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High Power LED Torch out of Spray Can [Project]
posted November 3 2014 17:58.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The Cree XLamp CXA1507 is a very nice piece of light source but requires 18 volts to light. Marco used the MCP1630 chip to boost the voltage from 5 AA batteries to get the required voltage. And then he use an empty spray can and lots of imagination to make a cool flash light!








Schematics and code in this link

[Link: Marco Franciosi]
 
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