loading
What you need: circular cathode + invertor + power suply, sheet metal (i used old cd-rom drive), plexi, clock, skills
<p><em>wow! I really like this</em></p>
<p>This would also work with a nice strip of blue LEDs or color changing LEDs. Great ible. Thanks!</p>
<p>wow!! good for nights!!!!!!!!!!</p>
Well done. I really like this.
where did you get the cold cathode halo and inverter that connects to a wall plug? I am finding these halos in fan kits but the inverters are all wired for use with a PC PSU.<br><br>Awesome job!!
this was for psu too, I just used wall charger (12V, 1A) and change connector
Thanks!!
Gorgeous.
Cool, you should put a picture of the finished clock first (the 3rd from last is really nice) so that it appears in the thumbnail.
thanks. fixed.

About This Instructable

8,786views

50favorites

License:

More by joudas:Put UV tatoo on your wall Custom illuminated Clock Simple music light show (lpt led) 
Add instructable to: