Lamp Charging Station

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Introduction: Lamp Charging Station

Robot Charging Station

This lamp again uses a lot of pieces and parts found in my dads shop.

1-4x4 electrical box

1 outlet/switch cover

3-1/2 t's

4-1/2" 90's

2-1/2 st.45's

2-1/2" caps

9-1/2" close nipples

1 computer power cord

2-1/2" wire clamps

1-switch

1-outlet.

misc lamp parts

The shade is from an old desk lamp

Again the plug has power all the time and the light can be turned on and off with the switch.

This is intended to be a nightstand lamp and charger for your phone etc.

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    3 Discussions

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    pledbetter
    pledbetter

    Question 12 months ago on Introduction

    Do you not have any instructions??? It's a very cool idea, but I just need to know what kind of cord you have going from the item to the wall and how it is connected inside the electrical box.

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    pandamopeds13
    pandamopeds13

    5 years ago

    Suggestion if using to charge phone, etc... cough up some cash for a usb outlet. Little less bulky; no big plugs just a simple cable.

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    pandamopeds13
    pandamopeds13

    Reply 5 years ago

    *edit: just saw your red robot one with the usb...