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Super Cap Led 100 000 micro farads

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Adam Manick3 years ago
I like your instructable but maybe add a pushbutton to it so it is not on while it charges. It looks like you are putting a little to much power into the led. It should not light up to a bright orange color. Adding a pushbutton between the super capacitor and the led will fix all problems. Hope this helps.
jgfish3 years ago
yeah i agree, nothing needs to be done with this instructable whatsoever, just gets straight to the point
jackh944 years ago
That diagram explains everything really, I know what to do just from seeing it