This is a very simple and easy to make all-purpose LED light. It runs on AC and gives a very bright light.
You can use 12 to 24 White, extra bright LED’s of 8mm-30mA with this circuit.
My friend qs helped me with the design of this circuit. I specially thank him for his help.
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Step 1: Part List..
One Non polar condenser 0.33uF / 400 volts or more.
Four 1N4007 Diodes for Bridge rectifier.
One Condenser 100uF to 250uF- 50 volts or more.
One Resistance 1K-1Watt.
12 or up to 24 Bright White LED’s of 8mm – 30mA.
Wire solder etc……..
Step 2: Construction..
Here I have used a CD plastic box and an old CD to mount the12 LED’s.
I used the round pointed tip of my Soldering Iron to punch holes on the CD to fix the LED’s.
The parts of the Circuit go on a flat plastic sheet, placed under the CD.
Step 3: The Circuit..
Solder the parts of the circuit on a plastic sheet such as
an old ATM Bank card as shown in the diagram.
Take care to place a non-conductive sheet between the
LED and the circuit, to avoid short circuit.
Step 4: Enjoy
Plug in to the 220 volts AC Mains and Enjoy…………