Yes I will. The circuit uses two MOSFETs (whatever that is ) to switch power to the LEDs.
press the H (high) to change to L (low) that simulates what the DZ-2500C sends back to the controller to trigger the LEDs; Both LEDS shown are RED for on. Two are shown so that one remains on the breakout board for testing. Moving your mouse around will show the current and voltage at the various components. The momentary switch is not shown but that just grounds the circuit to the White wire on the DZ-2500C
My laser cut control panels as well. Because it's cut by a laser cutter and not an Xacto knife I can make the track lines as inlays in another color of Plexiglas and perfectly inlay the track lines into the panel.
All holes for LEDs and momentary switches are not drilled but again perfectly laser cut too.