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LED lighting circuit for my E-Skateboard.

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Hi all,

I bought four 1W Star LED's, specs are given below and I want to make a build in lighting system for my E-skateboard. The reason I do this is cause I do not want to remove lights to charge them and want to be able to switch them on from a single button. But I do not have enough electrical knowledge to build the circuit. I would appreciate if someone who has could draw a diagram for me and post it. I prefer using resistors over drivers which are easier to hide. It will be on for an hour maximum since the battery of the board runs out before that. Thanks in advance for your help.


Power bank:

  • 3.7V
  • 4000mAh

2 Star LED (Tail Lights)


  • 1W
  • 2.4-2.6V
  • 350mA

2 Star LED (Headlights)

  • 1W
  • 3.2-3.4V
  • 350mA

5V LED strip with remote. (This will work like neon lights under tuned cars which illuminate the road under the vehicle) 

I really want to include this into the setup also but if it is too much trouble I can eliminate it.


I made some research online but could not find the info I needed for this specific setup.



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