LED Light

Introduction: LED Light

Hello today I am going to show you how to make an LED light that can be turned on and off with a switch.

Step 1: Connecting the 9v Connector to the Battery

First you are going to need to connect the connector to the battery.

Step 2: Connecting the Wire to the Switch

Next you are going to take your wire and connect it to the middle circle

Step 3: Connecting the Red Wire From the Battery to the Switch.

In this step you are going to connect the red wire from the 9v battery to the switch.

Step 4: Connecting the Wires to the LED

Connecting the black wire from the 9v battery and the red wire from the switch to the LED.

Step 5: Finished Product

This is the finished product when you turn the switch on it should light up.

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    7 Comments

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    yyoobin21
    yyoobin21

    12 months ago

    Your work seems very simple and quick! I wonder if you could add some design element to your LED light.

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    lnakyeong22
    lnakyeong22

    12 months ago

    Hi! I liked how you included simple steps that are easy to understand. However, it would be nice to show that the lights turned on at the end to prove that it works well!


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    tleah21
    tleah21

    12 months ago

    I like that your project can be used for multiple purposes and easy to be made. Maybe you can add a detailed explanation of each step and make it more decorative and unique.

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    Eris_K
    Eris_K

    12 months ago on Step 4

    This project looks very easy to follow and I could know how to turn on the light. It would be better if you add more specific description and pictures to get it.

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    ljio24
    ljio24

    12 months ago

    Your work is really interesting to me! It is great artwork to learn the principle of light easily. I like your clear pictures. Great!

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    rdiya22
    rdiya22

    12 months ago

    Hi!
    Your project sounds really cool and easy to make. For next, maybe you could add clearer pictures, maybe take it in a place that has more light and add the final product, so we can see how it should look! Good job :)

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    smoe23
    smoe23

    12 months ago

    Hi!
    I like your project because it doesn't seem to take a lot of time, and it's useful as well. It would be great if you could add instruction for your supplies. Great job!