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LED Strips require a higher voltage, usually 12v. You would need to use a mosfet transistor with the woofer across Gate and source and additional power input (the 12v battery) across Source and Drain with the LED strip in series. I'll mock up a schematic if you need to illustrate this for you.
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In your schematic, it could be mistaken by someone less experienced that you have linked pins 2, 3 and 5 together, given that there is no jump over the lines.
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Thanks for the recommendation, I shall certainly do this! Good idea!
Thanks for your feedback :) I appreciate it.
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Thank You. You should determine the power rating of a resistor by calculating the power that it will dissipate. the equation for this is:P = I2 x Ror Power dissipated by Resistor = Current² x Resistancee.g. 0.2A² x 10Ω = 0.4WattsSimplest way to put it: (0.2 x 0.2) x 10
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