2021-12-07 (Tu) EWC_Panel MIDI ports, LEDs and incoming power

I started swapping out the solderless breadboard with my MIDI interface circuit one wire at a time. I tested the data connection when I transferred everything, and it worked perfectly. I put a shrink-wrap sleeve around the circuit board to keep it safe in the bottom of the metal lunch box. I immediately realized that I should connect the incoming 5V wires, outgoing MIDI source connections, and LED panel power wires. I cut off the plastic and soldered a whole lot more. It turned out that the long circuit boards, which I considered trimming, were ideal for connecting power throughout the devices mounted to the box.
All loose wires were tied down

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