2006\08\14@040347 by Alan B. Pearce

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>The internal alternator powered wheel trims.
>At about $US3 per item they seem to be value for money :-)

Shucks, shades of the little fan I bought from a local shop for £1.99, with
a handful of single colour LEDS on one blade. Must have some form of tiny
micro in the rotor portion as each LED gets turned on at various rates to
make rotating patterns, which vary according to time. Doesn't seem to have
any index point to check the speed, as the LEDs still get turned off and on
if you stall it.

2006\08\14@052409 by Jinx

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> I printed a copy and gave it to my wife

Oh sure, shock the missus

Nobody'd bid on the egg last time I looked. Surprise, surprise

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