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Modding blue ring lit power button? who posted about one

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Seth, 6 Aug 2002.

  1. Digital Fodder

    Digital Fodder What's a Dremel?

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    wow, didnt your mother ever tell you that if you dont have something nice to say then not to say anything? You may have a hate against him but there was / is no solid proof of what he did. It seems though you trying to distory this guy at every chance you get :sigh: - just my opinion on the subject but then again im very forgiving.
     
  2. Seth

    Seth What's a Dremel?

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    I don't have enough of a problem with you that I loose sleep and I don't mind you posting but I would hope in the future you use more security when it comes to your servers and such so this will not happen again.
    I will give you the benefit of the doubt.
     
  3. Risky

    Risky Modder

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    All very theroretical about tools and modding, but last time I looked the site was simply selling unmodified red and green switches at a mark-up. Can you reminf us what the added value is on these models?
     
  4. kenco_uk

    kenco_uk I unsuccessfully then tried again

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    Cheese, I'm ferreting around trying to find some of these switches.. I'm guessing Farnell don't have these anymore as the links don't work and a search on their site reveals they only stock the Bulgin ones.

    Deltron do the Blue Bulgin one's, but you have to order 25 at least, although the price isn't too bad at £7-odd each.

    Do you know of anywhere that sell them individually?

    Many thanks :)
     
  5. jay

    jay What's a Dremel?

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    Did "SETH" ever get/fit these I hope so coz we all like a happy ending :D
     
  6. Seth

    Seth What's a Dremel?

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    no I never got them. maybe someone will send me some out of pitty.

    I would like a blue one.. someone please ... send me one lol I will pay for it.
     
  7. jay

    jay What's a Dremel?

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    A bit off topic but this one of the longest theards I`ve ever s`in on hear ,& hope you get some soon maybe for christmas :sigh:
     
  8. jay

    jay What's a Dremel?

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    it is cold hear in UK -iglo-canada must be :brrr:
     
  9. Smilodon

    Smilodon The Antagonist

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    i haven't read the entire post, but www.elfa.se have vandal resistant (?) buttons with light... they even have blue ones... :)



    search for 35-072-66

    blue one.. it's 24 volts though.. :\
     
  10. bsodmike

    bsodmike Banned

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    Hole enlarged to 20mm via stepdrill bit!

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    For more images and complete wiring click here - I used a 150ohm resistor, using 5v as source.
     
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  11. Phire

    Phire Performance-PCs.com

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    why didn't you just use the PWR led header from your mobo?
    It's 3.3v, and thats what the bulgin uses.....
     
  12. bsodmike

    bsodmike Banned

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    The bulgin has a 2v led iirc? I just wanted to be on the safe side and this way I'm 100% sure it gets 20mA all the time ;)
     

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