2022-07-12 (Tu) SubdermalWirelessLEDs Wearable strapped brace

My circuit with the battery, switch, charger, and inverter is convenient, but the inverter and coil were soldered. I wanted a more flexible option, so I separated the parts and connected a headphone socket and wires to the PCB and a plug on the wires. I did the same to my brace-mounted conductors.
Headphone sockets and plugs

I should have left longer wires on the brace, but I stuffed the headphone plug under the arm strap and held the electronics where I could push the button. The next step will be to mount everything to the straps and insert a motion-activated switch to turn on the lights.
The coil works

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