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In this proyect, we will transform an "espantacuco" into an "illuminator", a mi LED's lamp.
Before we start our illuminator, we have to take out the old pieces of the object.
After we take all the old pieces, we have the space for the circuit, but we need the holes where we will put our 3G LEDs.
After the holes have been maken, we can star the circuit assembly. We are going to use a 3 volts watch's battery.
When we have the battery conected to the switch, we can start connecting the LEDs to the circuit, one by one. At the image, the first LED connected.
When we finish the circuit's assembly, we will have the 3 LEDs ready to be put in the holes.
To finish it, we have to put the LEDs in the holes and close the illuminator. If we close it, nobody could see the cables or the battery, it only coul...
A last image of the "illuminator".
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