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In this Instructable I will show you how to make a simple fast blinking LED light that you can attach to your bike or any where you want. ...
For your fast blinking LED you will need: 1. LM 555 timer chip 2. 180 K ohm resistor 3. 330 Ohm resistor 4. 0,22 uF, 16V or 100V ...
There are lots of LEDs out there. 10mm,8mm,5mm,2mm,red,blue,green,yellow,UV.......For this project I suggest 10mm LEDs, which color is up to you. Here you can buy LEDshttp://www.phenoptix.co.uk/
You are going to need some tools to do this project: 1. Soldering Iron 2. Solder 3. Vacuum for desoldering (just in case) 4. Wire cutter 5. Wire ...
Cut the circuit board so it can fit inside your plastic box. Use the wire cutters or a scalpel. WARNING: SCALPELS ARE SHARP, BE VERY CAREFUL!!!
Peel of some of the plastic on the side (the longer side) of the plastic box. Use the scalpel and the sand paper. The opening should be 1mm ...
Make a hole on the side of the box. The hole is for the switch. Use a drill or anything that can make a hole.
OK. First I will give you the schematic, electronic plan, and in step 8 i will explain it.
Solder the 9 V battery connector where the battery is shown, with the negative (black) wire to pin 1 and the positive (red) wire to pin 8. We'll ...
OK. You are all most done. Now attach the switch. Cut the wire from the battery snap, peel of 1mm of the wire on both sides and connect ...
Push the switch through the hole in the plastic box, attach the board to the box and close it.
It is finished. Go ahead and attach it to your bike or what ever. Hope you enjoy my Instructable. Go easy on me, this is my first. Please ...
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