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RGB 5mm Water Clear LED - 45deg - 1750mCd - Cmn Anode

This LED has red, green and blue elements and a common anode. Control each element independently and manipulate the energy levels of each to form any colour

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This 5mm RGB LED contains three LED elements (red, green and blue). Each element can be controlled independently. By varying the amount by which each element is turned on any colour can be created. They are ideal for design colour controlled lighting effects.

This LED has a common anode which is the longest leg (positive).

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Forward voltage, red element: 1.9 - 2.5V
Brightness, red element: 1500 - 2300 mCd
Forward voltage, green element: 2.9 - 3.5V
Brightness, red element: 2000 - 2700 mCd
Forward voltage, blue element: 2.9 - 3.5V
Brightness, blue element: 1500 - 2200 mCd
Angle: 45 degrees
Lens: Water clear

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Posted by Engineering student, Saturday, 26 April 2014 on product RGB 5mm Water Clear LED - 45deg - 1750mCd - Cmn Anode
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    A: The way you control the colour is by controlling the voltages across the three LEDs. You need to control the three voltages independently so a microcontroller is a good idea, it would be possible to do it manually with some variable resistors though.
    Posted by Aaron Sturman on Sunday, 27 April 2014

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