Introduction: Old Style Bike Led Flashlight.

OK ...Here we Go again...man... I Love Contests. Some Day I found an Old style Bike lamp Powered by a Kind of Dinamo but it was broken, anyway I Buy It, and become to think what the heck to do with this stuff.

Step 1: The Flash Light

This kind of flashlight work with the action of a dynamo by the movement of the wheel, but it was broken so I dissassamble the whole thing an add a pair of Leds.

Step 2: Power Up.

Anybody of us have in our stuffs old cell phone batteries, so i figure that this can be usefull to power up my Flash light.

Step 3: Wiring and Soldering.

Put the Leds inside of the Lamp and solder to a thin wire, conect to the battery and that `s all...piece of cake isn´t....?

Step 4: "Im the NightRider..."

This Lamp is so usefull because the battery support about three days that constanting Light.
I like to ride with some folks in the deep of the night and its so cool when my bike hit the streets.

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K2Joom made it! (author)2013-07-28

Hey, great work.

I have to ask, where did you get your frame from?

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Mr.Sanchez made it! (author)Mr.Sanchez2013-07-29

I made it from an old bike frame.Thnks for the comment.

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unaffiliatedperson made it! (author)2010-12-07

i put these together for my cruiser but i dont have a voltage regulator. my batteries blew out idk y. i had two 18650 in parallel. maybe shorted out
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Mr.Sanchez made it! (author)Mr.Sanchez2010-12-08

U know something ...i dont have a clue about electronics but still working ...I used battery of cellphones and two leds of 3 volts...that´s all.
I had been used this about a year and still lightning...I think is good luck. let me do the Math and I´ll give you a better method...BTW...thnks for the vote

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frenzy made it! (author)2010-07-29

I like this but you really should be using a resistor between your led and battery

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Mr.Sanchez made it! (author)Mr.Sanchez2010-12-06

Hi there Would u pls vote for my entry ...?
https://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-Belt-No-sew/
thnks

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Mr.Sanchez made it! (author)2010-07-30

Done...and it works better...tnks...again.

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