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Here is the wiring diagram of what I was talking about in my previous post. Is it good or can it be improved?(r/ElectricalEngineering)
I apologize if this is rude, but I would like to give you some frank advice. You are asking lots of questions on this sub that are very specific to your project and don’t provide much value to others who might happen upon your posts. Many of your questions have also either been answered many times before, or could be solved with a few google searches.
I would highly recommend getting a book like the Art of Electronics, which gives a practical introduction to a wide variety of basic electronics topics. I wish I had this book or something similar when I was first starting with electronics projects in highschool. It’s not always fun, but reading through a book like this can fill in a lot of knowledge gaps and help with quickly identifying where to look for solutions to problems you encounter.
It might also be helpful to install and learn to use the free simulation software LTSpice. This simulation software is quite powerful even when only using the built in devices in its library. Using spice, you could quickly simulate strings of LEDs with balancing resistors, and see exactly how changing the power supply and LED…