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LED 3x3x3 Cube

LED 3x3x3 Cube PUBLIC

This is a LED 3x3x3 cube circuit. The LED's Cathodes are soldered together in 3 rows, and the anodes are soldered 3 high in 9 columns. This particular cube will be connected to an arduino. 3 NPN...

by dan89156108 | updated January 05, 2013

3x3x3   arduino   cube   led   mosfet   npn  

Test: Simply a LED

Test: Simply a LED PUBLIC

Test circuit for a newbie in CL. LED “on” or blown? Have fun !

by Sancho_P | updated December 02, 2012

led   newbie  

機車用LED陣列

機車用LED陣列 PUBLIC

by b1254321 | updated November 19, 2012

led  

led

led PUBLIC

by shezi87 | updated October 14, 2012

led  

LED Resistor

LED Resistor PUBLIC

by olegyk | updated October 09, 2012

current-limiting   led   voltage-divider  

CT_to_digital_pin_with_indicator

CT_to_digital_pin_with_indicator PUBLIC

by Sergegsx | updated September 29, 2012

arduino   ct   digital   led  

Raspberry Pi LED Output

Raspberry Pi LED Output PUBLIC

Circuit showing how to control an LED from a Raspberry Pi GPIO pin configured as an output.

by MattHawkins | updated July 13, 2012

gpio   led   output   raspberry-pi   rpi  

240V_50Hz_LED lamp

240V_50Hz_LED lamp PUBLIC

The lamp is made using an dead CFL body. The lamp is already in place & working very fine with brightness equivalent to 40W incandescent lamp. The energy consumption is almost NIL, as the energy meter...

by k.rajnikant | updated May 27, 2012

bridge-rectifier   led   led-array  

Infrared Counting Circuit 1 Digit

Infrared Counting Circuit 1 Digit PUBLIC

A functioning counting circuit. While the space between the IR LED and the IR Phototransistor is unblocked the number stays. When blocked, it increments by one.

by lucasmoten | updated May 20, 2012

311   7414   7447   7490   count   infrared   led  

Light Sensitive Counter Circuit

Light Sensitive Counter Circuit PUBLIC

A possibly complete light sensitive counting circuit with 3 digits making use of 311, 7414, 7490, and 7447 ICs and 7-segment displays.

by lucasmoten | updated May 15, 2012

311   7-segment-display   7414   7447   7490   de-bounce   digital   led   phototransitor   schmitt-trigger  

LedDriveDC

LedDriveDC PUBLIC

Almost lossless LED powering circuit directly from mains (transformer-less)

by ettore_galli | updated April 27, 2012

led   lighting   lossless   lux-perpetua   mains   transformerless  

Renen's Blue LED (2.7V, 20mA)

Renen's Blue LED (2.7V, 20mA) PUBLIC

Attempting to model a blue high-intensity LED which draws about 20mA at 2.7V bias.

by mrobbins | updated April 20, 2012

device-modeling   diode   led  

Two LEDs: separate vs shared resistor

Two LEDs: separate vs shared resistor PUBLIC

Two LEDs driven by a shared vs separate resistors -- how does current split if the two LEDs are slightly different?

by mrobbins | updated April 05, 2012

diode   led  

JT Flashlight Conversion

JT Flashlight Conversion PUBLIC

by qs | updated April 02, 2012

flashlight   joule   joule-thief   led   light   thief  

LED Array Modul

LED Array Modul PUBLIC

by byutea | updated March 30, 2012

constan-current-source   led   led-array  

Variable Control By Light Control Circuit

Variable Control By Light Control Circuit PUBLIC

LED lights based upon resistance of photoresistor and potentiometer

by lucasmoten | updated March 30, 2012

led   npn   photoresistor   potentiometer  

My LED bulb

My LED bulb PUBLIC

This is my LED bulb which runs on AC 240V mains and is deployed on my porch. The LED used here are 8mm 0.5W 150mA bright White color.

by k.rajnikant | updated March 30, 2012

led   led-lamp   mains-led-bulb  

Common Anode - 7 Segment Display

Common Anode - 7 Segment Display PUBLIC

A basic diagram of a common anode 7-segment-display representing that all LEDs are powered by common voltage in.

by lucasmoten | updated March 27, 2012

7-segment-display   anode   ic   led  

Common Cathode - 7 Segment Display

Common Cathode - 7 Segment Display PUBLIC

A basic diagram of a common cathode 7-segment-display representing that all LEDs lead to ground. Resistors should typically be added between power and input pins.

by lucasmoten | updated March 27, 2012

7-segment-display   cathode   ic   led  

Basic LED Circuit

Basic LED Circuit PUBLIC

by lucasmoten | updated March 26, 2012

9v   battery   calculate   formula   led   ohms-law   resistor  

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