Label on the power strip
Holes outlined with a pencil
Holes drilled in the plank
Devices plugged in
1-1/2" PVC was salvaged from unused pipes from the Tennis Ball Launcher project. The PVC will be used to hold air from the pump to raise the water level and spun by the servo to lower the water level. The PVC needed to be large enough to raise the water and small enough to fit inside the tank.
1-1/2" PVC held against the side of the tank to test for size
The program was changed to test for different size discs and consistency.
- Perform tests outlined
- Extend wires to the air tube servo
- Buy 2 @ 1-1/2" PVC caps
- Build and install water/air tube
- Test + Debug
- Revise documentation
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