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Turntable Strobe Lights

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These are based on the surplus strobe boards I sold at giveaway prices a couple of years ago, which soon ran out. I wondered if there was a market...
The difference with these is that they have some design enhancements, are much smaller (fit inside a key-fob), and have been produced in a commercial world. Despite that last harsh reality, the price is still very reasonable. As far as I know, it's less than half that of known competitors.

Here's a picture of the complete product (called KeyStrobe):
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And one in action:
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And here's what's inside:
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This is the web page that gives detail and some PayPal links:
KeyStrobe

Since this is a DIY community, it's only fair to offer the assembled board for those who want to build it into their own kit. It comes with wiring instructions and has potential to drive a lot more than 1 LED...

The price for the KeyStrobe is £25 (GBP)
The assembled board is £20 (GBP)
UK Postage is £3.50, rest of world is £6.50

Happy to answer any questions or discuss possiblities...
 
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