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PostPosted: 07.12.2004 22:31 
I am having a little hard time understanding the cirquit, and I find i even harder to understand how remove the other led so that I only have 1 led left... :oops:

could you meg med a shematic that is easyer to follow, and mark the resistor wich should be replaced with a pot-meter.

(btw how many ohm should the pot meter be at to have a chanse of regulating from very slow to very fast?)

I am planning to put this in my mouse, and I am hoping that I with your help can get this mod finished by 18/12, because then I am leaving for my cristmas vacation...


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PostPosted: 07.12.2004 22:46 
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PostPosted: 07.12.2004 22:50 
thanks...
it was the resistor with that had its value marked in blue that I should replace with a pot meter?

and is there any tings I should be careful about with the transistor?


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PostPosted: 07.12.2004 23:15 
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"30 microfarad condensator and the resistor marked with blue 100k control the speed of the fading. You can replace the 100 kilo ohm resistor with 100k linear potentiometer so you can adjust the speed any time."

Why I do even bother to write these articles? Nobody seems to be interested about the text...

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PostPosted: 07.12.2004 23:32 
i find them very intresting, but somtimed you don't writ the necescerry info to modify your mods, or so to speak..

and this is also electronics, and I know it skould really be simple, but I am going my first year groundcouse electro, and I am probably the best stutent in my class i elecrtonics, but I stil find that schematic hard to understand... (I'm a bit slow in that uncertain way)

but our teacher has had to take things slow, so I am afraid that I haven't benn tought all I shold know by now...

Please ceep on writing articles :)


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PostPosted: 09.12.2004 01:03 
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i dont know why people dont read the articles, it seams like for every article you write, there is at least one person who will ask a question that easily could have been answered if they just have read a little. and thats my input.


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PostPosted: 10.12.2004 02:17 
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japala wrote:
"30 microfarad condensator and the resistor marked with blue 100k control the speed of the fading. You can replace the 100 kilo ohm resistor with 100k linear potentiometer so you can adjust the speed any time."

Why I do even bother to write these articles? Nobody seems to be interested about the text...

Next time upload only pics ;)

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PostPosted: 18.12.2004 08:12 
hi, It's me again...

my cirquit is complete'n stuff, but the led only fades in, it doesn't fade in, out, in, og and so on..

can you tell me whats wrong, or could it be several things?


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PostPosted: 18.12.2004 08:14 
hi, It's me again...

my cirquit is complete'n stuff, but the led only fades in, it doesn't fade in, out, in, og and so on..

can you tell me whats wrong, or could it be several things?


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PostPosted: 18.12.2004 08:18 
hi, It's me again...

my cirquit is complete'n stuff, but the led only fades in, it doesn't fade in, out, in, og and so on..

can you tell me whats wrong, or could it be several things?


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Posting the same question 3 times in a row has always been a good way to get a speedy response.

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There seems to be some sort of problem in the forum program, 'couse i have had a triple postings also....


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how many times do u clik submit??

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Once... I'm using firefox 1.0 if that is relevant...

Edit: It gives me some weird error message....


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PostPosted: 20.12.2004 06:14 
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im using firefox as well. i also got that error message. i guess when that message comes up, that means that the message got posted or sumthin. i dunno. LMAO

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