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Date Posted by Category User IP

2017-01-15 (UTC)

K7ELP

Misc

72.8.123.125

LED LIGHTS

I have a number of LED projects
that I would like to give away. I
will describe them and if you
would like a picture let me know.
I am willing to pay shipping if
necessary, but I won't mind if the
taker of these objects sends some
funds for shipping.
1. Series string of orange LED's
for haloween, works from 90VDC,
powers supply is also available.
2. Some badges the outside
dimensions of a business card
(2"x3.5") thickness less than a
inch. All work
from coin cells: A the letters BOO
illuminated, orange LED's. There
are 3 different circuit boards.
The latest version has on circuit
board, this on has the LED's and
the timing ckts on one board.
The two other boards reguire 2 ckt
boards one for the display and one
for the timing. The timing
is adjustable on all the timing.
B the letters HOHO illuminated,
red
and green LED's. All letters are 1
inch high. Both badges have the
LED's flashing. This has two CKT
boards one for the display and one
for timing. The timing CKT board
will also drive two of the BOO
displays. All versions have an
on/off ckt board switch, and a
devise to pin to a
shirt,hat ets.
3. Two parallel strings of
Christmas lights with red,yellow,
and green LED's Each string works
off of
two size C batteries. The battery
holders and on/off switches are
inclued with each string.

I can be reached via email @
autoivins@sunrivertoday.com
Thanks for looking

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