... A few more: From Electronic Goldmine: and or put two of these in series:Message 1 of 86 , Oct 7, 2007View SourceDave Bell wrote:
> AZ Specter wrote:A few more:
>> Also- I'm having trouble finding the capacitor with that value- any
> You probably won't find one at Radio Shack. If you have a good
> electronics surplus house in your area, try there, before you buy at a
> major online supplier, like Digikey.com.
> Digikey has a 0.22 UF, 250 VDC disk ceramic for $1.07 ea in lots of 5.
> You should find one surplus for well under a dollar.
> Here's a good one (polyprop, better than ceramic, but usually more
> expensive) from Alltronics: <http://tinyurl.com/397h7m>
> This one would probably work fine, if a tiny bit dimmer:
> Or this one: <http://tinyurl.com/372d7y>
> Or you could use two of these in series (= .235 uF, 400 V):
From Electronic Goldmine: <http://tinyurl.com/2zlofh>
or put two of these in series: <http://tinyurl.com/29jrjl>
or these! <http://tinyurl.com/yp4znq> 8 caps/$1.00 = $0.25/circuit ...
Ahhh- ok- that s cool! Thanks! I ll let you know how it turns out! ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]Message 86 of 86 , Oct 29, 2007View SourceAhhh- ok- that's cool! Thanks! I'll let you know how it turns out!
On 10/29/07, dbell@... <dbell@...> wrote:
> > Huh- but- LEDs only work when the polarity is right. So- wouldn't it
> > matter
> > which line went to which ~ lead?
> > I just don't want to blow my LEDs out. ;)
> You will still have the LEDs connected to the + and - terminals, te same
> as before.
> The bridge is a set of four dteerinf diodes, and forces the output
> polarity to be + and -, no matter the input.
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