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Ever Blooming Mechanical Tulip
DIY OFF GRID SOLAR SYSTEM
Steam Link Arcade
It's been about 6 years so my memory is a little fuzzy on the build ;-)I looked back through and found duncant20196's comment:"You could remove R3 and R4 in the circuit and move the green LED and connect the cathodes together. That would save quite a bit of time and a little bit of money!http://www.duncan-tempelmeyer.net/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/updated_instructable_led_resistor.jpg"I think this was where I found the schematic but the content is no longer available. I searched Google cached pages as well as as the Internet Wayback Machine but still could not find it for you :-/I'm pretty sure I used at least a 220-Ohm and 470-Ohm resistor for each LED. Beyond that, I cannot recall if there were additional 220-Ohm resistors used. I hope this is somewhat helpful.
Making a Nintendo SNES controller into bluetooth; using an MSI BGP100