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Tiny RGB stick string lighting

Posted on Friday, February 22nd, 2013 in project logs by DP

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Pfriedel posted his RGB stick blinking lights in the project log forum:

So to keep my iron hot and to give me something to keep practicing working with SMD devices, I’m about to order a run of about 30 tiny little 14x50mm stick blinkenlights. I figure as I finish them they’ll end up hanging over my desk or end up being used as some form of artificial dawn alarm clock over my bed. The first OSH prototype looks like the one on the right of this picture

Via the forum.

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