Colorful LEDs on a cute PCB with wires. Useful for connecting to the breadboard to blink some lights.Designed by Radomir Dopieralski, Ships from Switzerland
Notice: I have run out of parts for those kits, having made nearly 100. Thank you everyone for your interest, it's a great pleasure to have one's project be used by so many people. I have ordered m...Read More…
Notice: I have run out of parts for those kits, having made nearly 100. Thank you everyone for your interest, it's a great pleasure to have one's project be used by so many people. I have ordered more parts, but it will be a few weeks before they arrive, so I won't have any new kits ready until half of November. Sorry.
Also, the latest batch uses bluish/purple/uv LEDs in place of white, because the white ran out first.
It's just a bunch of colorful LEDs on a printed circuit board, with wires suitable for connecting to a breadboard.
When you experiment with new microcontrollers or generally anything that outputs a signal, it's useful to be able to see that signal as a LED. However, connecting a LED and a resistor is too much hassle. This board removes the hassle by giving you six LEDs already with the correct resistors.
You get the PCB with the bite marks, six resistors, six different colors of LEDs, and wires. You will need to clean the edges of the PCB, separate the wires and strip the insulation from their ends, and solder everything together (the LED cathode goes on the outside). It only takes a moment and it's good practice for soldering SMD parts.
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