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An LED is a semiconductor light source, when forward biased, it emits light. LEDs are used mainly to indicate the status of electronic circuits, for example to indicate that power is ON or OFF but nowadays they are used in many applications including lighting and beam detection.
This is a very basic 5mm LED with a red lens. It has a typical forward voltage of 2.0V and a rated forward current of 20mA.
- Color: RED
- Size: 5mm
- Luminous Intensity (mcd): 4000-5000
- Mounting Type: Top View.
- Wavelength (nm): 620-630
- Forward Voltage drop: 1.8 – 2.6
- Max current: 20mA
- Recommended Working Current: 16-18mA (at 2.2V)
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