LED Reading Pad

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Introduction: LED Reading Pad

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This is very use full for when you are camping or when you want to read anything in dark lighting situation like a story book or Map's.

Size : 297mm x 210mm (near A4 page size)

Components :
*Acrylic Sheet (297mm x 210mm)
*Mobile phone keypad LED's
*3.7V Li-ion mobile phone battery
*Nokia phone charging pin base
*Thin circuit wires
*Soldering iron & wires
*Hot glue gun
*Black tape or Sticker

After collecting this all things,Start your work.Please refer my images you will get clear idea.

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    What is that way?

    well actually it is not really easyer, it is more efficient :
    when you take apart an lcd screen from a laptop, you find a thin transparent acrylic plate wich is called a light difuser. above or under that plate is a small neon tube powered by a small power converter wich i guess runs in 12 or 5 volts. take these to parts out. glue them together like you found them( one on top of the other) and there you have it!ho and you can use a 9v bettery for the power converter if it runs in 12 V

    What about the power consumption of the 9V battery? If I use the 9V battery this little thing will looks like pretty big know.But anyway I will try what you say,Coz I wanted to get more light :D Thanx for the comment.

    hey man great idear.
    try to use evonik endlighten plexi found at:
    http://www.plexiglas-shop.com/DE/de/plexiglas-endlighten-35vvzqzrfz2/plexiglas-endlighten-t-farblos-0f11-l-l1we94vy8j0~p.html

    it is specialy designed for lighten the cutted sides and decouple the light out of the side you will put on the book.

    Regards

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    any different between Acrylic glass and Plexiglas?

    Thank you soo much! :-)