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This is my first Instructable. A LED dog collar with keyboard keys, Simple and fun for the whole family.Your dog will be begging you for one.Inspired by: momo
Tools you will need. Safety glasses. Hot glue gun with lots of glue. Dremel. Wire cutters and strippers. Soldering iron and solder. Scissors or knife. Multimeter. Supplies you ...
Take your Altoids tin and flatten out the bottom to allow more room for the battery. Mark outline for the power jack. If you don't have on your ...
Now solder the 9V battery snaps to the power jack. I used heat shrink to cover the terminals but hot glue would work. Insert the power jack in ...
Pop the keys out of your OLD keyboard. Do it . Its fun. Pop.Pop.Pop Pick the keys you want and drill a hole in them for the LED. ...
Nibble the pegs off the backs of the keys. Insert LEDs and glue.
Trace the collar on the cloth. The idea is to make a sleeve for the collar, so leave enough material to wrap around. Set the collar aside. Cut ...
I used the current limiting resistor calculator to figure out the resistors to use.I used 9 LEDs.3 sets of 3 LEDs soldered in series with a 180ohmresistor for ...
Wrap the cloth around the collar and glue it. I glued Velcro on the end of the cloth to attach the power supply. Well, you should have tested ...
Take pictures and have fun. Go outside in the dark and run around! Caution! May cause social situations!
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