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    Newby7
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    Thanks Martin that was an idea I had also.
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    Hi Rick,
    I have had a look at that article but unable to gain much information as it says 'club members only.

    May i suggest that you try and contact Mancave to see if he could help.

    Martin555.
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    Hi Martin the idea came from Wicksteed Park MBC hints and tips from the man cave.Smoke generator. A member posted his building of the generator with items needed with pictures.
    I liked the concept and ordered the parts need.I have started to build the unit and wanted to figure out plus and minus of the fan and mister before hand for the wiring to power.The ultrasonic mister has arrived but there is no indication of plus or minus on the unit to help me with wiring it up.
    Hope this helps a bit Martin.
    Rick
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    Martin555
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    Hi Rick,
    Do you have any more information and some photos ?

    Martin555.
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    The project will hopefully be a smoking unit when finished.The problem I'm having is figuring out the + and - of the misting unit and fan.I have worked out how to wire them up for power but neither unit is marked for +or- is there a way to find out or will it matter when wiring to power.
    Any help please.
    Rick
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    Newby7
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    Thanks Rowen will look there.
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    Sorry Hobbyking not HOBBYWING. Damn spellcheck!
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    RHBaker
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    Rick - suggest trawl through the HOBBYWING site. They list scads of batteries and should help narrow down your choice
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    I've looked at sites for 11.1 v batteries and am confused on what type and maker to use.
    The application will be to power a 12v. 25mm fan and a 24v ultrasonic mist generator (threw a 12v to 24v converter).
    The battery needs to be powerful yet small enough to fit into the space (2"Wx4"L) needed but I don't want to put out big bucks on the battery.
    Any help appreciated.
    Rick
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    Thank you all for the info.Knowing I can work with 2-6 v or 1-11.1 v makes life a lot easier.
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