|Dec 10, 2008, 11:41 AM|
Omg! Led's On A Plane!
So, question -
I have an Air Hogs U-Build it, and being winter here, it gets dark around 5:30-6:00... I get off work at 5:30, and don't get home until 5:40-5:45.
So, I want to put LED's on my plane to see it in the dark.
Here's my question-
Would it be easier to A
Hook the LED's to my motor wires, which would draw curent from the motor of an already under-powered plane, or
Use 2 1.5 volt (small watch) batteries and the LED's?
I want one on each wing tip, and one on the tail, so 3 in total, probably parralell.
|Dec 11, 2008, 11:20 AM|
well, I tried using 2 watch batteries on the plane, 3 volts, for 2 LED's in parralell, a hair too heavy...
I could definately to it in a series with a switch, straight into the battery mains with resistors... Maybe a POT? How small do pots come in? Variable so I can turn the lights up and down... Needs to be teeny tiny, smaller than a watch battery.
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