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Vollong 3W RGB High Power LED
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|10 - 99 pieces||$4.75 each|
|100 - 499 pieces||$4.49 each|
|500 - 999 pieces||$4.25 each|
|1000 + pieces||$3.95 each|
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- Component LEDs are sensitive electronic devices and require some knowledge of electronic circuits to operate them. These products cannot be returned after the package has been opened.
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Vollong 3 Watt high power RGB LED. 465nm/525nm/625nm wavelength, 43,000mcd. with 120 degree viewing angle. See spectral graph for actual wavelength measurement.
|Continuous Forward Current||350/400||Forward Voltage||2.5V/3.4V|
|LED Brand||Vollong||LED Color||RGB|
|LED Package||14.5 mm x 7.5 mm||Lumen (Max)||60 Lumen|
|Maximum Forward Voltage||2.8V/3.8V||Maximum LED Junction Temperature||120|
|Millicandela||43000mcd||Operating Temperature||-35~+50 °C|
|Peak Forward Current||800mA||Reverse Voltage||5V|
|Storage Temperature||-35~+50 °C||Viewing Angle||120 degree|
|Wavelength||465 nm/525 nm/625 nm|
|Continuous Forward Current||350/400|
|LED Package||14.5 mm x 7.5 mm|
|Lumen (Max)||60 Lumen|
|Maximum Forward Voltage||2.8V/3.8V|
|Maximum LED Junction Temperature||120|
|Operating Temperature||-35~+50 °C|
|Peak Forward Current||800mA|
|Storage Temperature||-35~+50 °C|
|Viewing Angle||120 degree|
|Wavelength||465 nm/525 nm/625 nm|
|Characteristics - Absolute Maximum Ratings @ Ta=25°C|
|Forward Current (Red)||400||mA|
|Forward Current (Blue/Green)||350||mA|
|Peak Forward Current (1/10th duty cycle, 0.1ms pulse width)||800||mA|
|LED Junction Temperature||120||°C|
|Storage and Operating Temperature||-35°C ~ +50°C||°C|
|Soldering Temperature||300 for 3.5 seconds max||°C|
|View Angle of Half Power||2ø1/2||120||Degree|
|Forward Voltage @ 400mA (Red)||V||2.8||2.5||V|
|Forward Voltage @ 350mA (Green/Blue)||V||3.8||3.4||V|
|Dominant Wavelength - Red||λD||625||nm|
|Dominant Wavelength - Green||λD||525||nm|
|Dominant Wavelength - Blue||λD||465||nm|
|Luminous Intensity||IV||R:55 G:60 B:20||lm|
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Great light for a lightsaber
I am working in building my very own light saber. One thing I wanted is to change the color of the light as the lightsaber moves. I am using an Arduino Nano to control the leds and an ULN2003 Darlington chip to drive the current to the leds. They are so bright that it is painful to look at them directly (don't do it, you will hurt your eyes). The focus attachments works perfectly to point the beam to a 1inch acrylic rod that I use as the sable blade.
Awesome and fun
I would prefer if this had a common cathode but I could just as easily tie the cathodes together, just that it would make the connection a little easier. Other than that, this LED is amazing, it is much brighter than I had expected.
Don't get me wrong, I was expecting a really bright LED but this is just jaw dropping compared to even some of the "bright" LEDs I am used to.
Finally, to top it all off, I have the capability of displaying any color I want. I will try to post some pictures when I get some good ones of the finished product (still prototyping right now).