I got a strange situation and was hoping some of you wiring experts could chime in and give me a clue.
Long story short, a while back I bought a ‘DIY LED drop-in’ solution, no soldering required. This was way before the time of ArcEyes or KNserts, so it’s essentially a rat’s nest of wires with small LEDs all wired up.
I’ve never delved into LED wiring ever, or any mod/setup that required extra external voltage such as optical sticks, P360s, flash, etc. so please excuse my noobness.
The person I bought them from is long gone and I am unable to contact them. I didn’t bother getting around to installing it until recently, and here’s where I’m stuck.
I’m planning to wire this to a simple MC Cthulu board, but I’m not sure which terminals to screw these three wires to:
One black wire labeled: (-5v) 0 volts
One blue wire labeled: PCB Ground
One red wire labeled: +5 Volts
Other side of the labels:
Hopefully someone can point me in the right direction. I’m not even sure that all 3 wires need to be attached to a screw terminal position at all. My soldering skills are -extremely- limited, so a solderless solution would be best.
Again, the board I’m using is a simple MC Cthulu.
Thanks in advance!