Connecting LED VIA USB


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Clarification Request
Offering here...

There are so many USB gadgets out there, I'm sure some light source type can be found. No need to make your own.

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Yes ...... Unnecessasry Risk

Loosing the motherboard & USB is frankly is something I cant afford at the moment .........So I guess I will skip this & go for a ready made solution.

The problem is although all necessary computer peripherals are available here, in India they are extremely expensive & finding a "miscellaneous" gadget like that here in India is quite a challenge.

But I will definitely try.

Thanks a lot for pointing out the risks involved.

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Willy is correct, but...
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Thanks for the link

Thanks for that link.

Although gadget is offered at 17.16 USD which equals to 775.16 INR which is not really that expensive but I will see if any local companies are making these things.

If they are I guess I will get it within 200 INR.

I will take a print out of that page and keep it as a sample when I visit the shops.

The link you have suggested is perfect its just that computer peripherals are very expensive here.

Thanks. Happy

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