I was hoping to power a 1 watt LED (would be great if this is capable of powering 2 or 3 watt LEDs) with a 3 volt coin cell.
- Will the coin cell be able to output voltages and amperages that are within acceptable levels for the LED's operation? Essentially will the LED or battery fail faster than is considered normal?
- If I need to add resistors to the circuit, what kind of heat levels will they produce?
The battery would ideally be a CR 2302 lithium cell, chosen due to a size requirement.
The LED has a forward voltage of 3.2-3.4 volts and a forward current of 350 mA.