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I was browsing on allelectronics.com and saw an exit sign on sale..... $3.00. I found that offer irresistible. Now, for the instructions this is all about......Note: This was ...
Material:1.) A light-up exit sign2.) 4 red 5mm LED's3.) Small PC bread board4.) 9v battery clip5.) 9v battery6.) ON-OFF switch7.) Wires( I got mine from CAT- 5 cables)8.) ...
After you have your sign, you need to open it. This can be easy or difficult depending on the sign you have.
This circuit can be different depending on how you want to wire it, but this is what I used;I set up a pretty simple LED, resistor, and switch ...
To assemble this, you first need to find or make a hole for the switch. This can be done with a drill, or another tool of preference. I ...
Now you need to install the board. I used electrical tape to attach it to the back panel. You could use hot glue, glue, or another type of ...
Test the circuit and close up the sign.You now have your own personal exit sign for your room, your dorm, or any other anything else.If you have any ...
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