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One of the best ways of deterring burglars is to demonstrate that your home has active security. Highly visible alarm boxes and/or security cameras that can be seen from the street will act as deterrence before a thief commits themselves to breaking in.

Having good quality locks is a must, since a door, regardless of its sturdiness, is only as secure as its lock. It is advisable to have two different locks on external doors, one latch type lock that will secure the door automatically and a mortise or deadlock that should be used whilst the house is empty and before going to bed at night. Sliding patio doors should be fitted with anti-lift devices along with removable track locks.

Because burglars will take the path of least resistance, it is important to ensure that windows, especially on the ground floor, are kept closed when the home is unoccupied. Ladders should be stored inside a garage or shed. If you do not have a secure place to store them, then they should be protected by a lock and chain. Shrubbery should be trimmed regularly to avoid providing concealment for burglars and branches that might afford access to upper story windows should be cut off.

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Having good external lighting is an excellent deterrence. While motion detecting lighting is popular, it can be triggered by wildlife, or if incorrectly set by passing pedestrians or cars. An alternative option is low energy lighting fitted with photo-electric cells that automatically activate when the daylight level reaches a certain point. An added bonus with this system is that it will activate even if you are away. Although people commonly leave a spare key hidden outside, it is not a wise thing to do. A better option is to leave a key with a trusted neighbor.

If you have a basement it is a good idea to fit sturdy wire screens to the windows, and always leave the basement door locked, this also applies to doors that lead from a garage to the house. The use of timers to switch on and off lights while you are away is recommended. Never leave a light burning constantly since this is a dead giveaway that the premises are empty.

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Arrange for mail and newspapers to be picked up by a friend or neighbor or canceled for the duration of your absence. If you are getting work done to your car only gives the mechanics the key to the car and supply your business address not your home one. Make sure you do not leave valuables lying in full view. Store jewelry away out of sight since a burglar is less likely to break in if there is little available reward.

Having a dog is a great deterrence but having on simply to protect your property is not a fair thing to do. Having a system that uses recorded barking may also be deployed. Even if the burglar is uncertain about whether you have a dog or not they are less likely to break in just in case. Always keep the doors and windows locked and carefully check identification before allowing anyone into your home.

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When Trae Vassallo’s children hop in the car to head to their after-school sports practice in the San Francisco Bay Area several times a week, it is not Ms. Vassallo, a full-time working mother of three, who drives them. Nor is it her husband, a nanny or any other caregiver.

Instead, Ms. Vassallo, a venture capitalist with her own firm, has scheduled regular rides for her children using Shuddle, a start-up that lets parents book trips around town for their offspring. In Silicon Valley parlance, Shuddle is the Uber for kids.

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“It’s obviously leveraging the infrastructure that companies like Uber have figured out how to do well,” Ms. Vassallo, a former partner at the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers who has invested in Shuddle, said of the start-up.

Shuddle is just one of a growing number of services to piggyback on the groundwork laid by Uber, the popular ride-hailing service that lets users request cars with a few taps of their smartphone. Apart from an Uber-like service for the under-16 set, there is now also a service for Bay Area commuters (Chariot), a service for Manhattan (Via) and even a service for vans (Leap Transit).

But unlike Uber, Lyft and Sidecar, which are disrupting the transportation market with all-purpose ride-booking services, these new companies focus on specific markets.

The new companies are being fueled by venture capitalists, who are pouring money into these mini-Ubers and mini-Lyfts. In March, Shuddle raised $9.6 million and has amassed a total of more than $12 million. Via, a car-pooling app serving only Manhattan, garnered $27 million in venture capital in April. Chariot, a car-pooling app aimed at commuters, has been operating in the Bay Area for less than a year and has raised $3 million for early expansion.

In total, American transport-related start-ups like Uber and others have raised $7.1 billion in financing since 2010, according to CB Insights, an investment research firm.

“Look at the economics of all of this,” Ms. Vassallo said, pointing to Shuddle and the ubiquitous need for child care and general transport services for children. “It really makes sense not only in the Bay Area but everywhere.”

Yet many of the start-ups face tough odds of success: Uber and Lyft have big head starts in many markets. Uber operates in more than 300 cities worldwide, while Lyft is in about 60 markets in the United States. Trips on those services can go for as little as a few dollars, depending on distance and time. The competition led Hailo, a British ride-booking service similar to Uber, to withdraw from the United States recently.

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Chariot, a service for commuters, dropped off a man in the city’s financial district.
Chariot, a service for commuters, dropped off a man in the city’s financial district.Credit Peter Earl McCollough for The New York Times

The founders of some smaller, niche start-ups said their companies could work even though they concentrate on a subset of the market because they could develop loyal, repeat customers in a handful of cities and expand across the country over time.

They added that they could learn from where Uber failed, altering their business models and best practices to win new users. Uber, for instance, faced criticism for its driver vetting process after several rape and assault allegations against some drivers.

Shuddle said it conducted a rigorous background check and an in-person interview and required two employer references before hiring drivers. It also monitors employee insurance and license records. Shuddle is primarily a child-care service that costs $9 a month for membership and mileage-based fares per ride. The company said that more than 95 percent of its drivers were women because it tended to attract female applicants. “For women drivers on other services, there’s a perception that it might be unsafe,” said Nick Allen, founder and chief executive of Shuddle. “Our average driver is a 50-year-old mom.”

To make their services work as businesses, Leap Transit and Loup, a shuttle-based ride service, have targeted services like Uber and the greater public transit industry, focusing on relatively low fixed prices and standardized routes along commuter lines. That way, commuters may pay slightly more than they would for a public transit ride, yet avoid the potentially higher cost of taking an Uber or Lyft.

Leap Transit, the van-pooling start-up backed by the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, has luxury shuttles catering to fixed routes and is offering rides for $2 for a limited time to gain traction.

Via, a car-pool service that is restricted to most of Manhattan, will drive users anywhere between 110th Street and 14th Street for a fee of $5 to $7, depending on how passengers pay. The service also works with commuter benefits programs offered by some employers, which lets users buy ride credits with pretax income.

Chariot, a ride service app for commuters in the San Francisco Bay Area, runs 14-passenger vans equipped with Wi-Fi along fixed, high-traffic commuter routes. Trips cost $3 to $5, depending on the number of prepaid rides purchased, which is slightly more than the $2.25 cost to ride the local MUNI bus and rail transportation.

“I asked people, ‘Why aren’t you taking an Uber?’ ” said Ali Vahabzadeh, chief executive of Chariot. “They would pull out their phone and Uber would be at a two or three times surge price,” he said, referring to Uber’s practice of increasing fares during times of high demand. “Instead of taking a $2 bus ride, it was comparable to a $20 Uber ride.”

Uber declined to comment.

The start-ups are still working out kinks. Leap Transit recently suspended its service in San Francisco after the California Public Utilities Commission sent the company a cease-and-desist order for operating in the state without a license. The company said on its Facebook page that it would remain offline until it worked through the regulatory issues.

Other ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft have faced similar regulatory hurdles and are slowly changing regulators’ opinions. Uber has won approval from officials in Colorado, California, Oregon and New York, among dozens of the other cities where it does business. But historically, Uber and its ilk have often operated with or without lawmakers’ blessings.

Uber and Lyft are not taking the proliferation of new competitors lying down and are adding new services. Each company now offers a car-pool service, Uber Pool and Lyft Line, that picks up and drops off multiple passengers in one trip, cutting the cost of a trip to a fraction of what it would have been for one rider.

In March, Lyft’s chief executive, Logan Green, said Lyft Line rides accounted for a majority of rides taken in San Francisco, and the company was experimenting with “hot spots,” high-trafficked areas for pickup, similar to some of the commuter start-up methods.

Others say that ride-booking is not a winner-take-all market and the various types of ride services that are popping up are only the beginning.

“Travelers are becoming more multimodal, having different needs for different trips and corresponding mobility choices,” said Susan Shaheen, co-director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center at the University of California, Berkeley and an adjunct professor at the university. “There is no silver bullet to solving urban passenger transportation issues.”

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How Facebook is eating the $140 billion hardware market

It started out as a controversial idea inside Facebook. In four short years, it has turned the $141 billion data-center computer-hardware industry on its head.

Facebook’s extraordinary Open Compute Project is doing for hardware what Linux, Android, and many other popular products did for software: making it free and “open source.”

That means that anyone can look at, use, or modify the designs of the hugely expensive computers that big companies use to run their operations — all for free. Contract manufacturers are standing by to build custom designs and to build, in bulk, standard designs agreed upon by the group.

In software, open source has been revolutionary and disruptive. That movement created Linux, which is the software running most data centers around the world, and Android, the most popular smartphone platform in the world. Along the way, massively powerful companies like Microsoft, Nokia, and Blackberry were disrupted —some to the brink of extinction.

OCP threatens to do the same to decades-old hardware companies like Cisco.

Since it launched in 2011, OCP has:

  • Saved Facebook $2 billion.
  • Cut Fidelity Investments’ data center electric bill by 20%.
  • Nabbed Microsoft as a board member, meaning Microsoft is using OCP hardware in its huge data centers and contributing back to the designs.
  • Ditto for Apple.
  • Created better careers for hardware designers, who can now collaborate instead of being forbidden to share trade secrets.
  • Launched an ecosystem of products and startups.
  • Created a more than $1 billion business for at least one Chinese manufacturer.
  • Put networking giant Cisco on notice.
  • Convinced HP to stop fighting the movement and join it.

An inspiration

Jonathan Heiliger dreamed up OCP in 2011 back when he was leading Facebook’s infrastructure team. Those are the people who oversee the technology that keeps Facebook up and running. (Heiliger is now a VC.)

Jonathan HeiligerLinkedIn/Jonathan HeiligerJonathan Heiliger.

It started off with Facebook’s data centers.

A data center is a huge warehouse-like building filled with thousands and thousands of computer servers and various other pieces of hardware, like racks and switches, that connect them.

Most companies lease space in already existing data centers. But for huge tech companies like Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Amazon, it’s more efficient to build their own.

In 2011, Facebook joined that club.

The computers in Facebook’s data centers ARE Facebook. Everything you do, every picture you store, every status update you post, is computed and stored there.

The trouble was, in 2011, data centers were becoming known as one of the dirtiest, carbon-spewing parts of the tech industry.

Facebook built its state-of-the-art data center in Prineville, Oregon, where it invented ways to use less electricity. So Facebook published the Prineville designs to contribute to the green data-center movement.

Then it occurred to Heiliger: Why not share all of the Facebook’s hardware designs?

“I wrote a short paper, circulated it to Zuck and the rest of team,” he remembers, referring to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Heiliger argued that the technology, particularly the hardware, “is not our competitive advantage.” and that “open source should be a core tenet at Facebook.”

There are some huge advantages to making hardware open source.

Hardware engineers, no matter who they work for, could collaborate. Ideas would flow. New tech would be invented more quickly. Difficult tech problems are fixed faster. And everyone would to share equally in the results.

It would be 180 degrees from the classic culture of patents and lawsuits and trade secrets that has ruled the tech industry for decades. But Facebook didn’t make hardware, so there was no risk to its business.

Zuck was in. One argument was particularly persuasive: “A company in Mountain View thinks their tech was a differentiator. We didn’t believe that,” Heiliger says, referring to the fact that Google builds much of its own hardware and a lot of its own software and keeps most of that stuff a closely guarded secret.

Google’s top guy is not terribly impressed

Now that OCP has become a phenomenon, Google’s top hardware-infrastructure guy (a legend in his world), Urs Hölzle, offers a begrudging respect for the project.

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When asked about OCP, Hölzle told us, “It actually makes a lot of sense because it’s open source for hardware. It’s relatively basic today,” he said. “It could be the start of something a little bit deeper.”

But he simultaneously pooh-poohed how important OCP will ultimately be.

“I think in the long term it’s less important because most people should not use their own racks even if it’s Open Compute. It solves a short-term problem, so for a while it will be relevant because there are a lot of legitimate use cases where you don’t have another choice. In that sense, it competes with the Dells of the world … It will be relevant only for the very, very large companies — for the Facebooks, the Ebays, the Microsofts.”

He doesn’t think its useful for businesses beyond huge internet companies, even those that run their own data centers today, like Citibank.

“Not even Citibank. I think five years from now, my goal is that all the CIO’s of the Citibanks of the world are GCP [Google Cloud Compute] customers. Not because they were forced to but because they realize it’s far better than doing it themselves. … We have financial customers — they are some of the eager adopters, not reluctant adopters.”

Three smart moves

Hölzle is turning a blind eye to the fact that the financial companies are already involved in OCP in a big way today.

That’s because Helinger did several smart things when he started this project.

First, he hired Frank Frankovsky away from Dell to help Facebook invent hardware and to lead Open Compute Project. Frankovsky quickly became its face and biggest evangelist.

Frank Frankovsky FacebookFacebookFacebook open-source hardware guru Frank Frankovsky.

 

Next, he got Intel, a much older company with lots of experience in open source, on board. Intel’s legal team set up OCP’s legal structure so that all companies could share technology without fear that they would forced to share secrets they didn’t want to expose.

“Intel, their legal team are incredibly savvy about IP law,” Frankovsky says. After they set up that up, Intel signed on as a founding member.

Then, he asked Goldman Sachs’ Don Duet to join the board.

Duet tells us, “We knew the team at Facebook for several years, before people like Frank and others joined. In 2007 and 2008, Facebook was starting to grow and they called on us to help and advise them on how to run infrastructure.” (Goldman Sachs helped Facebook raise a late-stage investment round and was one of the bankers involved in its IPO.)

Duet liked the idea of OCP. He thought the hardware industry was lagging because it was dominated by a few huge hardware vendors. “It felt bespoke,” he describes.

He knew they were onto something almost immediately at OCP’s first conference.

“We thought maybe 50 people would show up.” Instead over 300 came. “That was incredible,” he remembers.

Flash forward to March 2015: Over 2,500 people came to US conference held at the San Jose Convention Center, OCP’s new full-time CEO Corey Bell tells us.

The financial industry is on board

Goldman has been happy to buy OCP servers.

Goldman Sachs Don Duet Goldman SachsGoldman Sachs managing director Don Duet.

“We started at mid-point last year purchasing OCP servers,” he says. Now Goldman has committed that “80% of its servers would be OCP.” It will only buy regular commercial servers for oddball, outlier applications, where it doesn’t make sense to spend time on custom designs.

Duet says Godman will never go back to buying servers the old way. “We’ve been clear to the vendor community. There’s no reason to go backwards. We didn’t go back after adopting open-source operating systems.”

With Goldman as a marquee user of OCP, Frankovsky shrugs off Hölzle’s slam.

“If you’re using 100 to 200 computers, that’s 80% of everyone on the Internet, you should use the cloud. The question always comes up, when should you exit the cloud? When you’re spending enough money on your cloud bill that a small fraction of that should pay for an engineering team.”

For instance, Citibank, Goldman Sachs, and other financial services companies will spend nearly $200 billion combined on tech in 2015 alone.

“The fascinating thing is that industry most ravenous to adopt OCP has been the finance world,” Frankovsky says.

In fact, another huge financial tech firm recently went public with its use of OCP: Fidelity Investments. Fidelity says OCP hardware has reduced its data center energy bill by 20%, among other benefits.

A $1 billion business in just a couple of years

By 2013, just two years into the project, Heiliger knew it would be a hit.
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How to Install LED Home Buttons on a PS3 Dualshock Controller

 

Installing an LED light in a PlayStation 3 controller’s home button is one of the most common modifications for gaming accessories and allows you to illuminate the controller while playing your favorite game. Many companies offer LEDs that are compatible with the PS3 Dualshock controller and come in a variety of bright colors. When you install the light, it will create a glowing effect in the main PS button. Before modifying the controller, however, make sure the LED light is less than 5 volts. Using an LED light with a higher voltage will drain the battery in the controller.

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Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the five screws from the back of the PS3 controller. To avoid losing the small screws, place them in a small storage bag such as a Ziplock bag.

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Place pressure on the clip that connects the back panel of the controller to the front panel. The clip is located at the bottom of the controller. Lift up the back panel and remove it from the controller.

 

3.Disconnect the battery from the circuit board.

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Remove the two white battery clips located on the left and right sides of the circuit board.

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Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the small screw that connects the circuit board to the front panel of the controller.

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Lift up the left and right rumble motors located in the bottom corners of the controller. Lift gently to prevent the motors from detaching from the circuit board. Remove the circuit board from the controller.

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Remove the black rubber pad in the middle of the controller. You will notice a large, oval indentation, which is used to cover the PS button on your controller.

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Drill a hole in the indentation on the rubber pad. Make sure the hole is wide enough for the LED light. After drilling a hole, put the rubber pad in its original spot in the controller.

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Disconnect the circuit board from the white, plastic bezel and place the circuit board in your workspace.

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Peel the thin green ribbon from the back of the bezel.

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Use wire cutters to cut the long, circular piece in the middle of the plastic bezel, and then drill a hole in that exact position. After you drill a hole, reconnect the ribbon to the bezel.

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Re-attach the bezel to the front panel of the controller. The hole you drilled in the bezel should align with the hole in the rubber pad.

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Use wire cutters to cut two pieces of electrical wire, each approximately three-to-four inches in length.

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Solder the positive lead to the positive end on the LED, and then solder the negative lead to the negative end. Use a damp cloth to wipe any excess solder.

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Push the LED through the hole on the bezel and place it in the PS button hole in the rubber pad.

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Re-attach the circuit board and wrap the LED wires around the left side of the circuit board. You will notice a vertical row of four silver nodes in the bottom left corner of the circuit board.

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Solder the positive end of the LED wire to the positive node on the circuit board, and then solder the negative end of the LED wire to the negative node.

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Reconnect the battery to the circuit board and re-attach the battery clips to the left and right sides of the circuit board.

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Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to re-attach the back panel of the controller.

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    Logitech’s QuickCam webcam series feature a small LED light that indicates to the user when the camera is active. The LED indicator is enabled by default on all QuickCam models, but certain models offer users the option to disable it. Controls for the LED light are found in Logitech’s QuickCam drivers; these drivers need to be located and installed before the user is granted control over the LED light. According to Logitech, LED toggling is available only on the QuickCam Pro for Notebooks and the QuickCam Pro 9000.
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    3.Select your webcam and then select the “Downloads” tab. Select your operating system in the available drop-down and then click “Download Software.”

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    Almost all standard light emitting diodes require a voltage of between 1.5 to 4-volts to operate. Connecting the light emitting diode (LED) to a higher voltage will normally quickly destroy the LED, by causing it to burn out. However, many electronics stores sell LEDs which are marked as five-volt, and these can be directly connected to a five-volt power supply without damage. Although these are normal LEDs, they have an in-built resistor which drops the voltage down from five-volts to the voltage required by the LED. Five-volt LEDs can be connected to a nine-volt battery, but an external resistor is also needed in order to drop the voltage to the five volts required.

    Instructions
    Calculate the Required Resistor Value

    1
    Find the current required for the LED from the LED packaging, or online from the manufacturer’s material data sheet. This will be labeled as forward current and displayed in milliamps.

    2
    Calculate the resistor value using ohm’s law, which states: voltage = current times resistance. The required voltage drop is four volts, as the battery provides nine volts and five volts is needed to power the LED. Putting the voltage drop and an example LED current of 20 milliamps into the equation gives: 4 = 0.02 x R. This can be rearranged as: R = 4 / 0.02 = 200 ohms. A 200-ohm resistor will be needed in series with the LED.

     

    3.Calculate the required power rating for the resistor, using the formula: power = current times voltage. Putting the values into the equation above gives: power = 0.02 x 4 = 0.08 watts. Standard carbon resistors have a power rating of 0.25 watts, so 0.08 watts is well within their operating range.

    Build the Circuit
    4
    Cut a piece of electrical wire to run between the positive terminal of the battery and the resistor. Remove a small amount of insulation from each end using the utility knife or wire strippers. Solder one end of the wire to a lead on the 200-ohm resistor.

    5
    Cut another piece of wire, and strip a small amount of insulation from each end. Solder one end of the wire to the free lead on the resistor and the other end to the positive connection on the LED.

    6
    Strip the insulation from the ends of a third piece of wire and solder one end to the negative connection on the LED. The other end will be connected to the negative terminal on the battery.

    7
    Connect the wire leading to the resistor to the positive terminal of the nine-volt battery, and the wire from the negative connection on the LED to the negative terminal of the battery. This causes the LED to light up, with the resistor protecting from the excess voltage.

     

    Tips & Warnings
    Online LED resistor calculators are available that perform the necessary calculations for you, once the details for the LED have been entered.

    Do not connect the five-volt LED directly to the nine-volt battery, as it will quickly burn out.

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    How to Concentrate LED Light

    Light emitting diodes (LEDs) are semiconductor chips that put out light far more efficiently than incandescent or fluorescent bulbs. Add in the potential that LED light sources can last 10 years or more, and you have the nearly perfect light source. But LEDs are inherently non-directional — they shine light in all directions. Manufacturers make this a little handier for designers by putting light extraction mechanisms within the chip itself. Still, to concentrate the light in a bright cone of illumination, additional optics are required. A particularly useful design is called a non-imaging concentrator, in particular, a type called a compound parabolic concentrator, or CPC.

    Instructions
    1
    Select a high-power LED. This can be a single “superbright” white LED, an array of white LEDs, or several colored LEDs all assembled on a single flat carrier.

    2
    Obtain the specification sheet for the selected LED and determine the area of the light emitting region.

    3
    Determine the desired angular spread of the beam. A smaller angle will be brighter, but cover less area, while a larger angle means a larger area is lit, but less brightly.

    4
    Calculate the diameter of the output aperture, using the formula that the diameter of the output aperture is equal to the diameter of the active area of the LED determined in Step 2, divided by the sine of the angle determined in Step 3.

    For example, if the LED area is contained within a diameter of 12 mm and the desired output angle is 15 degrees, the output aperture is 12 mm / sin(15°) = 46 mm.

    5
    Select a CPC with the input aperture determined in Step 2 and an output aperture as calculated in Step 4.

    For the example, the input aperture is 12 mm and the output aperture is 46 mm. Any CPC with those apertures will concentrate more than 95 percent of the light into the output cone. If the desired CPC is not available off-the-shelf, follow the “string method” in the references to define the needed optic.
    Tips & Warnings
    There are other types of non-imaging optics that can effectively concentrate LED light.

    The Julio Chaves book provides a more detailed introduction to the entire topic of non-imaging optics.

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    How do I Repair Bad LED Light in Instrument Cluster?

    If you have a bad LED light bulb in your instrument cluster, you may miss out on information you will need when behind the wheel. If you locate a bulb on the cluster that isn’t working correctly, you should replace it before you next take your vehicle out on the road. These replacement LED bulbs are available at your local auto parts store.

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    2
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    How do I Repair Bad LED Light in Instrument Cluster?

    How do I Repair Bad LED Light in Instrument Cluster?

    If you have a bad LED light bulb in your instrument cluster, you may miss out on information you will need when behind the wheel. If you locate a bulb on the cluster that isn’t working correctly, you should replace it before you next take your vehicle out on the road. These replacement LED bulbs are available at your local auto parts store.

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