How To Build Custom Sequential LED Strips - Online Course FREE Preview

How To Build Custom Sequential LED Strips - Online Course FREE Preview

How To Build Custom Sequential LED Strips. This is a free preview of my Online Course and private membership - The Lightsmen

I show you the good and bad of using Power LEDs from exLED, along with our potted Ghozt Sequential Modules. We cover show you how to Solder Paste LEDs to a circuit board, divide the LEDs into individual groups, solder on wires, and how it all comes together and connects to the ghozt module.

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15 comments


  • Chris

    Hi i stumbled across your videos and have been hooked i am into custom cars i am currently started my own car club along with modifying my 1996 honda civic lx and i would love to incorporate what you are showing/teaching everyone
    I have two questions for you 1. What is the kind/ name of the circut board used to make the LED’s
    And 2. How can i take the course and become a lightsman thank you for your time sorry for such a long comment


  • Chris Harris

    I am absolutely ecstatic about the possibility of learning custom lighting-especially programming the Ghost module for custom sequential automotive applications-from someone like myself that is strongly planted in the custom car world.
    Electronics and computer engineering/programming has always been a huge interest to me. I am also an ASE Certified Technician and an apprentice welder. I’m now disabled due to complications of being a Type 1 Insulin-dependant Diabetic for the past 36 years.
    I was forced to “retire” from working full-time when my health declined to where it affected my work on a daily basis. I’m now 41 years old with a family of 6, looking to add to my skillset based around electronics and custom cars, that I can learn as not only a new hobby and possible “side-hustle” but also to have another skill based on experience to pass along to my kids.
    I am extremely interested in your course if you could possibly give me a shot. That’s all I ask.
    Thanks in advance Chris.

    Best regards,
    Chris Harris


  • Hugo Espinosa

    Hi, I just started to watch your videos a few days ago. I got excited about learning how to do the sequential lights. I work with electronics with hydrogen fuel cells at the moment, but I did a lot of cool lighting stuff with an aviation research and development company here in town, and I used to enjoy doing custom work wheels I used to work there. I’ll be happy to learn from you, and already order a set of lights for my Tundra so I can work with those and make something cool.

    Have a great day!

    -Hugo


  • Bill Justus

    Definitely interested in course. Thanks.


  • Gavin Milton

    Hi sorry to disturb you but I have a reliant scimitar and I am looking to build a complete custom lighting units for all 4 corners of my car. And after seeing your video on your ghost sequencer for indicators and tail lights. But I cannot find the sequencer anywhere as I’m in the UK I’m guessing may be the problem. Can you advise me on where I can find them and maybe a link would be great thanks Gavin from the uk.


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