Introduction: Chandelier

hi guys. here i`m going to show you to make an easy chandelier .it is cheap and beautiful and so powerful.

the important thing about this chandelier is that you can easily change the direction and amount of lightening by opening and closing the duke. do you remember old dukes? they will give you such opportunity

important materials:

50 * 1 watt LEDs + 50 small lenses

a driver for 50 LED ( should be 50 Watts)

old duke

car rotor start

Step 1: Rotor of Start of Car

fir you need to buy a car start ( just a rotor) which is not working and useless! it is less that 1 $ . then you will take it apart like the picture. actually these are LED heat sink and for more beauty.

Step 2: Heat Sink and LED

then mount the LESs on the heat sink. every 2 leds on one heat sink. then you would better to mount small lenses on them for more brightness.

Step 3: Instalation

next step is to install them on the duke and wiring them as in-structure of driver. usually you should series them.

Step 4: Driver

here we will install the driver wires.

Step 5: Finish

it work with 220 volt .it has 50 watts and you can enjoy of its lightening. you can close it to give you a focused lightening ,then you can open the duke in order to have a wide lightening.

Bear in mind that , it must be installed on the roof for better view and lighting.


thank you all and sorry for my bad English.

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    3 years ago

    this looks totally cool. I will try and make/adapt/modify or all woth the help of my 10yr old and 15yr old to teach them about electronics aswell. Thanks so much and this is a perfect example of positive internet sharing.


    Reply 3 years ago

    thank you for your mention. I am happy for your attention. good luck


    4 years ago

    This is pretty cool! Nice work :)


    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you ;-)