SOS station modification complete, blue LED flashing.
SOS station modification complete, yellow LEDs flashing.
The modified SOS station is complete, replaced bulb with LED in blue light and put two LEDs in roof over car-port.
Soldered resistor and wires to LED poking out of the SOS station roof, secured the wire with Kapton tape.
Soldered LEDs with resistors in the roof of SOS station.
Started soldering the battery, switch and LED inside the SOS station.
Toggle switch in an existing hole on the SOS station, rubber gaskets in the unused holes.
Mounted a toggle switch in an existing hole on the SOS station, plugged the rest with rubber gaskets.
Mounted two clear LED holders in SOS station roof.
The SOS station toy have been disassembled and two holes drilled for LED holders.
Push-buttons, signal pilot lights and strobe mounted in the fireman alarm kids toy.
Backside of LED holder, rear of walking car chassis.
Wires that connect the LEDs, switch and batteries. Underneath the walking car.
Backside of LED holder, front of walking car chassis.
Batteries for the LEDs on the walking car is located under the seat.
Toggle switch on the walking car, to turn the emergency light on and off.
Close-up of the emergency LED with chromed holder on walking car front.
Rear of the walking car, with the blue emergency LEDs flashing.
Front of the walking car, with the blue emergency LEDs flashing.
LED lights mounted in my kids play kitchen.
Mounted a LED strip on my nephews play kitchen.
My nephews play kitchen, with LED lights.
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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