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    http://www.serenityhealth.com/sunnydaze-33-2-tier-pineapple-solar-on-demand-fountain/

    Features of the Sunnydaze 33″ 2-Tier Pineapple Solar on Demand Fountain:
    Lowest Tier: 17” diameter x 4″ D, second tier: 10″ diameter x 2″ D; top pineapple is 5″ diameter by 4″ H. Overall the fountain is 33″ H and the base diameter is 9″. Fountain weighs 16 lbs, so it’s the perfect size for your garden, patio or landscape.
    Fountain’s durable, lightweight polyresin construction makes it easy to move anywhere in your yard.
    Fountain includes solar panel, pump with 1/4″ hose diameter, and two 16′ cables for the pump and LED light to connect to the solar panel, so you have everything you need to run the fountain.
    Fountain runs on solar power on sunny days and uses battery backup when you wish to use it.
    Included LED lighting can be placed in the lowest tier of the fountain which helps add interest and light to your outdoor space at night.
    Please note the LEDs will only activate at night and will turn on/off automatically for your convenience.
    Sunnydaze Decor backs its products with a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty for worry-free operation.



    This is a video demonstration of a model scale radio tower. It simulates what a 160 – 180 foot high microwave relay repeater and cellular base station tower would look like.

    This model was built entirely from scratch with nothing pre-assembled, including the relay circuit board electronic components. The tower was made using 1/4 inch and 1/16 inch wooden dowels and carpenter’s glue. The microwave antennas were made from items you would find in an arts and crafts store or department. All the rest of the materials you would find in your typical hardware store.

    The tower features two simulated 8 ft diameter Andrew Commscope (Red Flash decal their registered trademark) shielded, radome covered, parabolic microwave dish antennas. It has two Sinclair shortwave/CB radio antennas – one a two-element and the other a four-element. It has three cellular antenna units. The middle set of lights, designed to simulate the Hughey & Phillips L-810 dual lamp fixtures, are made from red LED’s (light emitting diodes) wired in series with a 220 ohm resistor to regulate current flowing through the LED’s. The top light is a flasher with a 10 ohm resistor in series controlled by a relay circuit board underneath the platform. It is made from a red indicator bulb meant to simulate the medium intensity Hughey & Phillips KG114 fixture.

    It has all of the other features one would see if visiting a tower site like this such as the housing for all of the electronics equipment, security light on the housing (here it is a simulated HPS – High Pressure Sodium light fixture), the electrical, coaxial, and waveguide cabling for the tower’s equipment, RF radiation warning signs, and the grounding cable for the tower structure.

    The lighting systems on this model scale tower are powered via a 12-volt DC power supply that plugs into a typical household 120-volt AC outlet. The outlet plugs into the platform via a 1/4 inch socket. The lighting is switched on via toggle switch. Ideally, I would like to have had it switched via photocell but decided against it because I wanted the lights to be turned on for demonstration purposes whether it be dark or not in the room it is sitting in.

    Overall, this took just over three months to complete and my apologies to my wife as my project basically took over the kitchen table for almost all of that time. Her patience with me is greatly appreciated.

    The names of companies I have mentioned throughout this description are registered trademarks, along with the red flash symbol on the Andrew antennas, of their respective companies and my use of them on this project are for hobby related purposes and are not meant to be construed as a violation of copyright and trademark laws. Nor is the project meant to be construed as myself advertising such products.

    Please feel free to leave comments and suggestions.


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