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Old 01-30-2017, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default Discussion: Cost Effective Driving of Standard LEDs from 10VDC up to 110/230VAC with Current Limiting Diodes - Flicker Free!

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Diotec Semiconductor Standard LEDs are widely used for all kind of lighting purposes such as optical indicators and signal lights, marking lights, display backlights, interior and furniture lighting and much more. New approaches even use standard LED arrays to replace fluorescent lights (“neon tubes”).
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Yes, it is. At the same time that housing SMA and SMB was firing a "real" watt, on the PCB around the pads of copper should be more than 3-4 times the square of the buildings of the diodes. Otherwise, the maximum allowed in the Datasheet power levels with heat sink only through the tracks of an imminent overheating.
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