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Normal 0 There were a few Discarded Mobile Phone Batteries lying around the house, so I was thinking how to use them as they had plenty of juice ...
Normal 0 33 LED’s of 5mm. One LED 1 watt. A thin PVC sheet to fix the LED’s. An old PVC light case. 3 Discarded Mobile Phone Batteries ...
Normal 0 Fix the LED’s to the PVC sheet in 3 rows of 11 LED’s. Check the polarity of the LED’s.
Normal 0 Wire the LED’s, Batteries, and Switch as shown in the Circuit diagram. No resistance or Capacitor have been used in this project.
Normal 0 All the 3 Batteries should be connected in parallel, so that the voltage remains 3.6 volts at all times. Charging the batteries should be done separately ...
Normal 0 Your Emergency LED light is ready. Switch ON the 1watt led or the 33 LED’s as you wish. This light is lightweight due to the batteries ...
Charging the Batteries with a Li-Ion Battery Charger.
Wire the LED’s, Batteries, and Switch as shown in the Circuit diagram.
No resistance or Capacitor have been used in this project.
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