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An LED is a light-emitting diode. Lighting an LED is considered the "Hello world" of a circuit design, and it can be as simple as putting a series resistor or can get more complicated, involving PWM and multiplexing.

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I have some LED's I got in a mixed package and the RGB LEDs instead of a single max amperage just list a range. One example is I have a common cathode RGB LED with ratings listed as 1.9-3.4v and …
asked Feb 28 by CyF
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I'm trying to simulate an LED circuit but I am getting a large difference in results from the simulation vs calculations done using the datasheet information. In this case both the spice model and … this example here as well. I'm using a SML-P12WTT86R model LED from ROHM Semiconductor. The datasheet is here. Here is what I got from the spice simulation using ROHM's spice model. …
asked Apr 7 by CyF