LED Assortment, 5mm, 20each Red, Green, Yellow, Blue & White

LED Assortment, 5mm, 20each Red, Green, Yellow, Blue & White
Stock Number: 32066 OP
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 Number of Reviews: 4
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Availibilty: In Stock   Units: 185

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Detailed Description

5mm LED Combo Pack
20 pieces each of our 5mm LEDs for a total of 100 units.
Includes: Red,Green,Yellow,Blue & White
Max. Forward Current: 20mA
Max Reverse Voltage: 5V
WT: .08

California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Nice Selection, but verify polarity
Nice Selection, but verify polarity as mentioned in the other reviews. I use an LED tester to check polarity. It also has multiple current limit taps so I can gauge and match brightness among LEDs.
- Bill, IL
I was pleasantly surprised by how BRIGHT these are! The green one appears to be the brightest. You cant even look at it when its lit by a 5v Arduino output and a 330 ohm resistor! Thats impressive for a low priced package assortment like this! The colors are vivid and even. I plan to order more!
- William Barnett, CT
LED polarity
When using LED for any project, always check the polarity of the leads. Dont assume that they are correct. Use a 9 volt battery or a 12 volt power supply with a 500 ohm resistor in series. If the LED lights, you have the correct polarity. If it doesnt, reverse the leads. Keep current to less than 20 ma. Some LEDs want to see 10 ma or less. Dont go by lead length or the flat on the LED! This procedure has worked for me and has never blown a LED!
- Phil Mollica, FL
A good value with a twist
All the LEDs appear to be fine. No defects, pulls, or 2nds. Very bright and even. Just one twist, all the red LEDs Ive checked so far are marked backwards. The flat is on the anode lead, not the cathode as normal.
- David S, TX