Diffused White 3mm LED (25 pack)

Diffused White 3mm LED (25 pack) Australia
Diffused White 3mm LED (25 pack) Australia Diffused White 3mm LED (25 pack) Australia Diffused White 3mm LED (25 pack) Australia
Product ID: AF-778

$8.78

We have 1 units of the Diffused White 3mm LED (25 pack) in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Monday, May 27 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 100 units from Adafruit Australia.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Tuesday, May 28 and Friday, May 31 2019.

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Adafruit's Description of the Diffused White 3mm LED (25 pack)

Description

Need some indicators? We are big fans of these diffused white LEDs, as featured in the LoL shield. They are really bright so they can be seen in daytime, and from any angle. They go easily into a breadboard and will add that extra zing to your project.

  • Pack of 25 diffused white LEDs
  • 3mm diameter
  • 3.0-3.4V Forward Voltage, at 20mA current
  • 500+ mcd
  • The LEDs tend to be in the ~5000K temperature but there may be slight variations between batches. Each bag of 25 has the same color temperature LEDs but multiple bags may vary in the 'color temperature'

If you need some help using LEDs, please read our "Introduction to using LEDs" tutorial for any electronics project.

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