The most LED's I've ordered at one time- 500!
Shumit works on the LED board for Nyaya Health, Nepal.
Soldering those LED's!
Testing the first "string" of three LED's.
Michael and his new chassis!
Ground and V+ busses installed... why don't those two rows light up?
"post production" :P
Michael volunteered to solder a board, too.
Sayuri also contributed to the second LED board for Nyaya Health.
The new box, completed! Nice fit and finish on the newly designed box.
The interior view of the new style of female power connector. These ones are much better built than the previous ones I bought!
They look cool in the dark.
Using an acrylic sheet with the protective wrapper on it to align the LED's.
The new model uses corner protectors to hold the cover on. They're probably polypropelyne, but the acrylic solvent cement doesn't seem to care. It works quite well on both types of plastic.
The clamps holding the corners onto the acrylic cover while the solvent glue is setting.
The Luma League Phototherapy Lamp, completed!
Two meters showing the light has even output across several inches. The URL is obsolete- it's now www.LumaLeague.org !
Workbench. Light. Meters. Tools. Stuff.
I like how the acrylic and polypropylene conduct the light around the corner.
Peter Borris of Pacific Panels, where the material for the chassis are made.
Michael, who made the boxes, is the Director of Production at www.pacificpanels.com.
CNC of the boxes.
Then they're folded.
Pacific Panels aluminum honeycomb panel is strong, lightweight, and cleanable. This product uses "Polar White" facing, which is an epoxy coating. The pink stuff is a protective sheet that peels off.
Once folded, they're glued and clamped. Thanks Michael!