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mine is weird. my original LED have a soldering in the middle also.

anyway.
I removed all the stock and I replace the new ones.
1) testing before I solder, the polarity, = ok.
2) testing each one after soldering = didnt light up
3) testing the 6th after soldering= all 6 lighted up.
4) reassembling, it didnt light up. did i screwed up?
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Originally Posted by andywee;14350189 
mine is weird. my original LED have a soldering in the middle also.

Thats normal. The middle one has no sign of electrical contacts. its the dummy soldering to hold the LED strong [No point in this if its CHEAP LED's]
Quote:
anyway.
I removed all the stock and I replace the new ones.
1) testing before I solder, the polarity, = ok.
2) testing each one after soldering = didnt light up

Until now it seems good. Yes it shouldnt light up.

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3) testing the 6th after soldering= all 6 lighted up.

Did it light up once you connected your pod to the power source [Back of the Sub-Woofer] and you switched it on ??
    
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[quote=Did it light up once you connected your pod to the power source [Back of the Sub-Woofer] and you switched it on ??[/quote]

no it didnt like up after hooking it up.

weird eh.

my led is quite different from the stock ones.

mine is the same length but almost 2x the width.

any idea what happened?
i bought 0805 SMD LEDs.
at first i got 0603 and they were too small. then i bought 0805 and 1207. 18 each. haha.
it's cheap anyway at USD$0.40 for 18 leds. total paid, USD$1.20 for 56 led.
Edited by andywee - 7/27/11 at 10:42am
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Originally Posted by andywee;14366571 
no it didnt like up after hooking it up. any idea what happened?

That means either the contact isn't proper of any one of the LED's or you might have misplaced the polarities of one of the LED's or in the worst case it can happen that one of the LED is dead on the circuit [ LED can eventually die due to the overheating of soldering iron ]
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my led is quite different from the stock ones. mine is the same length but almost 2x the width.

I couldn't find the exact aftermarket model as well and that's why i had to dig out an old cell phone to get the job done. I personally wouldn't do with these 0805 LED's or any higher. But from the pictorial representation, 0603 seems physically good.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by J.M.D;14375790 
That means either the contact isn't proper of any one of the LED's or you might have misplaced the polarities of one of the LED's or in the worst case it can happen that one of the LED is dead on the circuit [ LED can eventually die due to the overheating of soldering iron ]



I couldn't find the exact aftermarket model as well and that's why i had to dig out an old cell phone to get the job done. I personally wouldn't do with these 0805 LED's or any higher. But from the pictorial representation, 0603 seems physically good.


that's what i thought but when i test the connection of the 6th LED. all 6 lighted up.

i tried 0603. 0603 is shorter than the original LED.
only 0805 has the same length just that it's 2x the width.
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post #66 of 128
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Originally Posted by andywee;14400106 
that's what i thought but when i test the connection of the 6th LED. all 6 lighted up.

It should not light up unless the main power source is supplied, if the connections/polarities are done proper. I recommend you to re-check the polarities and if that does not solve your pro , then directly go for some cell phone LED's. Logitech designed in such a way that , each LED can take up to 2 Volts each i.e a total of 12V is supplied as the main line, but then total of 6 LED's [in series] divided by 12 V = 2 V each.
    
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hi there have one question?

does the x-box LED fit on the LCD

specs

SOURCE MATERIAL:InGaN
EMITTING COLOUR:Blue
LENS TYPE:Water Clear
LUMINOUS INTENSITY-MCD:Min:330 mcdMax:360mcdMAX
REVERSE Current:5.0 V
FORWARD Current:3.5 V TYPICAL/4.2 Max.
DC FORWARD CURRENT:20~30mA
VIEWING ANGLE:130 deg. Operation Temperature Range:-30 to +80C
Peak Emission Wavelength:475nm
Outside dimension: 2.0mm (L) X 1.25mm (W) X 0.80mm (H)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bjorne77;14785173 
hi there have one question?

does the x-box LED fit on the LCD

specs

SOURCE MATERIAL:InGaN
EMITTING COLOUR:Blue
LENS TYPE:Water Clear
LUMINOUS INTENSITY-MCD:Min:330 mcdMax:360mcdMAX
REVERSE Current:5.0 V
FORWARD Current:3.5 V TYPICAL/4.2 Max.
DC FORWARD CURRENT:20~30mA
VIEWING ANGLE:130 deg. Operation Temperature Range:-30 to +80C
Peak Emission Wavelength:475nm
Outside dimension: 2.0mm (L) X 1.25mm (W) X 0.80mm (H)

Sorry , i cant confirm it with the X-Box LED. But you can always accept 0x0020 Type of LED's which would be perfect for your POD !!!
    
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sorry om a noob at theeś 0x0020 Type of LED' first time for me smile.gif only used ordinary LEDś not surfacemount!

will this work?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/50pc-Blue-0805-Super-Bright-DASH-SMD-SMT-LED-Lamp-Light-/300590416658?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item45fc95c312#ht_3481wt_1165
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Originally Posted by Bjorne77;14820557 
sorry om a noob at theeś 0x0020 Type of LED' first time for me smile.gif only used ordinary LEDś not surfacemount!

will this work?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/50pc-Blue-0805-Super-Bright-DASH-SMD-SMT-LED-Lamp-Light-/300590416658?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item45fc95c312#ht_3481wt_1165

Well, i cant guarantee you as its kind of thick compared to the POD's default LED's. But the clearance should allow it i suppose. The link you quoted is a bulk of 50 pieces which of no use atm i must say. The same can be bought locally as sample pieces and you can try your luck. You can also try searching for "0020 LED's" locally if you cant find "0x0020".

PS : Also its important that you must go for white light emitting LED's as blue would diminish the texts on the LCD and makes it UN-readable !!
Edited by J.M.D - 9/5/11 at 8:53am
    
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