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PostPosted: 23.12.2002 05:41 
Does anyone know the proper voltage comming into microsoft LED's? I have the Microsoft laser mouse with roll bar, and side buttons for web browsing. I opened my mouse up and I see two LED's, one for the laser itself and another for show. The one for show is a lower voltage because the LED I hooked up to it glowed less then it did when I attached it to the laser side. I have 3 different types of LED's; 3.7 Volt Blue, 5 v Blue, and 2.1 v Green. The Greens are the only ones that lite up when I attached them, and dimly at that Any help with Mirosoft mouses or LED's would be appreciated


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PostPosted: 23.12.2002 09:39 
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I don't know what the voltages are, but you could bind out using a multimeter and testing each led.


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PostPosted: 23.12.2002 12:36 
SHIIIIIIIIIT!!!!!

I'm a lazy ass stoner that just wants his mouse to look cooler then his friends... I didnt want to have to put any actual EFFORT into this... DAMN


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PostPosted: 23.12.2002 13:34 
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To find out how much volt the leds are receiving you take a multimeter and set it to "volt" (or whatever it's called on your multimeter) and then place the "sticks" to each pole where the led are soldered.

Ohh, do I have to mention that the mouse must be on/connected to the computer to do this? :wink:

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PostPosted: 23.12.2002 22:29 
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Anonymous wrote:
SHIIIIIIIIIT!!!!!

I'm a lazy ass stoner that just wants his mouse to look cooler then his friends... I didnt want to have to put any actual EFFORT into this... DAMN
Then just throw in a led and hope for the best


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PostPosted: 25.12.2002 00:42 
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hot glue and a glass marble work good

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