|Item Weight||0.798 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||5.2 x 4.5 x 0.1 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||5mm Round Top|
|Color||H) Orange (100pcs)|
|Finish||5mm Round Transparent|
|Item Package Quantity||100|
|Number Of Pieces||100|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Special Features||Long Working Time|
Chanzon 100 pcs 5mm Orange LED Diode Lights (Clear Round Transparent DC 2V 20mA) Bright Lighting Bulb Lamps Electronics Components Indicator Light Emitting Diodes
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|Finish Type||5mm Round Transparent|
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- Overview: Single Color Orange, Wave Length: 600nm - 610nm（Amber）, Luminous Intensity(Brightness): 1500-2000 mcd , Viewing Angle: 30 Degrees, 5mmled
- Parameters : DC 2V - 2.2V Volt 20 mA, Polarity (2 V) : Anode "+" (Longer Leg) | Cathode "-" (Shorter Leg), Clear Transparent Round Small Lens
- Shipping Weight: 1.2oz / 0.03kg, Package: Pack of 100 Pieces leddiode(Through Hole DIP 2pins leads mini LEDs Set)
- Compatible with: DIY PCB Board Circuit, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Hobby, Science Experiments, Throwies Project, Breadboard, T1 T-1 Bulb, Bulk 2.2v 2.5v Parts Replacement
- Micro F5 5 mm Diameter, 2pin 2 pin Leads, Tiny Light, Low Voltage 3.2 v & Low Power Consumption
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Specification: Quantity: 100 pieces / Packs Lens: 5mm Diameter / Transparent / Round Emitting Colour: Orange (600-610nm) Luminous Intensity: 1000-1500mcd Ultrabright Viewing Angle: 30 Degree Forward Voltage / Current: 1.8V-2V | 20mA Wattage: 0.036W Lead Length: 17mm / 18.5mm Polarity: Anode (Longer Part) | Cathode (Shorter Part) Used For: PCB Circut, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Hobby, Science Experiments, Throwies Project, Breadboard, T1 T-1 Bulb, Bulk Parts Replacement Search "chanzon led diode" for more related leds.
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Other than that, the colours are brilliant, and the selection is great.
3V: White, warm white, blue, pink, UV/purple, green
2V: Yellow, yellow-green, orange, red
- Chanzon Orange = Nixie Neon glowing filament colour, quite red, very nice
- Chanzon Blue = Bright vivid sky blue, excellent colour
- Chanzon Pink = Bright Pastel Pink, very sweet romantic colour without being overbearing
- Chanzon Yellow-Green = Bad; very dim brightness, ugly piss/highlighter yellow colour
- Chanzon UV (Purple) 395nm = Dim brighness, UV blacklight colour, possibly good for niche special effect use
- Chanzon Yellow = Bright vivid sulfur lamp yellow, almost orange, great for scale model construction vehicle lights
- Chanzon Green = Super bright vivid kryptonite green, excellent
- Chanzon Red = Super bright vivid Red, excellent
- Chanzon White = Bright cold white colour, useful for neutral lighting or flashlight lighting
- Chanzon Warm-White = Bright incandescent warm white, IMO preferable to the normal white which is sterile feeling
I used 54 LED with a 3.3v 1A power adapter, I might have gone over by 4 LED, but my project is working.
Made a UV lamp to dry PCB ink.
Two gripes, one just having been mentioned. First, it's a bit tricky to choose a current limiting resistor for these, since the forward voltage varies between each color of the LED.
Second, as mentioned, these resistors are finicky. Specifically, in my experience, they don't like to be placed awkwardly and/or having their leads bent and straightened constantly. I have one lamp in which my planning was filled with errors so I had to bend and twist a lot of wiring around (lesson learned, protoboard is commonly used for a good reason!). This resulted in all but two of the seven LED's not going through a full color change cycle.
I've gone through similar experiences with standard LED's which still worked fine, so I'm assuming maybe there's a slight short that's causing the IC's in these to malfunction. At any rate, lamps that I've built that didn't have issues caused by my mistakes work fine and the LED's change color as advertised.
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BUT IF YOU CHANGE A 1.2 VOLT GARDEN SOLAR LIGHT LED FOR THIS COLOUR LED IT WILL ONLY LIGHT SAY RED IT WILL NOT CHANGE COLOUR BECAUSE OF THE INDUCTOR ON THE BOARD IT UPS THE POWER SO THE LED CAN WORK BUT IT SWITCHES ON AND OFF VERY FAST ABOUT 50,000 TIMES A SECOND YOU CAN'T SEE IT BUT IT STOPS THE NEW MULTI COL LED FROM WORKING SO YOU HAVE TO ADD A CAP 104 ACROSS THE LED TO SMOOTH THE POWER AND A DIODE ON THE -NEG TO STOP IT GOING BACK TO BATTERY - WORKS GOOD NICE SLOW COLOUR CHANGE YOU GET THE MIX COLOURS THEN AFTER A QUICK FLASHING MIX ONE. I CHANGE MY GARDEN OWL 2 CLEAR EYES TO MULTI COLOUR ONES HE LOVES HE NEW EYES LOL. ALL THE BEST DAVE.
The effect of 11 UV LEDs, all shining out from a reflector, is pretty cool.
They seem pretty tolerant of voltage. I've been running some from 3xAAA batteries (4.5 volts), and they're showing no ill effects.
For the price, these are excellent.