Simply connect 3 to 6VDC to the + pin and ground to the – pin, and the LED on the board will light up. You can make the LEDs fade and twinkle by using the PWM (a.k.a. analogWrite) functionality of your Gemma or Flora, or just connect directly to a digital I/O pin of a microcontroller to turn on and off. Or even skip the micro altogether, and power directly from a LiPoly or coin battery.
This order comes with 5 “1206 size” LEDs, matched with a 100 ohm resistor. When powered from 3.3V they draw about 5mA so you can put up to 4 or 5 in parallel on a single microcontroller pin. We have these sequins in warm white, royal blue, emerald green, and ruby red.
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I just presented this idea to all of my friends in the Rocky Horror community. I can’t wait to see a Columbia bustier, Frank N Furter corset utilizing these. This is an awesome idea. Thanks for a great product line. Keep up the awesome work. 🙂