Amber LEDs for a Nolan P1 countdown

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Ei luj

New Member
Here's what has been developed over quite a while (due to the big move, etc.)

Predwolf wanted some amber LEDs that would brighten and dim added to the Nolan P1.

I had to get creative and a) design the circuit with as few parts as possible and :lol: figure a way to add it without having to redo the existing layout of the Nolan P1.

I found a relatively empty corner of the board and squeezed it in.

The board fits in the right corner of the Nolan P1:

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Side view of standoffs and insulation:

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End view:

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Video of the whole thing running:

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(more blinkenlights )

Ei'luj
 

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Ei luj

New Member
MasterAnubis, Pred666...

many thanks, at one point I thought I'd never get it small enough & fit in there. Lotsa going on...

I just checked, and if I wanted to add it to the other P1 board- for the P1 Deluxe- it won't fit... it sticks 1/4" over the end of the board :0

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xdmray

Well-Known Member
looks good Julie. but since it is raised, and towards the bottom, how far is it going to stick out of the lid?
 

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Ei luj

New Member
xdmray,

the little spacer under the daughterboard raise it about 3/8" higher than the main board.

Predwolf is building/designing a gaunt around the board, and thus the LED height can be figured in.

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Ei luj

New Member
many thanks Torredator :)

dimension correction: it should be 3/16" higher, not 3/8" :0

(need more coffee in A.M. lol )

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Pau22

New Member
Hola, soy José de España, estoy buscando la plantilla de computadora para conectar un circuito. Alguien sabe dónde puedo encontrarlo.
 

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