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TruOpto OSWC7331A-NO 1.8mm White LED High Power 3000mcd

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Brand: TruOpto  MPN: OSWC7331A-NO 
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A 1.8mm 3000mcd white high power LED in a water clear package, suitable for panel mounting applications, and ideal for use as general purpose indicators, small area illumination and backlighting.

ColourWavelengthLum. int. (mcd)IFVFVFOrder
(nm)@ IF (20mA)max. (mA)typ. (V)max. (V)code
Whitex: 0.25, y: 0.26*4200303.4455-1850
Warm whitex: 0.45, y: 0.41*3000303.33.855-1654
Pinkx: 0.40, y: 0.20*750303.33.855-1656
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05 March 2019 Question by: Philip Ward | Product code: 55-1654
Q. Will this work using 2xAA alkaline cells and can you please tell me the part number for a surface mount for this led? Thanks.
A. Hi Philip, thank you for your question. The white version will work from 2.8V to 3.8V so 2 x AA batteries will be fine. Do you mean a bezel for this LED? Unfortunately we do not list one this size.

26 April 2012 Question by: Barry Smith | Product code: 55-1654
Q. I am thinking of wiring up a model ship with some of these LEDs and running them off a 6V supply. What size resistor would I require? and would I get away, if wired with just using one?
A. Thanks for your enquiry Barry. You would need a 660 ohm resistor (product code 63-2399) and just one would be suitable for running of the 6V battery.


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