Making Diy Ring Light. Help? Answered
Ok at the moment i'm working on a Diy Ring Light.
I will try to be as detailed as possible.
The light source i'm using is from an old LED light box that has over 204 leds in a array 17x12 matrix
I am using a Old circle fan outer shell for the ring shape and i already made the outer casing.
My problem is i am trying to wire these leds off of the matrix and in separate rows.
My plan is wire these leds in a circle and connect the ends to the LED light box controller.
Basically take the box led shape and make it into a circle. At the moment the leds are attached to the board. I have desoldered all of them almost and i have figured out the positive led and negative led. As long as i wire the positive leds in a row and negative in its own row with paper clips and then connect it back up to the positive wire and negative wire on the controller i should have it working?
Is there something else i need to do? It will be powered by the wall because the controller has its own dc input and i have the correct power supply for it.
I will provide pictures if needed. i hope this is enough info to help you guys help me. Thanks.