mmmkkkk: @meiralfasi can i direcly connect battery to servo without using servo
jhuckable: her's my email. firstname.lastname@example.org thank you
1125RBuellrider: Awesome! One thing tho, the sun does not go back and forth, it goes one
direction. Once the sun goes down, it will stay pointed at the last place
the sun was. When it comes up in the morning, the light will be coming up
from the other direction, so the servo may not move backwards until noon...
DETHMETALTRASH: AJA BIEN Y PARA QUE ME SIRVE ESO A VER SI LO TRADUCES
hannes mayer: Very great Idea!! What are the specifications of the photo resistors? I´ll
try this too
Max jAN: great video and great thanks
mmmkkkk: can i direcly connect battery to servo without using servo adjuster??
TheXXSCOPEDXx: Can you do this without a servo drive?
arul narayanan: Good :)
torcente: bravo, respect you, I shall cheer for you
Yves-Samuel Bédard: @meiralfasi yeah after a little moment I finally finished to discover the
name on it. But thank you :)
madisre: can i use fps 3003 in place of fps 148? is it okay?
justgivemethetruth: OK .. so how does it reset overnight back to the east?
michael970: Great video I may have to give it a shot.nice project for me and the
kids.Thanks for sharing your info.TAKE CARE
KAOS: Wow, I really like your project...brilliant. I will try it out.
TheEPROM9: Power that using a solar engine or solar rechargeable battery's and let it
live on the windowsill, nice little toy that will happily follow the sun
for years. All mine were built using BEAM robotics. Its a lot simpler than
the BEAM designs I've seen and with good sensor positioning a lot better at
tracking, although the swaying motion of BEAM designs does make it
interesting to look at. It's always nice to see such devises created, and
they can be quite useful.
tascrafts: That's ingenious!
JRBeaman: Cool project. Great tracking that is easy to make, and low cost.
Flyin777: Could this same circuit be used on a large solar panel using a more heavy
Gustavo Araiza: happens when the sun goes down the photocells will seek the sun in the
tsbrownie: That is great. Suggestions on how to scale it up to 240watt panels?
Outboundz: now i understand why chemtrails are sprayed it freaking struck me like
mmmkkkk: i already solder the three wires same as you.. but i didnt use servo
adjuster, just direct from battery to servo.. but its seems not working..
servo adjuster just for test/adjust the servo rotation right??
mrsamjam1999: Can you explain beter the electronic board because the wirering is
confusing looks like you remove one wire when u soldering please , good
garabini NJM: Hi meirafasi, or anybody that can respond my question if may i use the
eletric antenna rotatorcould i reach the same results or soif yes i will
apreciat if sombody give me some information about that , thank you every
Bubblytubebob: How do I make that servo connect to a big enough motor that can turn a 2000
lb solar array ?
lahim55: Hi, can you please write the type of photo-resistor? THX
Archie Archie: Awesome video. Thank You for sharing
iwill920ya .: awsome idea thks
Meir Alfasi: @bluefusion99 You have to solder the new three wires to the three pins of
the servo potentiometer , its basically connected in parallel .
avatordanb: Very clever and so simple. Great idea. I suppose one could use the servo
arm to activate micro switches to control motors for a larger device, such
as solar panels or a parabolic heater.
321RCHeli: @midodiali RC nicad batteries like the one shown only use 2 wires. Even
though they plug onto 3 pins, only 2 of them are for power and the
remaining pin is for the servo position "signal", which is not used in a
battery connection. In other words, the third connection on the battery
plug is not actually connected to the battery.
Meir Alfasi: Thank you . It is important to center the dial on the servo tester.
AZRIL ANUAR: can i replace the servo motor with DC gear motor.???
TheCodingProductions: awesome thank you!
Thomas H: Nice and simple, I like it.
bluefusion99: I have a Parallax Continuos Rotation servo, I have opened it up and located
the potentiometer. The only problem is that the Positive, Negative and
Ground wires for the servo are already soldered to the 3 pins of the
potentiometer. Where should I solder the new 3 wires???
parkstc: I made a Mini Solar Tracker according to your idea. Thank you for your kind
mrdrumsauce: very cool, nice work, thanks for posting this
Meir Alfasi: @Yvessam Yes it is SPORE I'm glad that you have recognised it..
rantsila: @1125RBuellrider You are right, but you can make a switch that will return
it back to the same place where it started. It will switch off the servo
and turn it on when back.
shartne: How big of servos can be bought ? I am think can I make it power a solar
panel thats 5 or 10 pounds?
tdennison22: Do you have to use the servo adjuster? Or can you just connect the battery
directly to the servo?
steamlilly: I need to make a /light sensitive switch for my dark room (cuz I don't want
to use separate AC adapters for each locker) And all i find is solar
tracker! Anybody can help? :)
Antipico: Nice project but neets servo mod.. I have a similar project on my channel.
It uses single 555 timer (0.2$) to control the servo, still not a
microcontroller. With that the servo can be controlled with any 0-5V
voltage source. i.e. it can be used to make a self balancing robot and so
tomli123001: This is amazing and I hope I have thought of that when I was doing my uni
solar thesis project.....
Ram Gueta: אתה נשמע ישראלי!
onblur: Good work. I was planning on doing something more elaborate, but it seems
kinda silly now. Your solution is really impressive, and way more simple
and straight forward. Thanks for the helpful video!
Alexander1560: nice video, here you can an advanced solar tracker :