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Ever since I almost electrocuted myself at age 3 (long story), I've been interested in science. I love to write, and since Instructables combines writing with science, it's one of my favorite websites. I like to design and build circuits, although I'm not that great at it... yet.

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  • StormTracker142's instructable A More Powerful LED Light's weekly stats: 10 months ago
    • A More Powerful LED Light
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  • StormTracker142 commented on StormTracker142's instructable A More Powerful LED Light11 months ago
    A More Powerful LED Light

    I got these LEDs from Ebay; they are available at the following link:http://www.ebay.com/itm/50pcs-New-SMD-1W-Cool-Warm...Although these are cheap, at just over $3 for 50 of them, they will probably take anywhere from 4-6 weeks to ship. 1 watt LEDs of other brands can be found from many online retailers (amazon, Digikey, etc.) but they will probably be a little more expensive.

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  • Cell Phone Battery Flashlight

    Hello, and thank you for reading. The type of switch that Iused in this project is called an SPST switch, otherwise known as a toggleswitch. These are your basic switches that have only two wires coming out ofthem and only two positions: on and off. If you go to a store, simply ask for atoggle switch. The majority of them that a typical store would sell areprobably this kind anyway. Just be sure not to get too big of a switch (ex:typical 120v wall light switch). It would still work for this project, but forthe sake of simplicity, you probably want something a bit smaller. If you havetrouble finding what you want at a local store, here is an Amazon link for atype of switch that I think would be perfect. Good luck!https://www.amazon.com/uxcell-250V-Solder-Rocker-Switch/dp/B008LT3O14/ref=s...

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    Hello, and thank you for reading. The type of switch that Iused in this project is called an SPST switch, otherwise known as a toggleswitch. These are your basic switches that have only two wires coming out ofthem and only two positions: on and off. If you go to a store, simply ask for atoggle switch. The majority of them that a typical store would sell areprobably this kind anyway. Just be sure not to get too big of a switch (ex:typical 120v wall light switch). It would still work for this project, but forthe sake of simplicity, you probably want something a bit smaller. If you havetrouble finding what you want at a local store, here is an Amazon link for atype of switch that I think would be perfect. Good luck!https://www.amazon.com/uxcell-250V-Solder-Rocker-Switch/dp/B008LT3O14/ref=sr_1_9?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1475974821&sr=1-9

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