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Spinning led wheel

Velleman MK152: Spinning LED Wheel Minikit

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Velleman MK152
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Velleman MK152: Spinning LED Wheel Minikit

Build the Velleman MK152 LED Spinning Wheel Minikit and create your own game. To start the game you push a button to start the red, green and yellow LED spinning action. The spinning speed of the LEDs gradually decreases and finally stops, leaving only one LED lit. The LEDs are numbered 1 through 10 on the PCB. The electronic circuit implements two integrated circuits (CD4069 – hex inverter and CD4017- decade counter) to simulate the spinning action. This kit includes a 9V battery holder that attaches to the back of the PCB.

Specifications

  • Power supply: 9V battery (not included)
  • 10-LEDs
  • Auto power-off
  • Low power consumption
  • Dimensions: Ø2.6 x 1.3"

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Difficulty Level 1
  1. Fun and Easy review by Nathan on 4/14/2016
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    This kit was fun and easy to put together, and the result is sort of like a mini roulette. Me and the kids really enjoyed playing with the result. It was a little bit difficult attaching the battery holder to the back after I had finished soldering everything back there, but I think that was kinda my fault, because I could have done a bit tighter job on the cutting. Definitely worth the price.

  2. OK review by Hackerware on 6/2/2015
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    The kit is good and easy to build. The problem is that the board connection overlays come off and you lose connectivity making some of the lights to fail.

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