I would like to drive a 3x3 RGB LED matrix multiplexed. This means each RGB LED has 1/9 duty cycle and that means it consumes 1/9 of total current. The RGB LED I am using is designed for max 35 mA continuous forward current that means: 35 / 9 = 3.8 mA for each LED which isn't very bright. Its peak forward current is specified at 1/10 duty cycle, 0.1 ms pulse width and max. 100 mA. The datasheet gives me this diagram to determine the forward voltage:
As you can see on the Y axis the maximum current is 35 mA. How am I supposed to determine the forward voltage for 100 mA?
Complete Datasheet: http://www.csd-electronics.de/data/pdf/LL-509RGBC2E-006.pdf