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    Hi from France

    Hi !

    I've been participating in the forum for a couple months but I realized I didn't introduce myself, so here it is : I started collecting about one year ago, I'm focused on 1/6th scale Star...
  2. Re: Help from electronic savvy collectors please! Hot Toys R2D2 lighting mod

    I guess something like 5€ + shipping ... haven't thought on any detail yet, but that should fit in a regular bubble envelope.

    I was telling myself it would also be possible to make it cycle...
  3. Re: Help from electronic savvy collectors please! Hot Toys R2D2 lighting mod

    I used a Microchip PIC10F322, but basically any microcontroller would do the job.
    I'm using Microchip's tools to program it (Pickit 4 + MPLAB X), I know there exists other third party tools to...
  4. Re: Help from electronic savvy collectors please! Hot Toys R2D2 lighting mod

    And there it is :)
    I finished my little add-on circuit. It is only one microcontroller that has been programmed to replicate the effect of two consecutive taps on the touch sensor when powered up.
    ...
  5. Re: Help from electronic savvy collectors please! Hot Toys R2D2 lighting mod

    So, for anyone who is interrested, here is the full schematic of the main circuitry under R2's dome :)
    Pin 7 of the microcontroller seems unused, and I don't really know what the two "104"...
  6. Re: Help from electronic savvy collectors please! Hot Toys R2D2 lighting mod

    N could be any of them
    M would be preferably one on the upper part of the board, not the ones on the integrated circuit ... one of the points I mistakenly marked "M" on the IC is in fact one of the...
  7. Re: Help from electronic savvy collectors please! Hot Toys R2D2 lighting mod

    Hello,

    I'm interrested in exactly the same modification as you (powering the LEDs with an external power supply), so I disassembled my R2 and started to look at the circuitry.
    I have a first...
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    Sticky: Re: Star Wars Battery Index

    Hello,
    Some more :)

    Hot Toys

    Deathtrooper (MMS398) : 3 x LR621
    Deathtrooper specialist Deluxe (MMS399) : 3 x LR621
    K-2SO (MMS406) : 3 x LR621
    Yoda (MMS369) : 2 x LR621 in the power unit...
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