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Although this question is more of an optics than electronics, it strongly involves LEDs so I think it is a good idea to post it here.

I have a simple 3W, RGB LED with a 5deg lens. Everything is connected and and works but when projecting the light on the wall I can easily see the 3 different colors. I tried using a diffuse lens with partial success as the color mix inst 100%.

Is there any way to fully mix the colors of a standard 3W RGB LED?

Gilad.

Although this question is more of an optics than electronics, it strongly involves LEDs so I think it is a good idea to post it here.

I have a simple 3W, RGB LED with a 5deg lens. Everything is connected and and works but when projecting the light on the wall I can easily see the 3 different colors. I tried using a diffuse lens with partial success as the color mix inst 100%.

Is there any way to fully mix the colors of a standard 3W RGB LED?

Gilad.

Although this question is more of an optics than electronics, it strongly involves LEDs so I think it is a good idea to post it here.

I have a simple 3W, RGB LED with a 5deg lens. Everything is connected and and works but when projecting the light on the wall I can easily see the 3 different colors. I tried using a diffuse lens with partial success as the color mix inst 100%.

Is there any way to fully mix the colors of a standard 3W RGB LED?

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Blending RGB LED colors together

Although this question is more of an optics than electronics, it strongly involves LEDs so I think it is a good idea to post it here.

I have a simple 3W, RGB LED with a 5deg lens. Everything is connected and and works but when projecting the light on the wall I can easily see the 3 different colors. I tried using a diffuse lens with partial success as the color mix inst 100%.

Is there any way to fully mix the colors of a standard 3W RGB LED?

Gilad.