5mm Violet LED - 460 nm - T1 3/4 LED w/ 15 Degree Viewing Angle

Part Number: RL5-V1015
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Overview

5mm through hole Violet LED. 460nm wavelength Violet LED, 1,000mcd with 15 degree viewing angle. See spectral graph for actual wavelength measurement. Component LEDs are sensitive electronic devices and require some knowledge of electronic circuits to operate them. Price listed is per unit, however, bulk discounts are available and are automatically applied to your order.

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Notes
  1. 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.

Specifications

Continuous Forward Current 20 mA
Dimensions
Forward Voltage 3.6V
LED Brand ETG
LED Color Violet
LED Package 5 mm (T-1 3/4)
Lens Clear
Lumen 0.05 Lumen
Maximum Forward Voltage 4V
Millicandela 1000mcd
Operating Temperature -35~+85 °C
Peak Forward Current 100mA
Power Dissipation 120mW
Reverse Current 100mA
Reverse Voltage 5V
Storage Temperature -40~+100 °C
Total Power Consumption 0.072 Watts
Tube Diameter T1-3/4
Viewing Angle 15 degree
Wavelength 460 nm
Package Weight: 0.01oz (0kg)
Package Dimensions: 0.39" (1cm) x 0.24" (1cm) x 0.24" (1cm)
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Part Number: RL5-V1015
Violet LED
absolute maximum ratings: (TA=25°C)
PARAMETER SYMBOL Rating UNIT
Power Dissipation PD 120 mW
Continuous Forward Current IF 20 mA
Peak Forward Current (1/10th duty cycle, 0.1ms pulse width) IFM 100 mA
Reverse Voltage VR 5 V
Operating Temperature TA -35~+85 °C
Storage Temperature Tstg -40~+100 °C
Reverse Current (VR=5V) IR 100 µa
Lead Soldering Temperature (3mm from body) 260C (for 3 seconds)
Optoelectric Characteristics
PARAMETER SYMBOL MAX TYP UNIT TEST
View Angle of Half Power 2ø1/2 -- 15 Degree --
Forward Voltage VF 4 3.6 V IF=20mA
Peak Emission Wavelength ÿP -- 460 nm IF=20mA
Luminous Intensity IV -- 1000 mcd IF=20mA
Absolute Irradiance -- 40 mW IF=20mA --
*ONE OF THESE CAN ILLUMINATE A BLACK LIGHT POSTER IN A DARK ROOM
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RL5-V1015 - 5mm Violet LED
5mm Violet LED

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  • Name
    The Betamax Romantic Movement
  • Technical Level
    Advanced
  • Part Number
    RL5-V1015
  • Reviewed On
    12/21/13

Purple LED speech

At last, a purple LED that's actually purple and not an UV one palmed off as such. A extremely hard to find component, very similar to the now obsolete ETG 5AX420-15. A pleasant colour and good brightness at 15mA. Better colour than the Lumex SSL-LX5093VC. Brill.

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  • Name
    Colleen
  • Technical Level
    Average
  • Part Number
    RL5-V1015
  • Reviewed On
    01/19/14

A perfect, non-UV purple

Very bright; lovely color. The color tends a little toward pink, but is exactly as described - purple, not ultra-violet. I have bought many "purple" LEDs only to receive them and find they are UV. Super-Bright is the only place I have found this color, and I am happy to pay the price for the perfect color.

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  • Name
    Scott
  • Technical Level
    Average
  • Part Number
    RL5-V1015
  • Reviewed On
    05/04/15

Purple Glow

LED's put out a nice bright light. Great color also.

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  • Name
    SpaceWIndu
  • Technical Level
    Advanced
  • Part Number
    RL5-V1015
  • Reviewed On
    03/09/16

Rare purple LEDs

Normally purple/violet is mix of blue and red diodes. If this is a mix, I can't tell. These look straight violet to me. I shave the heads down and string these together to make a laser sword blade. Nice!

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