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Kingbright L-7113GD 5mm 2.2V Green LED 20mcd

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Brand: Kingbright  MPN: L-7113GD 
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A 5mm 2.2V green LED with diffused lens from Kingbright, suitable for PCB and panel mounting applications.

  • Intensity and colour matched
  • Made with gallium arsenide phosphideLow power consumption
  • Cathode identified by flat on body
  • General purpose leads
  • Reliable and rugged
  • Long life - solid state reliability

Rapid Electronics are Kingbright''s leading UK distributor of LEDs. To find out more about the full range of Kingbright products please visit Rapid''s Kingbright page.

ColourWavelengthLum. int. (mcd)IFVFVFVRViewMftrs. pt. no.
(nm)@ IF (10mA)max. (mA)typ. (V)max. (V)max. (V)angle
Diffused lens
Bright red6605252.252.5530°L-7113HD
HE red625453022.5530°L-7113ID
Pure orange61030252.052.5530°L-7113ND
Pure green5555252.252.5530°L-7113PGD
White0.31, 0.31 *1000 **303.24530°L-7113PWW-A
Transparent lens
Water clear lens
Mega green5681000302.12.5520°L-7113MGC
* Chromaticity coordinates
** @ 20mA

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27 March 2019 Question by: John Squires | Product code: 55-0120
Q. What size resistor would I need to operate these from a 15v DC Supply
A. Hi John, thank you for your question. The equation is to take the supply voltage from the typical forward voltage of the LED divided by the typical current of the LED in amps will give you the resistance in ohms of the required current limiting resistor. In this case - 15v-2.2V=12.8V/0.02A(20mA) = 640 ohms. In practice the preferred value of 680 ohms would be fine like 64-0068 per LED.


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