The two open connections from the transformer(down of the picture) goes to the terminals of CFL, or direct tube light(without any choke) or to CFL lamp<40W. LED are very energy efficient, but we cannot use it in home lighting, as replacement in loadshading etc. Can u details of the transformer, such as thickness of wire and how many turns in primary and seconday. Plz, can you explain the working of this especially about gate pulse generation and charging mode?
If you desire to take a good deal from this post then you have to apply such strategies to your won weblog. Yes, 1 watt white leds produces great illuminance, with excellent battery back up, RS 5 each here in Assam. This circuit is very simple but calls for great calculations and patience during the construction of the transformer. What’s great about bridal emergency kits like these is that they can be taken to the reception venue and placed in the bathroom – just in case any of your guests have a small emergency! As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture or a trackback a€“ We Love Seeing Your Creativity!
This would be heaven sent since the bridal party and I will be traveling to multiple locations throughout the day and we won't have access to everything we need in a compact fashion. I'm the bride in just 4 weeks and would love to have this handy for my 8 bridesmaids and me! I would love to win this so I'm prepared (with style!) when the inevitable 'something' goes wrong. I would 're-gift' this kit to my awesome wedding coordinator, because she is the best and has gone above and beyond the call of duty (or what our initial agreement was). I would love to win this a€?Bridal Emergency Kita€™ so I can give it to my best friend for her wedding!
I would love to win this bridal emergency kit because I will probably not even think to put some of these things into a kit for myself! I am marrying my best friend and sweetheart of over 3 years this October 26th:) I have been planning so much, but like you said something always will go wrong. I'm already freaking out about my wedding - having this all ready to go would take one thing off my to do list!
A good reason why I'd absolutely LOVE this kit is because I'm all over the place as is, I am stuck planning the wedding by myself pretty much in three more months (on a VERY tight budget). Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. July 14, 2015 by Tiffany Davis Leave a Comment A DIY Emergency Car Kit should be something you keep in your car at all times. An emergency car kit that covers the basic needs of you, your family and your car will give you peace of mind when you’re on the road. I have broken down what you need for, your emergency car kit, into sections by the type of items.
Sports Drinks – if you’re in a hot climate it may be a good idea to add drinks that will help you with energy and hydration. Change of clothes for each person (remember to change these out with the seasons) and don’t forget underwear, socks and shoes. Emergency Glass Breaker & Seat Belt Cutter – God forbid you crash into water, you may not be able to get your window down or broken.
Flares – if you slide off the road in the middle of the night, you may not be easily seen!
Warning Triangle – again it is about being seen and alerting to a possible emergency situation.
Cell Phone charger – consider a solar powered charger a in case your car is out of juice. Please know that any advice or information I share on this blog is purely informational and should be implemented at your own discretion.
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Flooding, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires and earthquakes can strike at any time and often with little warning. The time to prepare for a disaster is not before or just after it hits – the best time to prepare is now.
Food: For an emergency survival kit, you should have at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food items for each member of your household, including pets.
Water: For survival situations, each person in your household will need one gallon of water per day for at least three days. Communication: Keeping in touch with family members, friends and emergency notification news is crucial. Even if you don’t have the money to go out and buy all the items for your emergency kit, you can just start building up your kit with the items you have in your house.
Those of you who plan to take the first steps toward preparing for emergencies may feel a bit overwhelmed at where to begin.
Food storage calculators are a great tool to incorporate in your preparedness planning, and can help you understand how much food your family will need for a given emergency. Caloric intake is an important factor in survival. In any disaster situation, you want to avoid malnutrition. Consider buying multifunctional food items. Items that can serve more than one purpose will help your finances, as well as save precious space in the food storage pantry. Bring on the protein! Protein is an essential ingredient in our daily diets and cannot be omitted out of a survival diet. Convenience helps in stressful situations. Many moms know that boxed dinners can be a lifesaver when you are in a time crunch.

Find comfort in the little things. Have some comfort food items that provide enjoyment to the family.
Rotate and resupply when needed. Any items bought for the food storage closet should be used, rotated and resupplied. Keeping the above considerations in mind when purchasing your food supply will provide your family with a well rounded food pantry stocked with an array of foods that will assist in promoting a healthy diet. Flexing the roof down was my first choice for entrance, with the potential of sunshade characteristics like my bicycle camper, but the width and length made it too flimsy. The door hinge was made by cutting the coroplast on one side of the outer layer, going against the flutes. The lock hasp, inside latch and fastening bolts and nylon lock nuts are the only metal hardware on the shelter. With the remaining scraps a simple water jug stand was installed, also creating a space underneath for a trash can. No special event can go off without even the littlest hitch, so prepare yourself the best you can by building your very own Bridal Emergency Kit!
Winner to be announced next Friday the 10th – here in the comments section and on FB!!! Because looking in it I know with as forgetful as I am 90% of those items I wouldn't even think about needing them until the day of. I would love to win this 'Bridal Emergency Kit' because it would keep me stress-free on my wedding day and I'd be prepared for anything that could possibly happen.
If I had all this stuff handy, it would give me a peace of mind knowing this kit could fix any problem that could arise.
Since the emergency kit has everything, I won't have to utter those words or embarrass myself - at least for one day.
I can be pretty klutzy at times and having this kit would keep my nerves down a bit more knowing I have the back up EMERGENCY KIT, which is soooo cute and amazing!
I am a sucker for good planning, and what a great idea to be fully prepared on the big day. She and her fiancee are planning the wedding without any help from me since I live too far away from her to be much good.
Everyday we share new and unique wedding inspiration that is carefully curated for the DIY bride. Here are our guidelines: 1-2 images in their original format may be used with a direct link provided that full and clear credit is given to Something Turquoise along with the credited photographer and with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. An affiliate link means that we may receive a commission on sales of some of the products that are linked in our posts; it costs you nothing and we are rewarded for the introduction. Being prepared for a variety of issues on the road will help to keep you and your family safe. For cooler weather add gloves, knit hats and for warmer weather sun hats and sunglasses would be good.
In 2012, nearly 125 million people worldwide were victims of natural disasters, and in the United States, weather-related disasters caused about $157 million in damages. Making your own emergency survival kit and having a plan in place could save your life when disaster strikes. Canned foods, pre-packaged and dry foods like rice and beans are the easiest to store and pack. Though your pets might not need a full gallon of water per day, you should also factor their hydration needs into your water storage. It’s very likely that your cell phone and Internet will be down during a natural disaster. Have an emergency plan in place that includes what to do, where to go and how to get in touch with one another in case you get separated. The food storage calculations can also be printed out and used as an inventory list to keep you on track in terms of what preparedness supplies you have and will need. Items such as oats, pasta, rice, wheat and beans are some great low-cost foods will serve a variety of uses.
Having some pre-packaged dinners and meals-to-grab during emergency scenarios will help you begin acclimating yourself to cooking in a grid down scenario as well as can help provide some comfort at the same time.
Items such as popcorn, sweet cereals, hard candy, juice boxes, pickles, applesauce, pudding, cookies could be a great way to provide a bit of normalcy to the emergency situation you may face.
I am not a medical professional and the information contained on this blog should not be used to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease or health illness. It’s flexible, light-weight, strong, has some insulation properties and is water proof. I managed to stuff in as many essentials that a person might need to get by comfortably except for shower, toilet and laundry facilities. I spray painted a camo scheme on half the shelter to see how it looked and how long it would last compared to bare Coroplast. The inner three connectors in the right goes to charging transformer’s secondary(output) of 12-0-12 volts section. Below is a list of the necessities but make sure to add your own items to this preventative case!
Two – take a small piece of cardstock, cut a few slits in it and make your own sewing kit. You will receive everything you see in the picture above – including the darling suitcase!!!
It would be such a blessing for me and I'm sure it will save me since where I'm getting married is an hour and thirty five minutes from anything. He is currently stationed in Penasacola, FL while I'm in southern California finishing up my masters degree at USC.
I would love to have this emergency kit because it would bring piece of mind that not only myself but my bridal party and guests would have access to this if they needed it. I know for the day of there are definitely things in the kit that will be used, hopefully not all of them ;) LOL!

And all the product looks lovely, I just would like something to go right my way for the wedding haha.
They're not using a wedding planner in order to save costs and since my mother was such a marvelous help to me I'd love to be able to surprise my daughter by arriving at her dressing location totally prepared for any small emergency.
You can easily store dry rice and beans in mason jars, empty milk jugs and empty 2-liter soda bottles. Buy gallons of drinking water, bottled water, water purifying tablets or water bottles with a built-in filter to ensure that you’ll have more than enough water to survive until aid arrives.
Keep a waterproof list of important phone numbers handy if you don’t have them memorized.
Store your supplies and food in reliable, heavy-duty storage containers that are still easy to pack, stack and carry at a moment’s notice. While you certainly hope you never have to use it, you’ll be glad to have it if the occasion ever arises.
Many websites, including this one encourage families to start buying small amounts of food related preparedness items each time they go shopping. Stock up on foods that provide you with essential nutrients to maintain body functions, proteins and carbohydrates, fats for energy, as well as foods that are not high in salt (the more salty your food is, the more water you will drink).
Meats such as tuna, ham, chicken and spam are great additions to the food pantry and are multifunctional. Personally speaking, my family has the “just add water” pancake mixes, corn breads and drink mixes that are a great convenience.
A review of the different types of bars can be read here or you can practice your survival skills and make your own with this recipe. Do an inventory check every 6 months to make sure that canned goods, preserves and other storage items are within their expiration dates. Please consult with a qualified health care professional before acting on any information presented here. Though at 40Watt, the circuit uses about 3.5Amps of current, a very low ampere rated switch can be installed here. You might want to add a pair of contacts, an extra copy of your vows, or maybe even a spare set of wedding rings! We have so many things to take with us on our next trip before the wedding, and I haven't even started to think about emergency kits for my 6 bridesmaids and I!
Planning a wedding while we are apart has been so challenging, and we are paying for everything alone. With this much crammed into the next year, I'm sure to forget some of those last minute necessities while planning my wedding and it would be a lifesaver to already have this kit on hand!
I'm so happy ^^ you've definitely helped ease my wedding preparations by providing such a thoroughly prepped kit ^^ I can't wait to share the news with my love and recieve these goodies! So it would make my life a LOT easier to actually have something so wonderful go my way haha. Sure, it could be a zombie apocalypse but more likely, severe traffic jams, car trouble, getting lost.
Keep your cell phone fully charged and have batteries and a radio on hand so you can keep up with news. For instance, if you live in the Midwest, your tornado emergency plan could involve grabbing the emergency kits and pets and meeting in the basement.
The switch will be between the base and emitter terminals of the transistor(the two points in the left except the screw points). The best way to determine what you personally need to add to this list is to think about what would constitute an emergency for you… and how you could prevent it! Make sure to include the colors of your dress, guys attire, your bridesmaids and your mother and mother-in-laws attire – with threads of those colors you’ll be ready for any wardrobe malfunction!!! This would cross that off my list and is just how I imagined putting something together for my big day. I have actully looked for ways to make an emergency bridal kit and fell in LOVE with this one! One less thing to worry about and the relief of knowing that, whatever mini-emergencies do arise, I'm already prepared!
Peanut butter, nuts, tuna, soup, crackers, protein bars and trail mix are easy to pack and offer important nutrients. If you live in an area prone to flooding or hurricanes, you’ll likely have to take shelter outside of your home. It would be prudent to have a 2-week supply of water on hand, as well as a water filtration device to rely on for extended disasters. I am constantly knocking into things and I can already see myself chipping a nail, tearing my dress, staining it (eeeeeek!). I could definitely use it, because knowing my luck, something will need to be pinned, touched up, fixed, blotted, sewn, or snacked on to ease my nerves on my Big Day!I would love to have help on crossing one more thing off my wedding "to-do" list. Whatever your plan may be, train all family members on the plan and practice a few times so everyone knows what to do during a disaster. It would be so wonderful to be able to calm my nerves and have piece of mind on a day that will be filled with blessings and some anxiousness! Also, be aware of your town or city’s emergency evacuation plan and factor that into your family plan. Vaseline – a great use for vaseline is rubbing it on your foot where a high heel might be rubbing your skin the wrong way – it completely reduces the friction! Extra pair of panty hose and extra nude thong – that’s right one of your girls might forget hers! Super glue and Fake eyelash glue… just in case a heel breaks or an eyelash pulls away!

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