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  1. cappels.org
    05-06-2004
  2. Dave Clausen The problem: Grass dies without strong sunlight. The solution: Construct a grow light that doesn't consume a lot of power, doesn't block the natural sunlight, and produces natural-looking colors. Step 1: Solder up strings of red, ...
    02-11-2008
  3. LED Stroboscope - Maintains constant brightness at all flash rates HOME The rotary switch is available for $5.00USD as ...
    members.shaw.ca
    08-03-2005
  4. LED power supply - Single AA cell powers two LEDs at constant current HOME This circuit is reasonably efficient, but ...
    members.shaw.ca
    08-03-2005
  5. LED or bulb flickers and shimmers randomly like a candle flame or fire. HOME This may well be the world's only discreet ...
    members.shaw.ca
    08-03-2005
  6. .. this post I will try to show, why it's a good idea to use a current limiting resistor for an LED. And when it's save to drive the LED without any resistor. If you read about LEDs, you will notice that everyone ...
    06-04-2009
  7. .. optic rose and I’ll show you exactly how it’s done. Step 2 Wires, solder, and soldering gun (of course) 1 green led (I used 6000mcd) Found online 1 red led (6000mcd) Found online On-Off Switch (a few bucks at RADIO SHACK) Fiber ...
    23-10-2007
  8. LED Night Light for 120VAC mains - LED current is derived directly from the mains via a diode-capacitor circuit. HOME ...
    members.shaw.ca
    04-03-2005
  9. cappels.org
    05-06-2004
  10. .. You never know when you might need a glowing cube to convince people you are from the future. To make this you will need: A LED (preferably high power) a 3 V coin cell battery a 100 Ohm resistor (anything close to 100 will work) a momentary or ...
    28-02-2008
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