26mm Red/Green LED Cluster

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About this product


  • High visibility
  • No. of built-in 5mm LED lamps: Super Bright Red 6 pcs
  • Super Bright Green 8 pcs

Product overview

• High visibility
• No. of built-in 5mm LED lamps: Super Bright Red 6 pcs
• Super Bright Green 8 pcs
• Waterproof package with hood suitable for outdoor and indoor information boards.

A 26mm highly visible LED cluster that is housed in a waterproof package with hood, and is suitable for in and outdoor information boards. The cluster has 14 x 5mm LEDs, made up from six super-bright red and eight super-bright green LEDs. This will also allow a ‘mixed’ orange colour to be generated. Red and green cathodes are denoted by matching coloured wires.

Hello, there are 3 x wires to this unit ,Red,grenn amd white, if i want to wire it without using the plug, what wires are for what ? ie positives and negatives? also is it 12 volt? thank you

Asked by: Dadtech
Be careful with your anode and cathodes here. In LED terms; the anode is POSITIVE (+) The cathode is NEGATIVE (-). Perform a search for the term "anode cathode led" within Google Images (or other image search engines) and you will see this for yourself. So to clarify; the White is a COMMON ANODE (+), with the Red and Green wires being the CATHODEs (-) from the respective colours... As with regards to the forward voltages, the red is Typically: 11v (Maximum 15v) and the green is Typically: 8.8v (Maximum: 10v). This is according the datasheet on the Kingbright website. Hoping this helps...
Answered by: KJE1
Date published: 2018-02-16

what size transformer would you need to be able to power this? Do you sell one?

Asked by: jimofbob
Billy is quite right, but be careful with your anode and cathodes. In LED terms the anode is POSITIVE (+), the cathode is NEGATIVE. Therefore; the white is a COMMON ANODE (+), with the respective red and green wires being the CATHODE from the colours (as stated within the product description). Perform a search in Google (or other image search engine) for the term "anode cathode led"; this shows the correct anode and cathode flow. Hoping this helps...
Answered by: KJE1
Date published: 2018-02-16


Asked by: WESLEY
Red: 13V (Max 17.5V) Green: 17.6V (Max 20V)
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2018-02-16

Hello. Can this 26mm cluster have the green and red lights switched seperatly. Many thanks wesley

Asked by: wesley
If power was only provided to the correct pins yes.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-02-18

Do resistors need to be fitted where a 12V car battery is used for the power source and what is the minimum voltage the led would work at?

Asked by: Delboy
Specifications for the device are provided on the listing, sorry we are unable to comment on any kind of circuit or project design.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-09-12

Does this device have an IP rating?  If so, what is it?  Tx.

Asked by: SmoothBall
This item is not IP rated.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-07-17

can this cluster be submersed in water??????
Asked by: Joe
No sorry this product does not support that.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

can these be run strait from a battery or do thay require any extras?
Asked by: chris harper
that would depend on the voltage of the battery
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2015-07-17
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