Robotics and Electronics Tutorial – 11 – LED’s Gone Bad

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34 responses to “Robotics and Electronics Tutorial – 11 – LED’s Gone Bad”

  1. Archangels Tactic Avatar

    you are so funny and awesome lol that what she said I plan to become an enginner

  2. TheMrObsanity Avatar

    I learned my lesson in limiting electrical current when I tried to hook up a DC motor from a handheld fan to a broken extension cord, plugged into my wall. Needless to say it exploded in my hand and scared the crap out of me.

  3. Mark Farrell Avatar

    0:00
    so that's fucking what material in robotics and electronics tutorial in in
    0:05
    this tutorial only showing you guys how to use that circuit we just fill and how

    lmao @ the interactive transcript

  4. Zenodilodon Avatar

    I could not believe it when it happened, it was a lower quality led from a solar garden light, it may of had a bubble of air that expanded due to heat , regardless something made it explode, the thinner lead " anode " did get sent into my thumb, only a about a quarter inch but how often does that happen? It was the only time in my years of working with leds it has happened. I order them by the hundreds these days, there is bound to be one or 2 leds out there that just have a temper.

  5. Zolga00 Avatar

    Some would say liar.

  6. Ali Shakir Avatar

    That's what the sheet said

  7. Espiration Avatar

    @luisramos123 Electronics is so hard to master. I'm learning about OPAMPs at college now and it's só hard to even understand all the types of wiring.

  8. Kindred Avatar

    Who is SHE?????

  9. HomoSapien2012 Avatar

    can this LED be repaired ?

  10. vusiliyK Avatar

    I have a bulk amount of LEDs and sometimes i just sit there and blow them up with a 9v batttery. Except for mine (white LEDs) actually blow the top off.

  11. Mrjameslat Avatar

    @Zenodilodon oh ok, thanks for clearing that up for me. I couldn't figure out why it wasn't blowing up.
    but hey, u learn something new every day. 🙂

  12. Mrjameslat Avatar

    @Zenodilodon oh ok, thanks for clearing that up for me. I couldn't figure out why it wasn't blowing up.
    but hey, u learn something new every day. 🙂

  13. Mrjameslat Avatar

    @Zenodilodon oh ok, thanks for clearing that up for me. I couldn't figure out why it wasn't blowing up.
    but hey, u learn something new every day. 🙂

  14. Mrjameslat Avatar

    @Zenodilodon oh ok, thanks for clearing that up for me. I couldn't figure out why it wasn't blowing up.
    but hey, u learn something new every day. 🙂

  15. Mrjameslat Avatar

    @Zenodilodon dude, i don't know how they are exploding on u. I used a 9 volt battery on a green LED with no resistor and it didn't explode, but it did omit a red light (as opposed to green) lol

  16. Cheesus182 Avatar

    Are you an engineer with a lot of brainspace and a lot of time or are you god?
    How do you know so much coding and know how to build shit?

  17. david Avatar

    Capacitors literally explode lol. While soldering a person I knew blew up a capacitor and it literally melted the skin on his fingers together XD

  18. Nothing Avatar

    That's pretty cool, when the LED blew you could actually hear the EMP it gave off in the audio. Awesome tutorials btw. You should make a playlist of them, or just make longer tutorials. It's a bit of a pain to keep clicking the next one every 2-4 minutes. Keep up the good work man and thanks for making these.

  19. Daniel Cantrell Avatar

    @RANDOMFISHYFACE Not really, it depends on how bright you want the LED to be, and/or how fast it will use up the battery. the larger the resistance, the dimmer the LED will be, but it will use less power, and the less resistance, the LED will be brighter and use the battery faster. you don't need to worry about resistors, and kind you canget your hands on will protect an LED from a nine volt battery.

  20. listojay Avatar

    what is your course ?

  21. listojay Avatar

    how about how do diodes make ac to dc video? and transistor can amplified volts and capacitor how!!! who what wher why when how pllllllllllllsssssssssss…

  22. peter mwaniki Avatar

    i love this tutorial. all the way from kenya

  23. Xenogears17 Avatar

    LOL @ "that's what she said." Totally unexpected. Thanks for the great videos!

  24. LatinasBusty Avatar

    thats what she said!!! LOL!

  25. firedude201234 Avatar

    you dont need anywhere near 30v lmao

  26. RANDOMFISHYFACE Avatar

    does it matter what kind of resistor you use???

  27. Interoth Avatar

    i did this but with 30v and about 0.5amp and the led turned into a gun. the inside got so hot it led blew up a a piece shot across the room!!! ill try to find a pic of it.

  28. Luis Ramos Avatar

    these are great tutorials for beginers!

    Thanks 😉

    it's kinda hard to learn electronics from zero from the internet…

  29. Snigglesnock Avatar

    lol just yesterday i put an LED i found directly on to both ends without alligator clips or a resistor (i didnt know what they were then) and it got hot as hell lol thanks for makin these vids dude they help alot 5 stars on all

  30. abbas khurshid Avatar

    hi
    i am abbas from nederland ,you give much guidence to me i am really thanks ful to you

  31. Zenodilodon Avatar

    I had a white LED blow on a 3.7 volt battery and it exploded, it sent the anode lead right into my thumb… it was pretty bad ass lol.

  32. kingloc4 Avatar

    thats what she said lollollollollol

  33. Unwin96 Avatar

    thats wat yo mama said

  34. Danny Betts Avatar

    Cool Video A++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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