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microtivity IL184 5mm Assorted Clear LED w/ Resistors (6 Colors, Pack of 60)
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- Contains 60 LEDs of 4 kinds. (Clear Red, Clear Yellow, Clear Green, Clear Blue, Clear White and Clear Pink)
- Comes with 60 1/4-watt 200ohm resistors for making connections.
- Great for electronic and electrical experiments
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Contains 10 Clear Reds, 10 Clear Yellows, 10 Clear Greens, 10 Clear Blues, 10 Clear Whites and 10 Clear Pinks. These light-emitting diodes work well for a wide variety of applications including Arduino projects. Comes with some resistors for connection. Forward Voltages are Clear Red and Clear Yellow 1.9-2.0V, Clear Green: 2.9-3.1V, Clear Blue, Clear White and Clear Pink: 3.0-3.2V. Packaged in a resealable zip lock bag for your ease of use.
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This set includes 60 200-ohm 1% tolerance resistors.
The red and yellow diodes have forward voltages in the 2.0±0.1V range and currents in the 22±1mA range. The other diodes (green, blue, white, pink) have forward voltages in the 3.1±0.2V range and currents in the 16±1mA range. [edit by author: This information is not correct and should be treated with suspicion]
They were all packaged nicely into separate bags, with a little colored dot on each one. This made it very easy to organize them.
Not only were they very easy to figure out, they were also very bright, and came in a nice assortment of colors. There was also a set of resistors if you need them, though I had no use for them.
For anybody who is just starting to learn how to use LEDs, a 1.5V button battery actually worked very nicely as a power supply for these guys. I was very pleased with the way it turned out, and I would recommend this set to anybody.