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Excellent tutorial. I'm going to make a few wood lamps myself. I really liked how you hanged the lamp with a metal wire, using a driller and a rotor.10x,
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Thanks for the post. I've built the circuit, and used a 0.1uF (100pF, I think) reset capacitor instead of a 10 pF, as recommended. It works like a charm flashing about every second or less. Now I'm going to built it on PCB and hopefully turn it into a kids flashing game.
Very friendly tutorial with a detailed picture break down. You can add resistor - capacitor matches, which will change the blinking speed, and also add resistor band colors if you like. Thanks for the good job.
Nice schematic work. 10x,
Hi, nice project. You just connected every thing in serial? All the LED's anode with the motor plus, and same with the minus. No resistor?thx,
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