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Re: LED stripe repair
« Reply #15 on: August 23, 2017,09:24:55 »
hi fellow techs i have been selling these flip leds past 2 years (first tech to do so ;) ) i supply quick  instructions with my led kits, to trade, and  on top they so easy to change rather then cut pieces of old led strips , anyon needs hints o tips let me know :)

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Re: LED stripe repair
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Re: LED stripe repair
« Reply #16 on: February 06, 2020,08:52:44 »
Further to my recent escapade with a LG backlight I played around with a LED strip tester circuit I found on the internet,  works from 6V up to at least 12V, it has current limiting and a 3V DC out as well as the HV. Works a treat,  I designed it for 'through hole' standard components on a 1.6 x 2.6" pcb. Planning of adding a El' Cheapo'  LCD dual volt ammeter and running it from rechargeable.

Lol, the darn thing I thought wasn't working until I grabbed the output terminal... this was on a 6V supply, a connection to the LED strip came off - I soon let go of the 175 V lead!

I'll be  happy to share the layout and tracking ready for printing if any one is interested. This ought save a lot of hassle with tripping tellies.

« Last Edit: February 06, 2020,09:00:18 by Davy »


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