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Uploaded: 04.01.2008 03:06
Categories: Single case mods

Jacksoft - First Mod of my PC, the fin is for car, fade led effect made with a simple circuit found on the web (Astable Multivibrator) modi

First Mod of my PC, the fin is for car, fade led effect made with a simple circuit found on the web (Astable Multivibrator) modified to reproduce the effect.

http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=W3v4artcyUU


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13.10.2008 20:46 nanothe window seems to be stock
13.10.2008 20:29 verruwhat did you use to do windów
04.01.2008 15:43 JacksoftI've posted the schemes... @Japala: I know that with electronic all is possible, but sincerely I'm a noob and my way was the better can I do for me... :
04.01.2008 15:10 HochramThanks Japala, I know the circuit on metku but for some reasons ( that at the moment I don't rimember) I didn't tried it, so I was curious to see Jacksoft's one
04.01.2008 11:18 JapalaYou know, there are different transistors for different current needs. Use a power transistor in Metku's circuit and you can fade all the lights in your house with no problems. :)
04.01.2008 11:05 JacksoftUnfortunately that circuit of metku mods isn't good. It don't give the necessary power for led like the white and the blue and easily burn the transistors... Myne it's a bit more larger (by the capacitors) but I can assicure that works perfectly without problems... give me the time to install the program and I'll give you the schematic...
04.01.2008 08:47 JapalaGoogle for astable multivibrator. Results like http://www.play-hookey.com/digital/experiments/rtl_astable.html can be found. Fading can be done by adding a fairly large capacitor to the output. One can also use a dedicated circuit like this: http://metku.net/index.html?path=mods/colorfade/index_eng
04.01.2008 08:36 HochramCan you show us the circuit schematic? I've never found the way to pulse leds...