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 Post subject: fader as power led
PostPosted: 13.07.2007 05:10 
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Hey, I would like to use the colorfade circuit as a power LED throbber. I would like to use it so that it throbs when the computer is on standby, and lights up solid when the computer powers on. I think I could build the circuit no problem, but figuring out how to make it stay on when the computer comes on has me stumped. Can anyone help?


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Should not be harder than that. Two possibilities and the second one looks mighty easy to do. :)

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Awesome, that's exactly what I was looking for. Any suggestions on what I should use for that diode?


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Shouldn't matter that much. Just use whatever signal diode you can find as it doesn't need to be a power diode.

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Great, thanks. It will be a couple of months still before I get this done, but I'll post how it goes.

Thanks!


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