L.E.D Bracelet

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Introduction: L.E.D Bracelet

About: I'm a student, studying Engineering. I'm learning electronics, robotics, wood working and science in general. I enjoy hacking and disassembling as much as designing...I love cooking, Travelling, Hiking and ...

A L.E.D bracelet won't only look good in your hand, it will also come handy in dark places or to pull attention of other people during night walk.

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Step 1: TOOLS AND PARTS !!


Parts
1. 10 white leds
2.15 cm thin copper wire.
3.2 button cell
4.black tape
5. soldering wire

Tools
1.soldering iron
2.hot glue gun

Step 2: Lets Start !

Take two copper wire, leaving 2 cm from one end, put a small drop of solder on the wire and keep repeating it.

Than cut the led wire leaving 1 cm from top and fold the wires outside so that its easy to solder the leds on the copper wire. Solder all the leds from both side.

Start winding soldering wire on the bracelet.

Then twist the ends of the copper wire like shone in the image to wear the bracelet.

Step 3: Power It Up.

I have used 2 button cell to power it up.
use some black tape and small pieces of copper wire to make a small battery pack.

Using some hot glue, glue the battery with the bracelet connecting the positive with bracelet and leaving negative out.

so every time you want to use it just wear it and connect the negative wire with the bracelet.

Thank you.

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    artworker
    artworker

    6 years ago on Introduction

    nice idea! Many will say "you should use a joule thief"!