2020-12-26 (Sa) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

There were many connections in this project, and I didn't want to overwhelm myself immediately, so I began with the 12V side. Realistically, these circuits could be anywhere from 6-12V, but the amplifier shows "12V," and that is a standard size for power adapters. Unlike the schematic, I remembered to include the fuse and voltage display.

To simplify power distribution, I started using a stripboard and connected the ground to a long continuous line, making it a breeze to combine all my inevitable returns. I will use the track next to it for 5V since that will be another thing I will need frequently.
Power section

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