Like I said...this is a pretty simple project. You just need to wire up the LEDs in parallel, and connect them to the inductive charging receiver. You can use the 5V or 3.3V inductive charging set, depending on your LED voltages. The 5V is best for white leds, just add in a 'choke' resistor (about 220-1K ohm, adjust as necessary)

Make sure to include the proper resistor for your LEDs so you don't burn them out!

While I don't show it in the image above, I did a 2.1mm DC barrel jack to the transmitter side of the inductive charging set.

As you can see in the image above, I wired up the LEDs in parallel, then wrapped everything up in a healthy amount of electrical tape as best as I could to prevent a short circuit. The white piece of plastic was cut on a laser cutter to fit into my enclosure. There are plenty of ways you could make a nice enclosure for this with items found around the house.

Let's take a look at how I built my enclosure and assembled everything.

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