Plasma , LED Vs. Fireplace?

Simple answer. Yes, it can be done. Issues you may run into. Power and AV wires going to the TV. Since this is over a fireplace, you may not be able to hide the wires inside the wall and may need to go with a wire chase to make it look ok. Support for the TV may be a challenge. Without knowing what makes up the wall over the fire place (Brick, Stone, drywall, etc...) it's hard to say if the wall itself will support the TV and if you can drill into it for the bracket anchors. If it's a fake stone or fake brick, this may also provide a challenge since you can not safely put a bracket on a fake surface like that. If it's a studded wall, then no problem, the bracket can anchor into the studs. As for heat, this is normally not a problem. While that wall may get a little warm, it should not be hot enough to melt the TV. If it is, then there is something wrong with the fireplace. My advice, if you have not done this before, get some help installing it from someone who has done it before. Professional help is always a plus when mounting an expensive TV. They can also take a look at the wall and give you a better idea of what parts you will need to purchase to make this happen.

1. what to do when pencil led get in your skin?

Pencils do not actually contain lead, it's graphite. You have nothing to worry about

2. What voltage can this led withstand?

you have to use a LIMIT RESISTOR ... THE limit resistor is the value that will drop 9 volts across it and have the current needed for the led the led will need between 20 mA and 40 mA

3. Are fish attracted to multiple color led lights ?

I do not know if i am right, but I was looking in books and read that fishes love anything shiney and bright. Again, I do not know if i am right

4. My knee got punctured by led.?

it should unless you use real lead instead of the fake it comes with

5. Do you like your LED

I think they are pretty, but they are sooo darn bright! They give me a headach

6. Two 19in monitors or one 27inch led?

Dual screen gaming setups are usually used so that you can have your game running full-screen in one monitor, and keep an eye on your social media and instant messaging programs on the other. If this is the kind of thing you want to do, then go for it. The problem with gaming on the PC at the minute is that people always seem to assume that a bigger screen means better gameplay. Let me assure you that this is not so. Your typical 19" monitor is likely to be full-HD - with a resolution of 1920x1080 and a PPI floating around the 100 mark. However, your average 24-27" gaming screen is likely as not to be of an identical resolution, with a visible degradation of quality, because as everyone knows HD is all the rage, and why would you ever need a higher resolution than that? So if you want to go for one big monitor, be sure before you choose that you are not going to buy something that's actually of far worse quality than a smaller one... after all personally I would be disappointed with a 27" monitor that did not have a resolution of 2560x1600 - keeping the 100PPI sharp image instead of a terribly scaled 1920x1080 image. Personally, if I was setting up a new desktop with unlimited finds, I would not buy a monitor larger than 24" anyway. The extra size just is not worth giving yourself a sore neck trying to see all of the screen at once.

7. Would motion detector technology work with LED street-lighting?

lite have to be constant on/led is coming

8. led chaser fill color effect

You need two counter for this, one to keep track of how far the LED bar is filled, and one about the current 'running' LED to eventually 'touch' the LEDs which are already moved to the right.Every led (currentLed) will run from index 0 until the last filled index, while the last filled index is decreased with 1 after every loop.(note: I have not checked the code)

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