- Joined Dec 23, 2021
No microcontrollers to be found. I disconnected the LED and tested it with a resistor, didn't blink. I've actually identified what seems to be a micro sized transistor in the RED LED circuit. Looks comparable to a CPU transistor. See the image. I'm just surprised that they make transistors that small. That's a button, and it changes the modes between levels 1-3 of brightness and the 4th is red flashing on sides. It also turns it off.Welcome to AAC!
It isn't possible. They make LEDs with a microcontroller in the encapsulation. What does the switch do?
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by Jake Hertz
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