5mm LED Pack (50 pcs)

5mm LED Pack (50 pcs) Australia
5mm LED Pack (50 pcs) Australia 5mm LED Pack (50 pcs) Australia
Product ID: DF-FIT0242


We have 35 units of the 5mm LED Pack (50 pcs) in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Tuesday, May 28 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 236 units from DFRobot Australia.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Thursday, Jun 06 and Tuesday, Jun 11 2019.

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DFRobot's Description of the 5mm LED Pack (50 pcs)


This package includes 50 5mm LEDs, 5 different colors.It covers five common colors: green, red, yellow, blue & white. It is ideal for your Arduino phototype projects.Get this package of all most common color LEDs
for your next project. Very handy for experiments and home cooked circuit board.

  • Prototyping,LED decoration ,Indicator light

  • Voltage:1.8-2.2V(Basic Red,Green,Yellow)
  • Voltage:2.4-2.7V(White,Blue)
  • Max current: 20mA
  • Suggested using current: 16-18mA
  • The Negative lead(Cathode):Shorter Lead
  • Larger Plate inside LED
  • Flat on body of LED adjacent to negative lead
  • Positive lead (Anode):Longer Lead
  • Smaller Plate inside LED
  • Size: 36x5x5mm(1.42x0.2x0.2")

  • Basic Red LEDs x10
  • Basic Green LED x10
  • Basic Yellow LED x10
  • White LEDs x10
  • Blue LEDs x10
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5mm LED Pack (50 pcs) Guides
Blink an LED with Raspberry Pi

One of the simplest ways to get started with physical computing is to get an LED to turn on and off. 

In this guide, we will get an LED to blink by connecting it to a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. We will then program it using the GPIO Zero Python library. 

On completion of this guide, you will have gained a better understanding of how to utilise LEDs as well as on programming your Raspberry Pi.