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This flashlight uses High-Output Infrared LED's that seems invisible to the naked eye, but when seen on camera, it shows as working LED's. It is also the first ...
1. 6-LED flashlight 2. 6 High-Output Infrared LED's (RadioShack) 3. Soldering Iron **This can work with any LED flashlight**
Take apart the flashlight.
1. Locate the circuit board and De-solder the 6 white LED's 2. Solder in the 6 High-Output Infrared LED's being careful to check the polarity
Assemble the flashlight!!! You now have an Infrared flashlight that can only be seen on camera . . . what will you do with it?!
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