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LED FLASHING KIT

CAT # LEDKIT (7 Reviews) Write a Review

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Product Description
Two L.E.D.'s flash in unison when a 9 volt battery is attached. This kit includes a p.c. board, all the parts and instructions to make a simple flasher circuit. A quick and easy project for anyone with basic soldering skills.

Note: Kits cannot be returned or exchanged once assembly has begun.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
(This item was manufactured prior to August 31st, 2018)

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Customer Reviews (7 Reviews)

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Educational Kit

Reviewer: from PLANTATION, FL US

Buy 10 to 20 of these every semester for use in the "soldering" section of my basic electronics class. Very simple to construct but conveys the basics of p.c. board soldering and part placement. Kit has always worked and is now considered to be manditory for successful completion of class. In the semester ending in December, the Red and Green LED's give a nice Christmas touch.

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Easy and Fun

Reviewer: from Kalamazoo

This was a fun and easy soldering project for the kids in the Kalamazoo ARC Youth Group. A fairly easy project, and a little more than basic soldering skills are required.

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Equations for "Unusual Design"

Reviewer: from Third Star from the left

t1 = 0.69R1C (Cap charge time till 555 Out H>L)
t2 = 0.96RpC (Cap discharge time till 555 Out L>H)

Where R1 = 120K, R2 = 33K,
Rp = R1||R2 = 26K

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Unusual design!!

Reviewer: from Medford, OR

This kit is easy to assemble. It uses a 555 but the circuit is not the usual astable design (with a resistor between pins 8 and 7 and a resistor between pins 7 and 6 & 2). Your design has a resistor between pins 8 and 6 & 2 and a resistor between pins 6 & 2 and 7.

Why is the design different?
Can I use the regular formulas to calculate frequency and duty cycle?

Thank you for nice product!!!

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Great kit for BSA electronics merit badge

Reviewer: from OH USA

This kit works well for meeting several of the electronics merit badge requirements. Scouts will learn about the components, how to solder, and circuit operation.

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