USB 10mm LED Lamp

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The USB 10 mm LED lamp was built with a USB cable, a 10mm LED, a mini round PCB, and a resistor of 43 Ohm.

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Step 1: List of Materials

1 USB Cable

1 Round mini PCB

1 10 mm Clear LED

1 Resistor of 43 Ohm

1 2" Heat Shrink tubing

Step 2: Schematic Diagram

Follow the diagram for completing your project successfully.

Step 3: Preparing the USB Cable

For preparing the USB cable, you should peel it and then removing the rest the wires by leaving the red and black one only.

Step 4: Place the Heat Shrink Tubing

Placing the heat shrink tubing, you can be sure that it won't be forgot of being used in the project.

Step 5: Insert the 10 Mm LED

After inserting the 10 mm LED, you should solder its pins on the round PCB.

Step 6: Soldering the Resistor of 43 Ohm

Solder the resistor of 43 Ohm.

Step 7: Assembling the Project

For assembling the project, you can use extra heat shrink tubing for adjusting better the connections.

Step 8: Completing the Project

For completing the project, slide the heat shrink tubing and heat it for adjusting it.

Step 9: Final Result

The final result is literally a flexible lamp that can be used in a laptop or USB charger.

Step 10: Using the Project

You can use the project with a laptop or USB charger.

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