Automatic Fan – a Savior in Hot Weather

Automatic Fan – a Savior in Hot Weather

Some of us already experienced hot days this year. Days when it is hard to breathe outside and you would be more than happy to stay at home all day long. There is one big advantage that home has – a fan. It will save you from “dying” of heat, but getting up to push the “on” button may be a trial too. Check out fan that will do it for you.

This regular old fan gets computerized power from a bluetooth-controlled battery called the LightBlue Bean.

This regular old fan gets computerized power from a bluetooth-controlled battery called the <a href="https://punchthrough.com/bean/" target="_blank">LightBlue Bean</a>.

You’ll also need three yellow buttons, a power switch tail, a battery holder with two AA batteries, and some wire.

First she drilled holes for the yellow buttons in the foot of the fan. Then she soldered wire to the buttons and installed them.

First she drilled holes for the yellow buttons in the foot of the fan. Then she soldered wire to the buttons and installed them.

The other ends of the wires are soldered to the LightBlue Bean.

Then she attached the battery holder to the bottom of the fan and soldered the wires to the Bean.

Then she attached the battery holder to the bottom of the fan and soldered the wires to the Bean.

Finally the power switch was attached and the code was uploaded to the Bean.

Finally the power switch was attached and the code was uploaded to the Bean.

Now let’s see how the finished product works…

Now let's see how the finished product works...