Wig Wag on 12v with Leds 5mm

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  1. Sasoriza

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    Ohayou, Hi, Allô circuitians people

    First of all, I am using Tina Pro (industrial version 7.0.20 SFDS) and I am here to ask you if someone can help me to understand or to know how I can make my own wigwags on 12v, using ((24 (+3) leds) x 4 = 108 leds) of 5mm. To be honest, I am making an amateur movie (kind of paranomal things) and I have my own Crown Victoria 2004.

    Since 1 month ago, I am looking for some wigwag prefab-modulars on internet but I do not need what vendors are selling ; I mean, Nigth Club effects (30 modes) knowing there are just 4 modes I need (on them) or strobe light effect with lamp (as a lift tractor (?)) and I do not want to buy any Whelen System (I have some problems with sendings-receptions)...

    Also, 2 weeks ago, I buyed a kind of modular (12v) using 22 Leds (blue, red (red leds of 3mm are death already)) but the modular has just 3 modes :

    L = left leds (blue) --- R = right leds (red) :

    - Cycle I : L-L-L-L.....R-R-R-R (4 msec (very fast))
    - Cycle II : L.....R.....L.....R (0.5 sec (alternative school bus))
    - Cycle III : LR....LR.....LR....LR (1 sec (same time - hazard position))

    To have an idea of what do I want, I drew a scheme on Tina Pro (a copy of a torshlight I buyed) an I have made 8 different flash modes (Gif Anim) to show you. I can not to tell you more because I do not know how things work but I think you have a global idea of what I am looking for...

    • The Scheme :
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    • The torshlight I buyed at 3.49 $ (circuit showed (left) and mounted (right) :
    (click to enlarge)

    [​IMG]

    PS. Leds number 25-26-27 are already on my circuit (related with 2 external wires) but I want to use them on each side of my plate.

    • My 8 gif anim flash modes (maybe more to come) :
    http://www.internet-underground.org/lerx/public/strobes/X.html

    • Good to know :

    Here are the infos of my "futur" LEDs I would like to buy. I am not sure about TEMP and INTensity because I do not know what all that means :

    White (water clear)
    • 12v, 5mm
    • Temp : 5000°k
    • Int : 15000 mcd
    • Amp : 20mA
    • Angle : 15°
    • Cons : 120 mW
    • Tens : 3.2-3.4v
    • Life : 80 000 hrs

    Blue (water clear)
    • 12v, 5mm
    • Temp : 470°nm
    • Int : 11000 mcd
    • Amp : 20mA
    • Angle : 15°
    • Cons : 120 mW
    • Tens : 3.2-3.4v
    • Life : 80 000 hrs

    Red (water clear)
    • 12v, 5mm
    • Temp : 625°nm
    • Int : 7000 mcd
    • Amp : 20mA
    • Angle : 15°
    • Cons : 100 mW
    • Tens : 2.0-2.4v
    • Life : 80 000 hrs

    Yellow (water clear)
    • 12v, 5mm
    • Temp : 590°nm
    • Int : 14000 mcd
    • Amp : 20mA
    • Angle : 15°
    • Cons : 100 mW
    • Tens : 2.0-2.4v
    • Life : 80 000 hrs

    Are there any hopes to realise what do I want ? If a Patron Saint of the impossible is still alive to help me, I will pray for him/her... If you have some other ideas for better LEDs infos and/or modes, I will take them all and and if I am not enough clear with all this, I will try to explain much better next time "(^.^)"

    PS. If there are any costs of time (and/or energy), I will pay...

    Arigatougozaimasu, Thank you very much, Merci beaucoup
     
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