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Open 7400 prize: Stair lighting controller kit and 10 stair lights from Hacked Gadgets

Posted on Thursday, September 27th, 2012 in 7400 contest, contest by DP

Hacked Gadgets donated a stair lighting controller kit and 10 stair lights to the Open 7400 Logic Competition. Get your entry in and this and other cool hardware can be yours.

This is a Stair Lighting Controller board and all components that are needed to assemble it. These parts will need to be soldered onto the board before use. Please note that the controller does not come with any LED Stair Lights these will have to be purchased individually depending on the number of stairs you have. The kit can power any 5 volt 20mA stair lights, each of the 10 outputs can power up to two of this type of stair light.

Thank you to Hacked Gadgets for sponsoring the 2012 Open 7400 Logic Competition!

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3 Responses to “Open 7400 prize: Stair lighting controller kit and 10 stair lights from Hacked Gadgets”

  1. Jim says:

    wow, Got to get me one of these Stair lighting controllers!

  2. MrWizzard says:

    Many different possibilities. Love this stair lighting controller kit!

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