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Robert Wood

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I am interrested in trying to obtain some plans for a feeder timer. I have looked high and low for them but can't seem to get my hands on any. Does anyone have any in their toy chest I may use? Email me if you do.

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I am interrested in trying to obtain some plans for a feeder timer. I have looked high and low for them but can't seem to get my hands on any. Does anyone have any in their toy chest I may use? Email me if you do.

Thanking you in Advance
Bob
 

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There are pland for a penco feeder on the "Homemade Stuff" Forum.   As far as an electronic timer you can buy one cheaper than you can build one.   There is a $24 timer with two events that Brian G talks about.

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There are pland for a penco feeder on the "Homemade Stuff" Forum.   As far as an electronic timer you can buy one cheaper than you can build one.   There is a $24 timer with two events that Brian G talks about.

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I posted this for a guy who already had a timer that gave a 1.5 volt alarm.

This will give you a variable feed time for each alarm.  It can be triggered low to high or high to low.  The transistor for the alarm is a 2N3904.  BTW,  I have about 6 of these in West Texas that have been running since 1996.  The expensive part is coming up with a timer alarm.  I think he was using an alarm clock from radio shack.  I was using the alarm clock form Spin-cast.  Both are around $25.

http://briang.netfirms.com/page19.html
 

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I posted this for a guy who already had a timer that gave a 1.5 volt alarm.

This will give you a variable feed time for each alarm.  It can be triggered low to high or high to low.  The transistor for the alarm is a 2N3904.  BTW,  I have about 6 of these in West Texas that have been running since 1996.  The expensive part is coming up with a timer alarm.  I think he was using an alarm clock from radio shack.  I was using the alarm clock form Spin-cast.  Both are around $25.

http://briang.netfirms.com/page19.html
 

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Welcome to the boards Robert Wood!

I really don't like to do this but i suppose it has to be done. I'm gonna move it to Homemade Stuff as there's been some discussion about this over there already.




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#Moderation Mode

Welcome to the boards Robert Wood!

I really don't like to do this but i suppose it has to be done. I'm gonna move it to Homemade Stuff as there's been some discussion about this over there already.




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