Introduction: Led Super Bright
Hey Everyone! In this video I'll show you how to make your own simple inductor joule thief, in just under 10 minutes! This circuit is so simple, even those not familiar with electronics can try it out as their first project!
How is this Joule Thief different? Unlike most other joule thief circuits, this circuit uses a standard inductor. Hence there is no need to salvage a toroid and wind wire away to glory. The circuit is super simple, can easily be assembled on a breadboard, or can be soldered onto really tiny PCBs, if you want... I have made a video, explaining all you need to know about a Joule Thief, along with the circuit and more...
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Step 1: Led Light Super Bright
1.Follow the schematics and solder the circuit as shown
chek diferent coils for high brightnes and low curent
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