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This is the most efficient method of lighting your entire bike.What you see in the photograph is only 8 LEDs that run for hours on 2 AA batteries ...
You need a cheap source of LEDs and some polyethylene tubing, which can be found at hardware stores.I highly recommend Best Hong Kong as your source of LEDs. ...
Set up your Altoids tin so it holds 2 AA batteries, a switch, and a connector (I used a Deans connector).I mounted the tin to my bike by ...
Use LEDs that can operate at 3.0 volts. The max voltage should be no less than 3 volts and no more than 3.4 volts for best results. You ...
This is the difficult part but is the most important.Some use cold cathode, some use a series of MANY LEDS to get the desired effect. However, I use ...
Use color coded wires so you don't lose track of positive (+) and negative (-) terminals. The negative terminal on an LED is the wire closest to the ...
Add LEDs anywhere else you like. I have a combination of glow sticks and bare LEDs on my bike. The axles in my wheels are a shiny, un-painted ...
You're now finished lighting your bike!Check your system to make sure all the lights are lighting up correctly.Make sure that:1) the polarity is always correct2) there are no ...
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