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8mm Panel Mount Blue with Chrome Bezel LED

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• 8mm blue individual indicator bezel LED
• Forward voltage of 10V - 14V and a forward current of 12mA
• Non-flashing LED
• Viewing angle of 30 degrees
• Brass bodied with a chrome finish

A 12V, 8mm panel mounting LED with chrome bezel. The LED is supplied with a washer and locking nut . Has a reverse voltage of 5V, an 8mm diameter drilling hole and a thread size M8x0.75mm.

Specification

Operating Specifications

Light Output:

25 mcdmcd

Viewing Angle:

30 °°

Forward Voltage:

10 - 14 VV

Reverse Voltage:

5V

Forward Current:

12 mAmA

Power Dissipation:

120 mWmW

Dimensions & Weight

Diameter:

8 mmmm

Product Specifications

Flashing:

No

Contents

Package Contents:

1 x LED

Construction

Colour:

Blue

Connectivity

Connection Type:

Through Hole

General

Type:

Standard LED

What type of resister would I need to uses for 24volts for these LEDs

Asked by: Robert
Unfortunately we can not give product design advice regarding this issue. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-04-11

What is meant by reverse voltage

Asked by: Kjandsr
REVERSE voltage is the maximum the LED can stand the other way round without damage.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-03-28

Will i need to wire a resistor in the circuit with these or are they built into the LED, and if so what size resistor, Thanks

Asked by: Anonymous
This has an input voltage range of 10-14VDC, you would only need a resistor if your input voltage exceeds that amount. Which resistor you would need would depend on the input voltage you are using.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-03-15
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