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Discussion in 'Computers, Cabling & Other Miscellaneous Hardware' started by mrpackethead, May 16, 2011.

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    mrpackethead Full Time Elf

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    The little leds in the strip are rgb, 2.8mm x 2.8mm in side and have a peak current of 100mA. THe die on the left is a 90W warm white, adn the die on the right is a 40W RGBW. The pink pen is a pen. Now trying to think what to do with this stuff!

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    Well.. I think the pen is for writing....

    and the leds are for ...... lighting (?!)


    (or in the case of a couple of them... heating?)
     
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    They look like the lenses for the high power LEDs in that photo, do they come with the LEDs or is there somewhere special you can buy different types of lenses from?
     
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    very special. mouser.com
     
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    well I sure could use those warm whites to light my backyard pergola and pizza oven....

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