Tech Writer

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Name: Tech Writer
Date registered: December 15, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Impressive Automatic LED Stair Lighting — January 19, 2012
  2. DIY Arduino based LED Stair Lights Automation — January 16, 2012
  3. Motion-activated LED Illuminated Stair lights — January 13, 2012
  4. DIY IR Trip Sensor based Stairway LED Lighting — January 11, 2012
  5. Ecoglo’s Arena Stair Lighting — January 8, 2012

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  1. Impressive Automatic LED Stair Lighting — 5 comments
  2. Auto LED Stair Lighting — 2 comments
  3. Motion-activated LED Illuminated Stair lights — 1 comment
  4. Bespoke Glass Staircase with LED effects — 1 comment

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Jan
19

Impressive Automatic LED Stair Lighting

This LED Stair Lighting Controller will make your home look amazing. The idea is to control two sensory infrared “beams”–a lower beam for the bottom step and another at the top of the stairs. Whenever the beam detects something interrupts (like feet) then the stairs light up, and after a 15 second delay, the lights …

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Jan
16

DIY Arduino based LED Stair Lights Automation

An automatic stair lighting system is one which lights each step LED when a user starts to climb or descend.  Erica Kane has developed a similar Open Source DIY Automated LED Stair Lighting system using an Arduino Pro Mini, a M5451 LED Display Driver to power the LEDs and a PING ultrasound distance sensors to detect …

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Jan
13

Motion-activated LED Illuminated Stair lights

Those who are having foot lights in their stairway, then acme663ryo has an interesting stuff for you. According to acme663ryo, your foot lights are having epoxy pools of glass in the knot holes. These can be triggered by any light motion sensor, which in turn drives a solid state relay. The relay during its active cycle switches …

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Jan
11

DIY IR Trip Sensor based Stairway LED Lighting

Instructables member ElJefeUno brought an awesome electronics project of building an Infra-red (IR) light trip sensor to light up your stairway. The sensor uses a directional IR LED beamed at a sensor that shoots past where you’ll walk. When you interrupt the light from the LED, the LEDs turn on for a period of time …

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