Blinky LED Red Heart Pin

$85.00

Show off your geek love with this pulsing heart pin.  It has one red LED light connected to a rectangular solar cell. So your jewelry will charge up and blink all on its own, no batteries required. And if you’re a geek on the run (or just forget to solar charge your bling), it also comes with a micro-USB connector. Rock!

Watch the video below to see it in action.

Size: 1.5″ by 1.5″
Solar Charge Time: 45 minutes
Optional USB Charge Time: 4 minutes
Lifespan in Darkness: 5 hours

 

2 in stock

Description

Operation:  I’m alive, I’m ALIVE!                                                                                                   

  1. Flip the switch to the side labeled “Direct”. The power storage capacitors are disconnected and I get my energy directly off the surrounding light. Sunlight is best, but not the only source I like.
  2. Flip the switch to the side labeled “Store” to store solar energy or run off of internal storage.  The storage capacitor is now connected.
    1. Solar – find a light source I like and leave me under it for 45 minutes.
    2. Optional USB – plug me in. Wait 4 minutes until the blue/white light comes on.  I’m full!
  3. Store my energy for later by flipping the switch to the side labeled “Direct”.

 Endurance: In “Store” I’ll run about 5+ hours on a full charge. In “Direct” I’ll blink as long as the room is bright.

Additional information

Weight 0.07 lbs
Dimensions 3.25 × 2.5 × 1 in

2 reviews for Blinky LED Red Heart Pin

  1. Oreo Construction: Hiding Your Components Inside The PCB – FeedBox

    […] of a PCB is somewhat novel, mounting electronic components to the side of a PCB is nothing new. Lumen Electronic Jewelry is producing a PCB ‘heart’ pin (right) with a capacitor and USB port mounted inside a cutout in […]

  2. Oreo Construction: Hiding Your Components Inside The PCB

    […] of a PCB is somewhat novel, mounting electronic components to the side of a PCB is nothing new. Lumen Electronic Jewelry is producing a PCB ‘heart’ pin (right) with a capacitor and USB port mounted inside a cutout […]

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