Step 3: Build the Circut

Tape the Annode of the LED to the positive (+) terminal of the battery. (See pictures1-2) connect the cathode of the LED to the positive (+) terminal of the SWITCH. (See pictures 2-3) connect the negitive (-) terminal of the SWITCH to the negative (-) terminal of the BATTERY. Test the circut by pressing the lever (or flipping the swich). The LED should light up.
not so cool....... bt use ful 4 beginners !!!
<p>It became a handy night light for my daughter. very useful i&rsquo;d say!</p>
be cool if it would turn on when it stuck to a metal building , just have to position the switch so the level is pressed when the magnet part is flush with the metal siding. <br>
Howdy, <br>Question about the momentary lever switch. Do you have a part number? I don't know what to google to find these kind of switches. I'm an absolute newb to playing with LEDs and want to use this switch with small edge lit display. <br>Thanks!
Don't forget you need a magnet for a LED Throwie! That's the whole &quot;Throwie&quot; Part. So you can throw them onto buildings to light it up!
But it is a momentary switch so you have to be holding it for it to light up. also I live in Mississippi, USA, and there arent very many big buildings to thow them onto. and if you do the super strict cops would probably arrest you.

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