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LED Spindle Ring Specs

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Samuel Schnagglesworth, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. Samuel Schnagglesworth

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    I have a Spindle/Router LED Light Ring and one of the LED's is faulty.

    Spindle/Router LED Light Ring

    I believe i have they are SMD 5050 warm white led's, but I'm not sure. Does anyone know what the full specs are. Any info/links would be greatly appreciated, especially: Max Current, Forward Voltage, Color Temperature & Lumens/Watt

    Thanks
     
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  3. GrayUK

    GrayUK Openbuilds Team Elder
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    You'll probably be better-off getting in touch with the Folks at the Parts Dept. :)
    They sell the Ring and I'm pretty sure it is one of their items. :rolleyes:
     
  4. Peter Van Der Walt

    Peter Van Der Walt OpenBuilds Team
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    Any generic 5050 Warm White LED will suffice, its a very simple series configuration with a current limiting resistor, its not too sensitive to parts, pretty much any 5050 White LED will do. The 5050 package is standardised enough, that you shouldnt need to worry about pinouts etc either
     
  5. Andywolfbox

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    Anyone happen to know the contact screw size for the green power connector or where to find such hardware? I find I'm missing one and it's just such an annoyance.
     
  6. Peter Van Der Walt

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    You dont happen to have a box of old pcbs, abandoned projects, dead 3d printer boards and other scrap you keep for 'someday' that the wife insist is called Hoarding, lying around in a cupboard like most of us in the Makers world tend to do? :)

    Might be easier to salvage one from a similar terminal. Not sure of the thread specs.
     
  7. Andywolfbox

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    I've been digging, but no luck just yet. But I'm sure i'll work out a fix soon enough.
    Though actually, a larger issue has arisen in my Lead 1010 assembly regarding the powercase now. It doesn't seem to be outputting voltage to the controller at all with the copperpour front panel installed. Notice the LED behind the OpenBuilds Logo doesn't even come on when powered up. Guess I'll be chasing down this issue all day today.
     

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    Did you maybe forget to 220v/110v switch? Follow the big yellow label
     
  9. Andywolfbox

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    You are treasure sir! Came right on!
     
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    :) We get that one a lot! (; that sticker maybe needs to be even more yellow or bigger lol!
     

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