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June 18, 2012

DIY Wirelessly Charging LED Light made from PVC Plumbing Parts

at 7:54 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks



John Duffy built this Wirelessly Charging LED Light in a strong PVC Plumbing housing. It uses an inductive loop for charging which means the case can be made completely waterproof by permanently sealing the unit. Given that it is tiny and made from PVC it would be very robust. I am thinking that you could run over it with a car and it would suffer no damage.  He was inspired by a Make magazine article to build his version, if you are inspired by his creation please see the design details here (PDF).




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4 Responses to “DIY Wirelessly Charging LED Light made from PVC Plumbing Parts”

  1. Andrew Cooper Says:

    Run it over with a can of what?


  2. Mini waterproof LED lanterns charge without wires - Hack a Day Says:

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  3. Alan Parekh Says:

    Thanks for catching that Andrew. 🙂

    A can of baked beans of course.

  4. Mark Says:

    Where did you learn all this at your age?!? I understand what you’re saying, i grew up w/ my dad being a MASTER Electrical Engineer, & I was the “Hold the light correctly & get yelled at when the soldering iron give me a 3rd degree burn” guy & he always would be explaining what he’s doing to me as he went…but wow…impressive…

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