This is a Jar of Fireflies Fully assembled or as a Kit with PCBDesigned by gilmanb, Ships from United States of America
Jar of Fireflies! This is a Jar of Fireflies as described in multiple Instructables and online. I made them as center pieces for my wedding and am now selling them on Tindie :). While other people ...Read More…
Jar of Fireflies!
This is a Jar of Fireflies as described in multiple Instructables and online. I made them as center pieces for my wedding and am now selling them on Tindie :). While other people show you how to create these using vero board or some kind of off the shelf smd protoboard. I took the time to layout a small PCB for an Atmel attiny 85v that comes fully programmed and ready to go. I also believe it will last on a 1Amp hour (cr123a) battery for 6-8 months. Finally, I've become really good at soldering those teeny tiny 0603 LEDs to the 38awg magnet wire and smd components to the board saving you the time and hassle.
The product comes in three versions:
Fully assembled in a mason jar with PCB hot glued and tiny 0603 led's connected and working or
As a fully assembled PCB only. you supply the mason jar, LEDs, and solder them to wires or
As a kit that comes with everything you need except the mason jar - you solder all the parts.
*code available upon request
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Paul | July 6, 2017
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I'm an entrepreneur in healthcare who always enjoyed electronics as a kid. I started out with heathkits, crystal radios, and blinking LEDs and expanded my horizons in school building computers for fun. In my adult life, I find building and designing circuits a fun hobby to challenge my problem solving skills and engage a different part of my brain. I'll post boards I've designed and projects I love for you over time.