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October 5, 2006

Antique Bike Light LED Mod

at 5:36 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Rob M. from Michigan bought some parts from our store and was nice enough to share the resulting project with us. His son Will has an antique bike on display, it has an old acetylene light on it that hasn’t produced any light for many years. A few well placed LED sure solved that problem. Rob documented the circuit that he designed and is available in the photos below. The end result looks great!

Parts that were used:
* 10mm super bright white LEDs
* 360 ohm resistors
* wire connectors
* wire
* transformer


 

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One Response to “Antique Bike Light LED Mod”

  1. MAKE: Blog Says:

    Antique bike light LED mod

    Alan writes – “Rob M. from Michigan bought some parts from our store and was nice enough to share the resulting project with us. His son Will has an antique bike on display, it has an old acetylene light…

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