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Current limiting is the practice in electrical or electronic circuits of imposing an upper limit on the current that may be delivered to a load with the purpose of protecting the circuit generating or transmitting the current from harmful effects due to a short-circuit or similar problem in the load.

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I have understood that this is a bad way to do it: Since some LED can draw more current than others. So lets say I would power some high powered LEDs, like say 10 x 3W LED with a DC forward voltag …
asked Apr 17 '16 by BufferOverflow
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I was planing on using a Raspberry PI Zero W for å smart lamp project with WS2812b LEDs, to avoid separate power supply for the LEDs, my plan was to power the LEDs from +5VDC on the RPI ZW. The lamp i …
asked Feb 20 by BufferOverflow