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This is a simple concept idea of " canned" or "bottled light". It uses few parts, and some recycled material. Shown is my final product. Total time to ...
Tube-like container (I used a Lays Stax container) 9 Volt battery 2 pairs of alligator clips 2 LEDs 220 Ohm Resistor Stripped copper wire (or paper clips) Paper ...
Take your knife or sharp object: Poke 4 holes wide enough for the wire to go through. These holes will be the height where your LEDs will sit. ...
Take the LEDs and curl the ends around the wire. They should slide, but not too easily. I took a plastic coated paper clip, and straightened it out. ...
Make 3 lengths of wire. Note which side of the LEDs are Positive and Negative. The negative side is either: the shorter lead the flat edge ...
Hook up the battery (again, making sure of the positive and negative). I used alligator clips due to simplicity. Note Make sure that the battery is connected to ...
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