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bright bicolor LEDs at low current?

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by starfire, Dec 30, 2003.

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  1. starfire

    starfire Guest

    I apologize if this post is redundant in the past. From what I could see,
    though, it hasn't really been addressed directly...

    What is a good part number and source for a red/green bicolor LED (two pins,
    anode green tied to cathode red and vice versa) that will be bright enough
    to clearly see in a flourescent light environment?

    Thanks.

    Dave
     
  2. b.a. marcus

    b.a. marcus Guest

    http://www.dialight.com/pdfs/prodgroup/550-xx04.pdf

    Simple. How bright do you want them? Check Mouser.com for superbright.
    There may be other sources. Try a 120 on 5 volt LED's.
     
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