The Eliza Instructions finally…..

Here are the instructions for making a one wavelength Eliza.

Download instructions for a 1-wavelength Eliza

Download the things you will need for your DIY Eliza.

Making an Eliza isn’t difficult, but it is a fiddly process and takes quite a few hours.

Be brave and give it a go.

Let me know if there are things that need to be clarified.

I’d love to see photos of your Eliza.

DIY Red Light Hat – the things you need

  • Bucket
  • Small plastic lid
  • Small piece of rigid plastic
  • DC 12v power plug connector/adaptor (female) for LED strips
  • LED strip connector
  • Red LED strip – 5 metre roll
  • Foil “fabric”
  • Aluminum multiseal tape
  • Small cable ties
  • Piece of sponge, 20cm x 20cm x ~1.cm depth. In inches, 8” x 8” x ½-¾ inch
  • 12 volt power plug, 1.5-2 amps.

Click here for more information about the things you need.

Tools

  • Sharp pointed knife
  • Sharp scissors
  • Small screwdrivers
  • Wire cutters can be useful

To come:

Instructions for making a one wavelength Eliza, a bucket red light hat are underway. They will be published as a document rather than as blog posts.

 

 

 

 

DIY Light Hat #1 – a bucket

The ideal bucket:

  1. Plastic – not too thin as these can split when you cut them.


  2. Internal diameter at the top around 260mm (~10.5 inches). Definitely no less than 240mm (~9.5 inches) and no more than 300mm (~12inches).
    Bucket diameter


  3. Straight sides. Well, straight-ish sidesBucket straight sides

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