Effects of Led's

Place:Banjarapalya e4d maker space.


CD player

LED light

Toy motor

9v battery


soldering gun


plastic tape

wire cutter.

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Step 1: Fix the LED in the Old CD

First take one CD and make holes in the CD and take LED´s fix all the led's to the CD as shown in the photo.

Step 2: Soldering the LED´s

First take the LED and solder all the positive sides and take LED's negative side and solder it as shown in the image.

Step 3: Fix the Motor to the CD

Take the one water bottle cap and fix it to the CD using hot glue.and hole the bottle cap and take one motor and fix the bottle cap as shown in the image.

Step 4: Fix the Bettery and Rotate the LED´s

After fixing the motor fix the battery to the motor and take one coin cell and fix to the LED´s.

Finally your project is done.

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    2 Discussions


    2 years ago

    Hi, nice project. You just connected every thing in serial? All the LED's anode with the motor plus, and same with the minus. No resistor?



    4 years ago on Introduction

    This is actually a neat idea! Love how you used the motor from a CD player.