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These transparent breadboards are much like any other electronics breadboard, but they are clear! So, what can one do with a clear breadboard? I think the obvious answer ...
Here are the parts we'll be using:1 x 200 point 21030 transparent breadboard1 x Super ultra-bright LED (Red)1 x Super bright LED (blue)2 x 100 ohm resistors1 x ...
Unless if your LED is already a flat-top, you'll have to grind/sand/cut it down to that the top is flat, and not far (within 1mm or 3/16") from ...
You don't need to measure - just watch how far in the drill bit goes! Go in as far and as close as you are comfortable (don't hit ...
Just don't go jamming it in! Figure out what lead is the cathode (-) and anode (+). The anode is the longer of the two leads. You want ...
Bend up the longer LED anode (+) lead so it's poking up near the top of the breadboard.Clip off one resistor lead so you have about 3/8" of ...
I used a Breadboard Voltage Regulator Kit to do this test, but any 3~9VDC power supply will do. Plug it in to the proper sides of the power ...
Let's use more hot-glue to coat these connections and make this installation more robust. To do this, we'll use a trick I learned from Monty Goodson of Bittybot ...
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