I am going to be working with this one and making a B&W G3 change for all you P&W people. There are already LED's on the board on the B&W, so it's a matter of getting enough power to the LED if I use the board connection, or using a sepperate connection on the board to accomplish this. I tried, art for arts sake, just touching an LED to the board connections while it was running and determined I will need a lower demand LED. Mine, w/ a 100ohm resistor, could go strait into a 5volt connection just fine, so that's how I know I'll need a different LED to do these tests. Will keep updated.
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