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5mm LED Pack (50 pcs)

SKU: FIT0242

$4.96 AUD, inc GST
$4.51 AUD, exc GST

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5mm LED Pack (50 pcs)
4.96 AUD

SKU: FIT0242

$4.96 AUD, inc GST
$4.51 AUD, exc GST
3 reviews 0 5 4.7
In stock, ships today if ordered before 2PM
Delivered by Mon, 21st of Aug
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Introduction

This package includes 50 5mm LEDs,5 different colors.It covers five common colors:green,red,yellow,blue & white.It is ideal for your Arduino phototype projects.Get this package of all most common color LEDs
for your next project. Very handy for experiments and home cooked circuit board.  
 
 
Applications
  • Prototyping,LED decoration ,Indicator light
 
Specification
  • Voltage:1.8-2.2V(Basic Red,Green,Yellow)
  • Voltage:2.4-2.7V(White,Blue)
  • Max current: 20mA
  • Suggested using current: 16-18mA 
  • The Negative lead(Cathode):Shorter Lead
  • Larger Plate inside LED
  • Flat on body of LED adjacent to negative lead
  • Positive lead (Anode):Longer Lead
  • Smaller Plate inside LED
  • Size: 36x5x5mm
 
Shipping List
  • Basic Red LEDs(10 units)
  • Basic Green LED(10 units)
  • Basic Yellow LED(10 units)
  • White LEDs(10 units)
  • Blue LEDs(10 units)

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Customer Reviews

  1. Review by Stefan verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Item was delivered in a reasonable time and functioned exactly as specified. (Posted on 31/07/2017)

  2. Review by Thomas verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Good assorted pack. (Posted on 2/12/2016)

  3. Review by Romeo verified purchaser
    Rating
    80

    Work as stated, no issues. (Posted on 26/01/2016)

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