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Bare Conductive Light Up Board

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€29.75 *

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Delivery time 10 Workdays

  • Bare Conductive
  • EXP-R47-017
  • SKU-1312
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  • UK
  • 8473301180
  • 0.035
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The Light Up Board is a touch dim LED light on a super-thin and circular PCB, which has six... more

The Light Up Board is a touch dim LED light on a super-thin and circular PCB, which has six integrated white LEDs and six gold-plated sensor electrodes. With it you can choose between touch, dimmer or proximity interaction modes and no computer programming is required.

Quickly add light in a difficult to reach spot, demo a lighting control concept, or prototype a design for an interactive lamp. The Light Up Board is easy to use and is simple to integrate using Bare Conductive's patent pending twist and lock method onto card or plastic, or stick it where you need it using double-sided tape, or adhesive.

The Light Up Board also has a realistic candle light, spin and dice mode. Find out more in the video guide. To expand your creative possibilities still further, you can combine a Light Up Board with Electric Paint and other conductive materials. The Light Up Board is Micro-USB-powered by most phone-chargers or power banks, so you can wire it up permanently.

The Light Up Board uses the same MPR121 capsense chip as the Touch Board but so it’s even easier to use, we pre-programmed it for you. All you have to do it to choose the right mode for your touch dim LED light project. The Light Up Board is at the heart of our Electric Paint Lamp Kit, which you might already know from Bare Conductive's super-successful Kickstarter campaign in 2017.