LED LAMP IDEA

Hello Does anyone have any idea how to create this effect. My understanding is that the bottle was diamond cut from the bottom and the electrons were fed in. My main questions are around the bulb. Is there anyway to get the same effect using LED lights? What if we were to arrange fiber optics wires in a spiral arrangement and shine an LED at the end. Would it work?

Topic by gnanda 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Bubbling LED Hanging Industrial lights???

There is a project I have been vigilantly searching for on instructables and google. I remember seeing it on here a couple of years ago and now cannot find it anywhere.. The project consisted of Industrial cage jar lights, LEDs, Vegetable oil, and a fish tank pump and some other supplies.. The LED lights would be submerged in the jars with vegetable oil and   the fish tank pump supplies air into the industrial lights and the oil bubbles..  I would love to find this project. I have been itching to find it for the past year or so. If anyone knows where to find this project, Please pm me.. I would appreciate it immensely.. Or if anyone knows where to find the Industrial cage lights i would appreciate any help in this matter.. Thanks..

Topic by spinpoidaily411 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Halogen to LED.?

Right now i'm working on photo spectrography, and using a halogen lamp because of the wavelength it outputs. The thing is, we are trying to make a more portable version of this, is there a type of LED or an array of them, that i could use for this? Take in mind that the LEDs have to output a wavelength very similar or equal to that of a halogen lamp.  

Question by joreknight 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


LED Characters

This is something I saw at toxel.com http://www.toxel.com/tech/2009/05/05/recycled-typography-lamps

Topic by pratikashwekar 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


LED Light Box

Normally, a light box uses fluorescent lamps (e.g. 36 watts Philips Lamp) and electronic ballasts to emit light. However, it consumes too much electricty and the life of lamps is short. Therefore, I would like to replace fluorescent lamps with LEDs.

Question by richardkartono 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Gravity Lamp, the LED lamp powered by gravity

A Virginia Tech student designed an LED lamp that is powered by gravity. It is called the Gravia, and it took second place at the Greener Gadgets competition in NYC. Gravity as a renewable energy source? Amazing!From http://pesn.com/2008/02/19/9500471_Gravity_Lamp/Concept illustrations of Gravia depict an acrylic column a little over four feet high. The entire column glows when activated. The electricity is generated by the slow fall of a mass that spins a rotor. The resulting energy powers 10 high-output LEDs that fire into the acrylic lens, creating a diffuse light. The operation is silent and the housing is elegant and cord free – completely independent of electrical infrastructure.The light output will be 600-800 lumens – roughly equal to a 40 watt incandescent bulb. Each drop of the gravity mechanism runs the light over a period of four hours.To "turn on" the lamp, the user moves weights from the bottom to the top of the lamp. An hour-glass like mechanism is turned over and the weights are placed in the mass sled near the top of the lamp. The sled begins its gently glide back down and, within a few seconds, the LEDs come on and light the lamp, Moulton said. “It’s more complicated than flipping a switch but can be an acceptable, even enjoyable routine, like winding a beautiful clock or making good coffee,” he said.Moulton estimates that Gravia’s mechanisms will last more than 200 years, if used eight hours a day, 365 days a year.The winner of the Greener Gadgets competition was the Enerjar.

Topic by Brennn10 11 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


How to make a led lamp?

Light should be equal to a 40watts fluorescent tube?and whether it would be a vice idea, ?

Question by roshan2 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Change a projector lamp to LED ?

I have an Infocus model x1 projector the lamp is burned out how can i change the lamp to use a high power LED bulb the lamp is 100-120V - 3A 50/60 Hz input I've never done this level of electronics but lamps for this thing is almost 250 bucks .... Thanks

Question by fretted 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Dimmable Mains LED lamps? Answered

I have changed all my internal lamps to 240 volt LEDs - I notice some LEDs are dimmable and some are not any one know why? As a supplemental  question anyone know how they step down the 240 volts for the LEDs? I have yet to take one apart to see.

Question by rickharris 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


LED Lamp Parallel Circuit

Hello everyone, My first question in this forum to build a LED panel with parallel LED connections. Input:  220V AC Bright White LED 5mm I want to put 36 LED in a panel and want to use bridge connections which will power up both the LED panel and a 12V Battery simultaneously, so when the power goes it will take the power from the battery. Can anyone guide me with circuit? I am novice and have interest to make things like this for own use. Thank You MarlöPax 

Topic by marlopax 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


LED Lamp Buzzing (not a bulb)

About a year ago, I came across this LED lamp that was on sale at my local Target store. It caught my eye because it had a little tray at the base of the lamp along with a USB port for charging my devices. Since the first time I plugged it in and turned it on, it makes a buzzing noise. At first it didn't bother me, but now that I am spending more time at my workbench it has become annoying. I understand it is kind of common for LED bulbs to do this because of the dimmer switch being outdated, however this lamp is not dimmable nor is it a "bulb" so to say. It's about 7-9 SMD LEDs on a circuit with a rocker switch. If it makes a difference, I do have my lamp plugged into a surge protector and don't have anything plugged into the USB port located at the base of the lamp. What can be done (other than throwing it away, of course) to stop the buzzing noise coming from the lamp? Thanks in advance!

Topic by TXVisual 2 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


A lamp from RGB LEDs

Hi, I'm want to build a lamp from 63 RGB LEDs. I want to be able to change the intensity of each color. Is there something in my schematics that should  be changed, for example do I even need the resistors after LEDs since I have the potentiometers. I think the values might need to be changed. The switches before resistors are to eliminate that color if the potentiometers won't do it. There should be also a main switch after the power supply.. Do I need anything else, so that it will work and to it will be safe? A bit offtopic, but if I would only use one color LEDs, would it be better to connect them to parallel or series?

Topic by goljat 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Help making an LED lamp

Alright, I want to make an LED grow light for my plants because the window I want to put them in doesn't get enough sun. I need quite a bit of light for this application and it will have to be on for a significant part of every day so LED is a must. I've been looking at the prices and it seems like the most economical option is to buy some LEDs off ebay, buy a driver... maybe some resistors... then mock up some kind of heat sink to connect them to. I was considering about 10-20 ten watt on chip LEDs. This light is going to be in a room I'm in a lot so I don't want to go with any funky colors. I'd like to just use daylight spectrum LEDs. Something around 6500k. Anyway, I'm thinking it makes the most sense to get one big driver to run all the LEDs rather than one driver for each. That just seems cheaper and frankly more interesting. But I need help understanding how to wire the whole thing together and understanding whether I need resistors etc. So I'm looking for some general help figuring out what to buy and then how to wire it all together. Thanks :)

Topic by WillE2 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Are LEDS used in GROW LED LAMPS any different from regular, colored LEDs?

I've seen grow LED lamps for plants and flowers go for $100 to $200 on ebay and they look like simple red and blue LEDs in a lamp unit. These days anyone can do a lamp with LEDs since we have a wide variety of LEDs, drivers and casings at our disposal and at a very affordable price. Even if you add the cost of research and develpment and a healthy profit to remain in business into the cost of the device, I don't think the ratio cost-price of those lamps is fair. Those grow lamps seem to be a scam to me, unless the LEDs/drivers used on them are really more expensive than the widely available in the market. I am more inclined to think they priced their lamps artificially to cater to its intended market: deep-pocket obsessed gardeners, weed grow-op guys, fancy growers, etc. Why is that these lamps are that costly? What is the magic behind them or do they have "NASA" technology on them or what? Thanks for your input

Question by arirang777 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


I'm making a lamp...

Hello Instructables community! I'd like to make a desk lamp, and I'd like to plug it into a wall. Now here is my dilemma I have, the lamp would have 9 main lights inside glass globes and I'd like to have small little lights (like LEDs) around the outside like little points of light. Now in my experience LEDs aren't typically plugged into the 120V wall socket. I have a friend who's good with electronics who has tossed around LEDs, fiber optics, etc and it's all just mind boggling to me. He's even suggested using some kind of controller to make the small lights twinkle and I have no experience with that kind of thing. I'd appreciate if I could get some input as in what options I have for lighting this lamp. Right now it sounds like a valid idea is to use "super bright" LEDs for the 9 big lights and just regular LEDs for the multiple points of light around it.  I can provide as much additional details as needed. Thank you for any input.

Topic by hzillmer 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Lamps from recycled parts, ideal example of a green theme.

Personally, i think this lamps look very cool, both items are made from various pieces of old electrical hardware.I love how the design is rather simple, but complicated by the parts used.Made by the Flickr user Qvidja50.He saysThe lamp on the left is fabricated from a railroad signal switching relay manufactured by the General Railway Signal Company in 1924. The perforated cylinders were originally ink canisters designed for high-speed fabric printing. The light on the right is made from a water-cooled dual processor from an Apple G5 desktop computer. Other elements include an hour meter, aircraft compass and 40W LED bulbs.Check out the full Flickr set.Personally, i like the 'hanging bulb' one. Firstly as i love the way the bulbs hang down, that and the use of a Powermac G5 heatsink is a win for an apple user fanboy like myself.For anyone looking to enter the Epilog laser cutter contest. Whom may have some parts laying around, this is a good place to start your research.I have an old iMac stand that caitlinsdad said would make a good lamp.- gmjhowe

Topic by gmjhowe 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


fluorescent emergency lamp convert to LED

I have a fluorescent lamp input220v,6.5w, its battery is 6.9v. i want to convert this to led lamp. so pls provide the proper circuit diagram for this. and how many LEDs can handle this battery for 4hours 

Question by s.sushin 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


working with leds

HELLO i AM WORKING ON A PROJECT IN WHICH i HAVE TO LIGHT TwO SETS OF LEDS. One set of led is white ultra bright led and other set is normal 5mm led red & green. I need a circuit for the lamp which should switch on the white led for like 1hour and after that this white led gets dimm and other led (red & green) wil bright slowly. In the circuit the time for glowing white led can be adjustable with timer. After making this circuit ,I will connect it with timer so that I can adjust  the 1hours time and then it gets dimm. Please help me out in this circuit .I am searching from last one week but I couldnt find. Thanks in advance

Question by SanjaySingh 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


3.7v LED driver

Hi guys how are ya doin? :DRecently I'm working on the next project, which is about battery powered bicycle led lamp. So in that case I want to use LED driver. Then I've founded this schematic with CMOS 555 timer, who runs more than 5 LEDs in series. Excited by this new found schematic, I bought the parts & connected them like so. Unfortunately, it turns out, it wont work. :/ At 3.7v they won't even light up, but at 5v they start to shine a little bit. I'm wondering do I need to put different transistor (in my case it was PN2222A - that's the one I had and its equivalent to 2N4401)? Or what the problem with this circuit.I would more than thankful for your help. :D

Topic by JohnSmith-Workshop 5 months ago  |  last reply 5 months ago


LEDs as a replacement?

I've been thinking, which, for me is strange. What's stranger, i've been thinking about saving the planet. I don't believe that global warming is solely the fault of man and his machines, nor do i believe that we're all going to fry in a ten-thousand year summer, but that's not the point of this forum, and i'd appreciate no comments labelling me as a communist, or a planet-hater. What i had in mind is a new system of lighting. Say i took some LEDs (lets say 16) and connected them in paralell, and attatched them to the appropriate power source, would they be more or less efficient than a tungsten filament lamp? As for aesthetic considerations, to simulate natural sunlight during winter months, one could add blue or yellow LEDs to tune the shade of the light. Would this idea be more efficient than the lights we have? (i avoided mentioning those energy-efficient lights because they're not really that efficient, and give crap light.)

Topic by Vendigroth 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Im going to make a led lamp... I have the idea just need some help in how to go about making it

I have a glass candy looking sort of jar that i would like to flip over and build a small black circular stand to mount it on. Then frost the jar to give it a more ambiant looking light (i like blue leds but not necessary). I also need the lamp to be decently bright some where in-between a traditional desk lamp and a bright night light. I also and going to make a decal to stick to the outside of the jar to give it an illustration on the lamp. I dont want a battery operated one if possible id like a plug in with a switch or something. Something on the efficient side i don't like replacing batteries all the time, rechargeable may work. On that note i have a desk lamp already not sure what kind and brand i can check though, its a halogen i think it has a plug and a dial that brightens and dims it, i am willing to destroy if for this project that dial would be perfect . So what i need is recommendation on what and where to buy for lighting and details on how to mount it. I can handled most of the design of the arrangement, glass and decal im all over. More or less i need a cheap and decently easy way to light it im not super experienced in leds or a lot of wiring, im sure i can do it, would just be easier to avoid all of that.  Any help would be much appreciated 

Topic by amiller91 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


how to make rechargeable led light lamp?

Question by Rabia029 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


LED Lamp current X DRIVER

Hello very good people, 1. Someone told me that I can connect a 3.8A led lamp to 100w driver 3A (constant current) because the driver will dimmer the lamp. Is this correct? 2. Is the driver that operates according to the capacity of the bulb (3.8A) or is the lamp that operates according to the capacity of the driver (3A)? The current of which one acts according to the other? Thank You

Question by logoaki 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Gravity Lamp Calculations

Http://www.core77.com/competitions/greenergadgets/projects/4306/ some people might recognize this little invention a while ago.  Well I recently wanted to make one after a freak snow storm rocked central pennsylvania (didn't have power for 2 days, it sucked balls).  But, after doing the math, his claims seem impossible.  Someone check the math for me: Facts of the Gravity lamp (with data in favor of the lamp_: output: 600 lumens weight falling: 50 pounds distance falling: 58 inches (in reality it's a bit shorter, but i'm just putting everything in favor) for ease of calculation and in favor of the lamp, assuming 100% efficiency. lasts for 4 hours calculations: 600 lumens = 7542 candellas = 7542000 mcd the highest efficient LEDs i could find output 120,000mcd at 20mA (0.02 amps) with a drop of 3.2 volts 7542000mcd/120000mcd = 63 LEDs 1 LED = 3.2 volts * 0.02 amps = 0.064 watts 63 LEDs = 4 watts 50 pounds = 22.68 kg on earth: the force of the weight is 22.68*9.8 = 222.264 newtons 58 inches = 1.47 meters 1 joule = 1 watt * 1 second = 1 newton * 1 meter 222.264 newtons * 1.47 meters = 326.73 joules 326.73 joules / 4 watts = 81 seconds, NOT 4 hours looking back at it, I think i messed up the calculations at earth's gravity, because that part is just totally wrong :P.  I'm not far enough into my physics class to know how to properly calculate that, could someone else?

Topic by guyfrom7up 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Led soldering help

I wanna solder 10 leds parallel and but it in light bulb like in https://www.instructables.com/id/A-Steampunk-lamp-with-muliti-color-LEDs/step2/Preparing-the-bulb/ I don't have aluminium tube. I have only heat shrinking tubes. I found serial scheme http://img.neons.org/archives/LED3rdBrake/image23.gif. I'm thinking to use battery - as ground. I have 100k and 10k resistor. 1m think this is resistor. I dont wanna mess things up or burn someting down.

Question by DeathSuperMario 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


LED lamp voltage X DRIVER

Hello my friends, What about the voltage, Is the driver that operates according to the voltage capacity of the bulb (20-26v) or is the lamp that operates according to the capacity of the driver (20-36v)? The voltage of which one acts according to the other? Can I use a lamp of any voltage since this voltage is understood the ability of the driver (20-36)? the driver is the same amparage and constant current. Thank you a lot.

Question by logoaki 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


5mm Round Red LED Lamp

5mm Round Red LED LampType: LED lamp Wavelength: 630-640nm Forward current (mA): 20 Forward voltage (V): 1.7-2.8 Luminous intensity (mcd): 5,000-8,000 Lens color: water clear Viewing angle: 15-degree Applications: for light, indicator and illumination

Topic by Ewan Chen 11 years ago


water-based kinetic LED lamp

I want to mak a kinetic light using high-powered LEDs to produce glitter line through a thin layer of agitated turbulent water in a wall mounted shelf. So, this gives me a few questions, but let me start with the idea I've got. I want to seperate a shelving unit (preferably solid wood not particleboard with some decent HxDxW) into two compartments. A glass sheet would be slid into grooves onto the side supports. The upper portion of the shelving unit would then be wood, waterproofed with some thin styrene plastic sheets. The bottom would then be composed of a large aluminum sheet (recessed slightly upwards for astheatics) which would house several LEDs in addition to the power adapter and voltage regulator. This would likely follow the "powering high powered LED" tutorial's alternate power source to the pucks. At this point a small pump would be placed into the upper compartment along with just enough water to submerge the pump to a safe level. Perhaps a small recess would be included in the top to allow instant colour shifts by using stained clear plastic sheets (this would reduce total illumination, but these are to be mood/ambient accents not primary lighting source) to avoid any of the more expensive/complex colour shifting lamps. The big question I have at this point is how thermally safe this would be, and how much LED I would actually need to achieve decent brightness. Also, I would prefer if the bottom was modular enough I could remove and work on it without dissasembling the entire assembly, but this may not be possible. Finally, I was wondering if I could run the heatsink material up the ront of the shelf, past the glass, and into the water (this should give great heat dissipation) and have a SAFE and STABLE waterproof join between a flush glass-metal joint with possible use of epoxy and/or silicone caulking. Anything not specified in here I'm uncertain of how to do exactly. So! If anyone has any ideas, suggestions, or awareness that this is pure madness (or has a better way t oget those glitter lines i lust for) please let me know.

Topic by JRGumby 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


4.5 volt led desk lamp to usb port? Answered

Can a 4.5 volt 3 aaa batery led desk lamp be powered from a usb port? Does the .5 volts make any difference?

Question by sctirvn687 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Neat Little Lamp

Check out this neat little lamp I found at Lowes. It's got pencil and paper holding "hands", LED bulb "head", and fully adjustable joints. Impulse buys FTW! I was supposed to be looking for a ceiling fan :P An Instructable on how to make one of these would be cool.

Topic by Spl1nt3rC3ll 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Where to buy affordable but quality LED light to decorate my house?

Question by dsmith153 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


How do I convert my battery powdered LED desk lamp to AC powered, or USB powered?

The lamp requires 3 AA batteries for power.

Question by Dmom 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Which artful LED lighting should I use to illuminate my garden?

Question by dsmith153 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


can i change car head lamp with LED?

We like to change the lamp color with pure white led and how to make it beam is can see very far but led is can not see far

Question by nyihtut100 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Battery Powered Lamp

I have to make a battery powered lamp for a school project but having no experience or knowledge whatsoever in electronics I really need help! I'm using a halogen GU10 bulb which is 35W, 240V, toggle switch and 2 AA batteries. Can someone please explain how I would wire the light bulb to a toggle switch and batteries? Also, do I need a resistor anywhere? Apparentely halogen bulbs aren't really suitable for lamps, so should I change to a superbright LED? Thanks!

Topic by jemily 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


5mm 6 no of led for night lamp to plug in 230v 50hz power supply ?

I want to make 5mm 6no. led night lamp can directly plug in 230 v ac household power supply ? is it possible ..

Question by shekharmirajkar 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Help to add more LEDs to a Halloween LED Pumpkin Lamp.?

I have an LED Halloween pumpkin lamp that runs off of 3 AAA batteries.  The lamp has 3 LEDs each color is red, green, and blue.  It slowly changes from one color to the next.  I wanted to see how I could add one more of each color LED for a project.  I know there will not be enough room on the same board and they will need to be put on separate component PC board.  I will have no problem doing any kind of soldering.  I just don't know anything about resistors and electricity.  I am looking to find out how everything needs to be connected up and if I need more power.  If I need more power then I will add a DC jack for any power adjustment.  Is this easy or would it be a lot easier if I used a timer chip?  I just don't have anything to program chips.  Thanks for everyone's help.

Question by mukieluk 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


A Challenge: DIY gravity lamp

I have decided to power the lighting in my house with gravity alone starting next year. The idea started here: Greener Gadgets: Gravity LampI have some ideas about how to make it possible using some existing instructables and I though I would share this to get people thinking about new ways to use gravity as a power source. Think about it, gravity is clean, constant, eternal and EVERYWHERE. I think that this instructable has some of the essential components: Cordless Drill Crank Charge BatteriesIt gives a basic example of kinetic energy being converted into electricity, but for this application the kinetic energy will be supplied by gravity instead of the hand crank. The real fun with this project, I think, is the different ways that the kinetic energy of the weight can be harnessed. The screw used by the Gravity Lamp is just one method. A weight on a rope that is wrapped around a spool or crank is another option or even something based on the mechanism of a grandfather clock. One could even imagine a single massive weight that the whole family would hoist, with the help of pulleys, every evening to power their home lighting. Who knows.....It's time to start a gravity revolution.

Topic by PHenri 11 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


LED strips design?

How are these LED strips wired? I know they must be in parallel but what kind of resistors and how many LEDs per parallell? If anyone has a diagram of a good layout on how to string up 48 green LEDs with a 12v power supply, it'd be much appreciated.http://cgi.ebay.com/300mm-Flexible-Led-Strip-w-30pcs-Green-Leds-Extendable_W0QQitemZ200170044029QQihZ010QQcategoryZ66949QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItemandhttp://cgi.ebay.com/48CM-PVC-LIGHT-STRIPE-STRIP-IN-48-LED-BULB-LAMP-GREEN_W0QQitemZ300169468922QQihZ020QQcategoryZ66949QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Topic by mrshow555 11 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Using Halogen light transformer to run LED lamp?

Hi all, I have the following problem: I'm trying to use the electronic halogen light transformer to run with an LED lamp that came off an emergency lighting unit. THe Lamp works fine off a 12v battery but when connected to this transformer (and a rectifier with a capacitor) both the lamp and the transformer get really hot. THe transformer outputs 11.6v at 4.9A.  It seems like the lamp is drawing all the current it can take from the transformer but it doesnt when connected to the battery? Whats going on here? THanks for all your imput!

Question by KamilG4 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


How many white LEDs can a 6V lead-acid battery drive at a time and for how long- for a emergency lamp

I want to make am empergency lamp (power outages are frequent) using maybe a 6V lead-acid battery. How many white LEDs can it drive at a time and for how long?.The lamp should hv enough juice to light up a 12x12 room.. all suggestions are welcome.

Question by jithinsarath 10 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Color Changing Led, Rice paper Lamp

I entered this in the Holiday gifts and Shop ot contest. I would love to get some comments and ratings on it. Thank you in advance. Here the link: https://www.instructables.com/id/Rice-paper-LED-orb-Lantrens/

Topic by dreadyjazz 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


i have a magic mist lamp with led ligths that change . i would like it to remain blue how can i do it

Can i change the led bulbs? where do i get them

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


How to make an LED lamp from scratch?

I am wanting to make a 5-LED table lamp that plugs into the wall and also has a cord with a switch.  I do NOT want to start with a new LED lamp from a store.  I can find bits and pieces of projects on here but I'd like detailed help in doing this.  I do not have electrical experience but I catch on quickly to directions.  I mainly need to know what wiring, LEDs, resistors I would need and maybe short directions..  If anyone is willing to help me with a parts list, please email me.  Thank you!  icukala@yahoo

Question by Squash 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


LED Headboard Lamp Using AC (not battery)

I'd love to see an Instructable for a simple LED style reading lamp I can hang from the headboard of my bed. It should be AC powered so I don't have to worry about batteries; and it should give off just enough light so I can read by it without disturbing the spouse. All the lamps I see appear to be too bulky, too bright or are battery powered. I want something small I can reach over my head and flick on and off, as needed, with just enough light to read by.

Topic by NE-Phil 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


where can i get a CRE LED DRIVER CHIP?

I am interested in getting driver chips for CREE LED LAMPS. I would like to get hi power  source of 6000 --- 8000 lumen s LED lamp for using as a projection lamp. I would like any novel ideas or suggestions.

Question by fxaugustine 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Can i replace lcd tv lamps with led system? And how can i link with control main card for swish on off?

Can i replace lcd tv lamps with led system? And how can i link with control main card for swish on off??

Question by mohammad_hasan 5 months ago


what kind of paper can i use for LED Paper-Craft Lamp?

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Question by fionna_o7 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Need ideas for a lamp in my kitchen!

Hi guys! i was thinking about making a lamp for my kitchen.. just for fun! but i got limited resources - i dont have a dremel and so on.. but i have a soldering iron on stuff! so i was thinking about making some sort of LED lamp.. but then the next thing.. they run on 12v DC and here in denmark we have 220v AC in our wires.. so is it possible to get some sort of transformer? well im looking forward to suggestions! thanks!

Topic by Mathiasdue 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Recharge rechargeable battery with a led battery powered lamp?

I am making a lamp cordless using batteries and low poer 12v led strip. My question is can i somehow connect a solar cell so as the light hits it recharges the rechargables batteries that will actually power the lamp. So I dont have to take batteries out and recharge them every few days or week? 

Question by jjb82177 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago