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  • Wow

    posted by bussemann

    Incredibly bright (do not look straight at it at close range.)It does say 15-17V operating range, but I have run it straight from a 12V battery with no discernible drop in light output.
    It is bright enough to work as a photoflash, and does not need heatsink for that kind of intermittent use.
    This is the brightest led I have ever seen. 1050 lumen does not accurately describe the awesome light intensity from this led. Seeing is believing
  • Surprisingly bright!

    posted by farmandkbh

    Planning to make a reverse light for the car. This LED in series with a 3,9 ohm 5 W resistor and a heat sink will do the job (avg 13.6 volts on my car). Could use a constant current driver (ex. SKU 3256) but i think it's a bit overkill and the resistor is a lot more safe in this environment.
    Just waiting to make comparisation with the std bulp!
    Highly recommended, but remember that current must be regulated rather than voltage
  • Bought them to use in my ceiling lamp

    posted by emzi01

    - Price is one of the best- As bright, as is should be, not less- Easy-to-solder contacts- Small enough to fit in many appliances
    - Package labeling indicates 9-11V, 1050mA, 900lm- Tiny hole on one of the contact means (+)- Neutral white light
    Good for those who knows how to DIYMust be used with heat sink only
  • bought i to make small mp3 amp!

    posted by mikeyb789

    bought it to make a small mp3 speaker system. looked for other amps but couldent find one with low amp draw. to use with 12volt 4.5 amphour battery.
    wether its a small system like i made or a standalone amp you can make it happen with this amp. do not use very high tones withit as class d amps cannot amplify them properly and distort badly.
    buy it make something cool with it or use it to replace a failing amp in small stereo and will not disapointed
  • Bright LEDs

    posted by bradley90

    These are super bright RED LED modules. With only a 10 Watt dissipation, it is really easy to mount to a small heat sink with a small fan and not worry about over heating the modules. These modules would make fabulous emergency back lights. By keeping the amperage below 500ma, a smaller heat sink would be required and a simple constant current source could be constructed using a 78LM05 voltage regulator and one resistor. No fan would be required
    None - Just great LEDs
    Bottom line, for the money, these are awesome LEDs. They can be used in interesting DIY projects like LED communications or theme lighting.

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