Large probes? Means how big?well, tab water differ from town to town and country to country, if the probes are large enough, they will be ok, but remember what thatoneguy said about ionization, the more current the quicker things go bad unless you use stainless steel or Carbon rods or anything that will not react chemically
if you insist on this design to improve reliability, use piezo speakers, they do not consume much powerMost probably, I'm looking forward to implement similar kind of design. Anything to improve reliability will help. But the basic question remains....'will this work correctly?'
Ask for stainless steel TIG rods at the welding store. Or just go to your hardware store and buy a small spool of ~20 gauge stainless steel wire.
That too. Remember to use alligator clips, as SS isn't really friendly to soldering with copper, and they need replacement once in a while anyway.Ask for stainless steel TIG rods at the welding store. Or just go to your hardware store and buy a small spool of ~20 gauge stainless steel wire.
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