3mm Flashing Blue LED

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About this product

Overview

  • 3mm blue individual LED
  • Forward voltage of 4.2V and forward current of 10mA
  • Flashing LED

Product overview

• 3mm blue individual LED
• Forward voltage of 4.2V and forward current of 10mA
• Flashing LED
• Viewing angle of 60 degrees

A 3mm flashing LED with a blue diffused lens and a viewing angle of 60°. This LED flashes when a voltage between 5V and 14V is connected to it. Its flashing frequency is between 3Hz and 1.5Hz. The cathode is denoted by the shortest leg.

Specification

Operating Specifications

Light Output:

700 mcdmcd

Viewing Angle:

60 °°

Forward Voltage:

4.2 VV

Reverse Voltage:

0.5V

Forward Current:

10 mAmA

Power Dissipation:

310 mWmW

Dimensions & Weight

Diameter:

3 mmmm

Product Specifications

Flashing:

Yes

Contents

Package Contents:

1 x LED

Construction

Colour:

Blue

Connectivity

Connection Type:

Through Hole

General

Type:

Standard LED

Hello, you said in answer to a previous question that this does not require a ballast resistor. The write-up says a supply of 5-14v and yet the specs say forward max voltage is 4.2V?

Asked by: Davew
The data sheet for the item states a operation voltage from 3.5V to 14V.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-02-27

Would this product be suitable to use for an Arc Welding module I am making
Asked by: B Butler
No sorry this product does not support that.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

Does this LED need a ballast resistor?
Asked by: David Hunnam
no it does not.
Answered by: TJ
Date published: 2015-07-17
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