After posting the page I received a few comments about back power. Back power can cause unnecessary power consumption and circuit damage. I should have put the switch on the 12+ side before the LEDs this would have fixed that. Thanks to all for the comments, the only way you’re going learn is through mistakes.
- Comment from an Engineer -
Hi. I saw your wiki listed on Gizmodo. I'm a working Electronics Engineer and I must say that the comments that people have made about your switch are... ridiculous. Having the switch in the to-ground configuration is perfectly fine. Once the switch is open there is absolutely NO WAY that anything could lead to "unnecessary power consumption and circuit damage". I think those folk would do better to study harder.
You, on the other hand have made a fine wiki. Congratulations!.
the original switch mount
I like your project, I have an led on my mobo i wish that i could turn it off. And i liked the first mount you used for you switches.
Remove the spam
WTF I can't edit the page to revert the spam. The site needs the revert button in the history tab.