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#1 ViSioNz

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 07:17 AM

Hey, I was wondering if I could replace my LED in my eject button with ones with these specs?

SPECIFICATIONS :
Lens Type : Water Clear
Forward Voltage (V) : 3.2 ~ 3.6
Reverse Current (uA) : <= 30
Luminous Intensity (mcd) : 11,000(Typ
Life Rating : 100,000 Hours
Viewing Angle : 20 Degree

ABSOLUTE MAX RATINGS (Ta = 25C)

Max Power Dissipation : 80 mw
Max Continuous Forward Current : 25mA
Max Peak Forward Current : 75 mA
Reverse Voltage : 5 ~ 6 V
Lead Soldering Temperature : 240C ( <5 Sec )



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#2 jameswalter

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 09:28 AM

Yep...just make sure they are 3mm.

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Posted 30 November 2005 - 11:42 AM

Yes like he said they must be 3mm, when u put in make sure the connections are good, i have noticed a few times i have done it the connectiones werent right so i had to go through and fix, here is a good site lsdiodes.com they are pretty reasonably priced there.

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Posted 30 November 2005 - 11:46 AM

It'll work. Just about any 3mm LED will work. The only "cheap" LEDs that exist out there are radioshack LEDs. I got some from futurlec and experimented on a spare eject/power PCB and they worked fine. Bi-color led's look great. A blue/red one would look nice.




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