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Markwarren
#21 Posted : 04 January 2019 23:11:09

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Wow, you’ve got your work cut out there Derek. Great kit.

You might want to try the flickering LED,s, different from flashing. I used them in the Podracer dio for the engine. Very effective and could work with what you are doing.

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#22 Posted : 04 January 2019 23:31:22

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Markwarren wrote:
Wow, you’ve got your work cut out there Derek. Great kit.

You might want to try the flickering LED,s, different from flashing. I used them in the Podracer dio for the engine. Very effective and could work with what you are doing.

Mark


Thanks Mark Cool

I have flickering leds on order and was going to experiment connecting one to two consecutive pulses from the IC outputs to work a flickering led for longer as I will have spare outputs.

The good thing is that I can fit the electrics late in the build so have plenty of time to experiment and I have purchased a breadboard for testing so its a case of plugging components in/out rather than soldering.

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#23 Posted : 05 January 2019 07:51:55

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#24 Posted : 05 January 2019 17:10:32

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Glad that your items have arrived Derek, looks like quite a well thought out and comprehensive diorama that you have there with a lot of individual kits in one box. Should build into a fab diorama especially with all of the flash/bang electronics that your going to install!

Good luck with the build, looking forward to following your diary. ThumpUp

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