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The DeZapper discharges the static charge you get from walking on carpet. This prevents the static charge of your computer from zapping when you connect a USB Flash drive. Connect one of the ground terminals to the metal in the back of the computer. The LED indicates how strong the static charge was.


If there is anything

you need,

anything at all,

All you have to do is

Do It Yourself


If you are not already a Maker (and you want to be one) see my tutorial on Making Things at www.jmargolin.com/making/jm_making.htm



JM


http://www.jmargolin.com/making/jm_making.htm


May 13,2019
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    • Omer Faruk Ucar from TURKEY
      Founder of the project ‘Lezzetli Robot Tarifleri’ In the frame of this project he produces Turkish contents about electronics/software and serves it to people for free. He produced many jammer devices mostly drone dropper weapons while working in electronic defense industry. He gave lessons to teachers about software and electronics in a program which supported by the government. And now he is working as a hardware engineer on SCADA systems syber security.
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    • Catia Diaz from MEXICO
      Catia Diaz director of YouTube channel catykanal that was created to insentiate the taste for electronics with tutorials explained in a simple and fun way. Teacher with more than 3 years of experience in promoting the learning of electronics to children and young people.
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    • Jiri Praus from CZECH REPUBLIC, THE
      If you got a low score from me, I don't think you fit for I can solder content. Sorry for that, at least I tried to rate your design. I am an artist. I design electronics and brass wire sculptures. www.jiripraus.cz
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    • Oyvind Dahl from NORWAY
      NOTE: If you have a project that I don't think is for beginners (or I don't understand what it is/lacks documentation) - you'll automatically get a low score from me even though your project is really cool. Sorry! ABOUT: Author of Electronics For Kids. Creator of Ohmify.com and the electronics blog build-electronic-circuits.com.
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    • J_RPM from SPAIN
      My name is José Ramón Pueyo, I live in Spain. For more than 40 years he has worked in the radio communication sector, mainly with RF equipment and developing control and monitoring systems.Five years ago I opened a channel on YouTube (J_RPM) in order to share some developments and divulge technical information.
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