LED dot light, single
These lights were taken down when I moved out of my first apartment.
A single four chip white LED in a small plastic box, used as a dot light.
In my old apartment I used these small dot lights under shelves above my desk. If mounted close to the wall they give a cool cone effect, not terribly bright but pretty decorative and not intrusive. And they are really easy to make; one LED, resistor and a small plastic box, 10 minutes, tops. Powered by: 5V.
They also fit nicely at the top of a window frame, shining light down on the window post. Here is an image example using a 5mm LED.
- Warn white
- UV (black light)
|1 ×||Enclosure, plastic (1551), 35x35x15mm|
|1 ×||LED 10mm clear, White, 3.4V, 80mA, 11lm, 50°|
|1 ×||Metal bracket, 15x25mm|
|1 ×||Resistor, metal film, 0.6W, 22 Ω, 1%|
|2 m||Wire, stranded, 0.22mm2, Grey|
|2 m||Wire, stranded, 0.22mm2, Yellow|