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Tri colour 5mm diffused LED - 650mCd

Tri-colour 5mm Diffused LED (red, green & orange) all in one package. Viewing angle of 30 degrees and diffused lense. Average luminous intensity 650 mCd.

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Tri-colour 5mm Diffused LED - 650mCd, single
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This 5mm LED is a red, green & orange LED in one package.

Forward voltage drop:2.1 V
Viewing angle:30 degrees
Max forward current:30 mA
Luminous intensity red:750 mCd (@20mA)
Luminous intensity red:550 mCd (@20mA)
Lens types:Diffused

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No of parallel LEDs: V
LED forward voltage: V
Typical LED current: mA
Battery voltage: V
Resistance (calc): Ohms
Preferred value: Ohms
Resistor colour bands:
Enter the operating voltage, click calculate resistor and the resistor value to work with the LED described on this page will be shown.


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Posted by Bob Ashlin, Friday, 9 March 2012 on product Tri colour 5mm diffused LED - 650mCd
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    A: The centre lead of the LED is the common connection and should be taken to 0V. You then connect either or both of the other leads to 2.2V to give you red, green or orange. If you are using 5V or a different supply voltage you will need to add a current limit resistor. If you are only doing red or green at a time and not putting both on to get orange, then you can put the resistor between the common centre lead and 0V. If you want to turn both the red and green elements on at the same time then you should put a resistor in each lead. To work out the resistor use the calculator to the left of this comment.
    Posted by Geoff Hampson on Friday, 9 March 2012

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