Introduction: Led Dice (remote)

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Hello! friends

Welcome to my another "Led Dice" project. In this project i'm gonna show you how to make your own led dice.

I just download the code and a circuit diagram form

So, let's get started.

Step 1: Circuit Diagram

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We'll be able to make this led dice project with the help of that diagram. You just follow the steps.

Step 2: Components

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Material you'll need

Red Led x 7

Switches: spst and push button

PIC ic: 12f629 with base

3 volt cell

Resistors: 100 ohms x 3, 220 ohms and 47 k

Mp 3 remote

Vero Board

Mini Drill

Hot glue

Step 3: Disassemble

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Take your mp3 remote and remove the sticker on it. Mention in a above diagram.

Step 4: Screw Opening

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After removing the sticker you'll need to remove the screws also.

Step 5: Removing Jack

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Take a motherboard of mp3 remote and remove the jack holder of cell. I don't know the exact name. Don't waste the spring or other part you'll need later.

Step 6: Marking

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Take a vero board and marking on it according to remote size.

Step 7: Cutting

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Now cutting the vero board according to the marking with the help of mini drill.

Step 8: Component Placing

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Place the components according to circuit diagram and than soldering it.

Step 9: Soldering and Jumper Wires

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Rear view of vero board while soldering.

Step 10: Jack Placing

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Now place the jack on vero board and other one is on mp3 remote cover which one i removed in a step 5.

Step 11: Uploading Code

Here it is the code of led dice for 12f629 PIC IC (asm and hex files). Now upload the code and install the ic on base now your led dice is ready to use.

Step 12: Finish

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Now your led dice is ready to use

Step 13: Video

Here it is the small video about led dice.


Candy Cane (author)2015-11-18

This is really neat!

Candy Cane thanks i hope you like it.

Asadullah Mughal (author)2015-11-18


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