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|24th December 2009, 14:35||#16|
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diode forward voltage
diode forward current (mA)
I think Source volatage should be 12 volds, can you tell about others.
|24th December 2009, 20:52||#17|
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If you intend to run it through the cigarette lighter, the source voltage is 12 V. But, if you are connecting it to the battery, the voltage is 13.4 V (when the engine is on).
For diode forward voltage, there is a ("?") next to it. Because, different colored lights have different forward voltage.
Ask the guy from whom you purchased the LED, about the max. voltage of the LED.
Diode forward current: 20 mA
|10th January 2010, 02:45||#19|
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Thanks for admiring my D.I.Y. stuff
just to update, you guys can use 330 ohm resistor too, this will help most Blue L.E.D. to run longer, few Blue L.E.D.'s were not able to sustain 2-3 months on 100ohms one.
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