Heavy/Scratch: Just LED for Voyager Prime

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  1. KooF

    KooF Well-Known Member

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    This is my TFTM voyager prime, and again...jus mod for the led works. Hope u all like it....
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    The bumper is drilled using 2mm bits. Behind of it, i solder with tiny blue led for each hole. I think tis is the smallest led. I used the handphone led.
    THose old school "black and white screen" phone, u can take it apart from there if u hav any, or mayb if u can stil find it on the market, jus buy.

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    But i think it is very rare, all my tiny led is finish used up, due to all of tat stuff is my old stock, long time nvr visit those handphone sparepart shop.

    Also added 4 led for the waist area, as wat i did for the leader prime. This is much more easier. Jus unscrew the blue scope, cut the plastic, and make 2 tiny hole on the prime's red body part from side, there for inserting the led leg to hold it in place, no glue needed.

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    Tis is how i did it, jus simply draw it out to show u guys, due to my wiring stuff is nicely in place...i lazy to dismantle it and snap a pic....hope tis will help u guys a little bit more. The red rod i draw actually is the led rod, after we cut from the headlights we've done, dun throw the remaining rod. Line it up and solder it into line shape, glue it in place. Haha, then u can slowly lineup and solder ur SMD LED to der, but u have to do it quick and nice, those SMD led can't accept too much of heat. Good lucks !!!

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  2. bakublade

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    That is really cool looking
     
  3. KooF

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    Haha, thx, but unfortunately i dunno how to paint....not perfect mod with no paint.....
     
  4. Toby

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    Cool electronic job!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Bern

    Bern Pathetic fools!

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    Holy crap thats amazing work with those tiny LEDs!
     
  6. encline

    encline customizer of love TFW2005 Supporter

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    wow man!!! what is the power source?
     
  7. KooF

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    thx alot....

    Thx.....tat is only my inspiration while i cant get the fiber optic.....

    Oh, i running all my led's toy with external power source= 2 x AA battery, for now. By making a cable with male/female adaptor. The cable is hide inside the hood. But before tat i use 2x 3v (cr 2016) lithium coin cell to power-on it...(1 cell is not bright enough)it can easily be-hide within the hood. As we know, there is a huge storage under the hood. Haha, and the swith u can store beneath the bumper...d voltage of those tiny led is same as 3mm led...so there is no resistor needed. Encline, ur works is truely amazing. Love to see ur custom.
     
  8. encline

    encline customizer of love TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thanks Koof!!! I like to use those little coin cell batteries.

    Man, you did a lot of soldering on this little dude! I hope to see you give your hand a painting! You obviously have the patience for it!!!!
     
  9. KooF

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    Yeah!! i know those little coin cell, as u did to ur LDR prime's arm. I did the same things too, but for long term display, i change all my mod to external power source, once it is drained, need no to unscrew for replacement....haha....honestly i really patient enough for electronic but paint, really dun have the guts. But anyhow, one day later i will really try, because i really like to see all those nice repaint.
     
  10. bellyboy

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    wow
    its a flash light op :) 

    and i think those r not leds (the small ones u used on the grill ) they r called smd -Surface-mounted device


    i think i'll try it on mine
     
  11. GerardusMaximus

    GerardusMaximus Deceptocreep

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    Man excellent electronic set-up!
     
  12. TCracker

    TCracker おもちゃは今とても暑いです

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    woah! I would LOVE to have the schematics for this LED setup.
     
  13. KooF

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    Yeah, it might be useful when electicity is down, can be a temporary flash lights. :p , btw i check via google, it is called SMD LED.

    Thx...........

    Ah, jus post some of my so-called schematics for u, it isn't complete, jus show u how i solder it, and the power source wiring u hav to place as how u like it.....hope tis can help u a little bit.
     
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    :thumbs2: :thumbs2: 
    Good try!!!
     
  15. fallenkia

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    Malaysia boleh!!!
     

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