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==LED Array==
==LED Array==
* We went part shopping. We began by experimenting with two LEDs in series on a 6v tension. However, due to technical issues (soldering mainly), we found that connecting each LED directly to the power source is a much more robust mechanism. Thus, we are connecting everything in parallel on a 3v tension rig. We will place individual switches per pair of LEDs and maybe a timer next to it, and the contraption should be in working condition.
* We went part shopping. We began by experimenting with two LEDs in series on a 6v tension. However, due to technical issues (soldering mainly), we found that connecting each LED directly to the power source is a much more robust mechanism. Thus, we are connecting everything in parallel on a 3v tension rig. We will place individual switches per pair of LEDs and maybe a timer next to it, and the contraption should be in working condition.
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  • We went part shopping. We began by experimenting with two LEDs in series on a 6v tension. However, due to technical issues (soldering mainly), we found that connecting each LED directly to the power source is a much more robust mechanism. Thus, we are connecting everything in parallel on a 3v tension rig. We will place individual switches per pair of LEDs and maybe a timer next to it, and the contraption should be in working condition.


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