5mm LED 500 Pack Multicolour

5mm LED 500 Pack Multicolour Australia
5mm LED 500 Pack Multicolour Australia
Product ID: LB-LR0271


We have 18 units of the 5mm LED 500 Pack Multicolour in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Wednesday, Apr 24 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 1000 units.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Friday, May 03 and Wednesday, May 08 2019.

Updated 13 days ago
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Updated 13 days ago
Little Bird's Description of the 5mm LED 500 Pack Multicolour


500 5mm LEDs for $15. I know you are already sold but lets go in to detail so you know what you just added to cart. 

If you want to make LED throwies you can just tape an LED, or 5, to one of these CR2032 batteries and you are good to go.



100 pcs Red 5mm Diffused LED

100 pcs Green 5mm Diffused LED

100 pcs Blue 5mm Diffused LED

100 pcs Yellow 5mm Diffused LED

100 pcs White 5mm Waterclear LED


Working current: 20 (mA)

Working voltage: 

            Red: 1.9V-2.1V
            Yellow: 1.9V-2.1V
            Green: 3.0V-3.2V

Brightness in mCd:

          Yellow: 300
          Green: 400-500

Wave length in nm: 

                        Red: 630-635
                        Yellow: 588-590
                        Green: 567-570
                        White:Color temperature 8000K


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5mm LED 500 Pack Multicolour Guides
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