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Electronics Needed: Someone to make throbber circuit

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Captain Slug, 8 Feb 2005.

  1. Captain Slug

    Captain Slug Infinite Patience

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    I need an adjustable dual output 12V throbber circuit made, similar to the one in this article.

    http://www.bit-tech.net/article/78
    I would like the optional continuous/throbbing switch integrated so that I can switch each output. I would prefer that this switch be done with a jumper so that if required I could easily convert it to a toggle switch later on.

    Could anyone do this or recommend someone on this forum that does make custom circuits?
     
  2. devenfore

    devenfore LANCandy

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    all you need to do wire it so that the +12v either goes straight to the lights, or through the circuit. You should be able to do this very easily with a toggle stitch. GL. If you need more help, maybe I will post a modified schematic later.

    It's even kind of shown what you want to do on the link.. isnt it?
     
  3. c.cam108

    c.cam108 New Member

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    What is it that you are wanting?

    I think you have asked for a throbber circuit. The one in your link is what you need. You answered your own question! :confused:

    If not, can you explain.

    Thanks

    _C
     
  4. Captain Slug

    Captain Slug Infinite Patience

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    I want this
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    Integrated with this as a jumper setting
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    And I need someone to physically make it for me because I don't have steady enough hands to do it myself. This unit will be integrated into a single box with a CCFL inverter. The first Output will be driving the CCFL inverter, and the second output will be driving 12V LED Arrays. All as a part of this project.
    http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=73574
     
  5. Captain Slug

    Captain Slug Infinite Patience

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    Oh well. I guess I'll have to live without it or wait until i can do it myself.
     
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