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Full-time LED strip lighting project (PWM, Sensor switch, power supply

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Hi everyone, I was looking for someone who would be capable of working on this project. If you know of someone who would be interested I would love to hear from them too. I am trying to build a LED strip lighting project whereby the LED strips are turned on via motion and turned off via motion. It needs a PWM module so the lights turn on and off gradually for a nice effect. the sensor switch (IR or any other suitable type) needs have a range of about 2 - 4 inches preferably. I am willing to pay you for your time and resources if you would build the sensor and PWM module that I could connect to my LED strips I would also get you to recommend the correct power supply/wall wart. ‚ÄčI am based in Melbourne, Australia. Essentially the LED strip lighting do need a sensor that will trigger ON and OFF via movement from somebodies hand within the light enclosure. Once the LED's are on they should not turn off until someone triggers the sensor to turn it off. I have done a bit of research and think I know of a solution. I just need help with the PWM module, power supply and choosing the right sensor. You will see in the thread below I have chosen a sensor but I would like one that is smaller and has a bigger range (approximately 10cm if possible) The full conversation is here: http://www.electronicspoint.com/threads ... st-1608413 If you would be willing to work with me on creating the solution that would be fantastic. I could of course pay you for your time and of course materials. Timing is of the essence with this project and I do need to move forward rapidly with the solution. Kind regards, David david@hubhello.com Skype: hubhello-david

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