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    Oh yeah, the 4.9 win 10 version works in 4.11

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      [MENTION=32309]dabulina[/MENTION]
      Can you provide the link for that?

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        [MENTION=403612]sidhants[/MENTION] On the first page: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Y...RzVG13dDg/view

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          Originally posted by sidhants View Post
          [MENTION=32309]dabulina[/MENTION]
          Can you provide the link for that?
          https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Y...RzVG13dDg/view

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            Yes, this is the one witch works very well for me )

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              Is it possible, that plugin will be available for mac os?

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                Originally posted by dabulina View Post
                Windows 10 version works on 4.11 engine. Juhuuuuuuu SOLVED
                I have tried all versions of a plug-in. Not one doesn't work at 4.11

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                  Originally posted by serman33 View Post
                  I have tried all versions of a plug-in. Not one doesn't work at 4.11
                  on win 10 this version https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Y...RzVG13dDg/view works on 4.11 for me.
                  Create new document, c++ project, lunch it. Then close it. Next to project create folder Plugins, copy plugin in to this folder. Lunch project and editor will compile new plugin.

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                    Has anyone tried controlling a 120V AC Fan with an Arduino before? If you would would you be willing to share your circuit and sketch?

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                      Originally posted by John Michael View Post
                      Has anyone tried controlling a 120V AC Fan with an Arduino before? If you would would you be willing to share your circuit and sketch?
                      Can you specify the fan? i can make a sketch for the circuit for you.

                      Or just look for Relay Shields but take care with the inrush current, i almost burned my arduino last year because of it.

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                        [MENTION=41593]Gabriel Lima[/MENTION]

                        I suppose just your run of the mill box fan. Say this one: http://www.target.com/p/holmes-box-f...b/-/A-15024768 . I'm not all that familiar with PWM, but from what I understand it is what you need to use to control something like this.

                        - John

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                          Do you wanna turn it on and off or control the speed?

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                            [MENTION=77505]John Michael[/MENTION]

                            You gave me a really good idea, you dont really need pwm if it is just turn on and off, you can use this, and change the light to whatever you want since the current required does not exceed the maximum relay current(10Amps on the instructable)

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                              [MENTION=41593]Gabriel Lima[/MENTION]

                              I'd like to be able to control the RPMs as a function of the maximum speed of my ATV simulator.

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                                That's my idea but instead of a ATV it's a plane simulator(to feel the propeller blowing at your face) i'm going to school now, when i get back i'll make a sketch of the circuit and share with you

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