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Rechargeable LED Lantern Circuit Using Dynamo

In this post we study a simple rechargeable LED lantern circuit which features battery charging option from a dynamo as well as from a mains 220V source. The idea was requested by Mr. Chidimonday. Technical Specifications I like what you doing here, i have even put in work some of your circuit and it functioned … Read moreRechargeable LED Lantern Circuit Using Dynamo

Sequential Timer Circuit using Transistors

In this post we learn to make a simple sequential timer generator circuit which can be used for getting a sequential triggering of a connected load, or can be simply used like a sequential LED bar graph effect generator, using only transistors. The idea was requested by Mr Babusan.  Technical Specifications Is it possible i … Read moreSequential Timer Circuit using Transistors

Simple Scrolling RGB LED Circuit

A simple RGB (Red, Green, Blue) moving or scrolling LED display can be made using a few 4017 ICs. Let’s learn the procedure in detail. Understanding RGB LED RGB LEDs have become quite popular these days due to its three-in-one color feature, and because these can be driven independently using three distinct supply sources. I … Read moreSimple Scrolling RGB LED Circuit

CREE XM-L T6 LED Driver Circuit – Specifications and Practical Application

This article explains how to illuminate a Cree XM-L T6 LED using a current controlled driver circuit while the supply input is from a battery, or in case a mains SMPS is intended as the driver unit. The idea was requested by Mr. Jaco. Technical Specifications Thanks for the great advice and circuits! Have you … Read moreCREE XM-L T6 LED Driver Circuit – Specifications and Practical Application

Make this 2 Pin Bi-Color LED Flasher Circuit

This transformerless mains power supply circuit will allow flashing of a Bi-color 100 LED string, in an alternately switching red, green effect. Using 2-pin Bi-color LEDs The proposed circuit can be used as a Bi-color LED flasher, for generating an alternate red, green flashing effect over a string of 100 LEDs.     Bi-color LEDs … Read moreMake this 2 Pin Bi-Color LED Flasher Circuit

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