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July 6, 2009

Spinning LED Display using Fan Motor

at 2:38 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, Electronic Hacks


Csaba Bleuer has completed version 2 of his spinning LED display. Here is what version 1 of the spinning LED display looked like.

"Improvements are:
The rotation speed is 25/s instead of 7/s like in the earlier version, thanks to a cooling fan motor, which can give about 10W power and enough torque at 1800rpm. Also the power supplying is changed for the rotating part. It gets negative through the axe, positive through a sliding contact. The rotation speed is monitored, so the image does not collapse when it decreeses. "



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8 Responses to “Spinning LED Display using Fan Motor”

  1. mikheil Says:

    that is so cool i wish i had that much knowledge to replicate that
    but as a see you need to tweak something as i see image is blinking sometimes

  2. 28led Says:

    Very good ideas, I think if enough of the micro-motor, and I do not see video, why?

  3. Paul Says:

    @mikheil: I think the blinking is from the video capture, im pretty sure the naked eye wouldn’t see the flickering like that.

  4. LED Wave Display - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    […] in some pictures and a video of his new creation. It is a LED Wave Display. You might remember the Fan Motor Spinning LED Display of his that we featured here in the past. If you think this device looks similar you would be […]

  5. mahesh Says:

    hey dat is amazing…culd u plz tell me hw hav done it..i cn do it as a roject..

  6. Brett Says:

    I was wondering if you could post or email me a updated and clearly written schematic. I am attempting to read the schematic from your first project >> http://hackedgadgets.com/wp-content/2/rotating_LED_display_schematic.GIF << and am having difficulty reading certain parts of it.

    Thank you so Much! very awesome project by the way!

  7. Julee Says Says:

    I have really the same problem with Brett and i was wondering if you could email me a clearly full written schematic please.I really interested in your first project,it was very awesome,>> http://hackedgadgets.com/wp-content/2/rotating_LED_display_schematic.GIF << but it was difficult to read some part of it.By the way Thank you so much for sharing.

  8. denis Says:

    I was wondering if you could send e-mail, a scheme to date and clearly written. I’m trying to read the schema from the first project http://hackedgadgets.com/wp-content/2/rotating_LED_display_schematic.GIF <> and I’m having trouble reading certain parts of it.

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