10mm Flashing Blue LED

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About this product

Overview

  • A 10mm LED with built in flash controller
  • 3Hz to 1.5Hz flash frequency
  • Diffused lens with 60° viewing angle

Product overview

• A 10mm LED with built in flash controller
• 3Hz to 1.5Hz flash frequency
• Diffused lens with 60° viewing angle
• UK47 has clear lens and 40° viewing angle

Specification

Operating Specifications

Light Output:

60 mcdmcd

Viewing Angle:

60 °°

Forward Voltage:

3.5 - 14 VV

Reverse Voltage:

0.5V

Forward Current:

15 mAmA

Power Dissipation:

310 mWmW

Dimensions & Weight

Diameter:

10 mmmm

Product Specifications

Flashing:

Yes

Contents

Package Contents:

1 x LED

Construction

Colour:

Blue

Connectivity

Connection Type:

Through Hole

General

Type:

Standard LED

I plan on running this LED from a 9V battery. Will It get hot? Will I need a heatsink?

Asked by: Martin
This will work fine at 9v.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-07-20

10mm flashing blue LED. Is it just connected to voltage to flash with no other external stimulouse

Asked by: Brian
Yes this is correct.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-03-04

I want to use this as an ancillary flasher indicator on my motor cycle. the machine has a 12 v DC supply and an existing flasher unit. What size resister do I need to step the voltage down and which leg do I solder it two ? Thank you

Asked by: Terence
As much as we would love to be able to help here, we cannot offer design project advice or assistance, we are more than happy to locate products and support you with your purchases but we are not able to design entire circuits or projects for you. If you do have the design/circuit information detailing the value of the components needed we will be happy to locate these for you.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-02-27

Can this LED be connected directly to a car cigarette lighter socket without a resistor, since the Forward Voltage is 3.5 V - 14 V ?

Asked by: Suren
Yes that would be fine.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-02-03
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