LEDs

All of the different kind of LEDs available in the lab are listed below. Make sure you use the correct voltage!

Use this handy calculator http://ledcalculator.net/ to calculate what sort of resistor to use in your project. Or you can also do the math yourself using Ohm’s law.

Normal LEDs

Green

  • Voltage: 2.0 – 2.4 V
  • Current: 20 mA
  • Size: 5 mm
  • Wavelength: 570 – 572 nm

Red

  • Voltage: 1.8 – 2.2 V
  • Current: 20 mA
  • Size: 5 mm
  • Wavelength: 635-640 nm

Yellow

  • Voltage: 2.0 – 2.2 V
  • Current: 20 mA
  • Size: 5 mm
  • Wavelength: 587 – 590 nm

Super Bright LEDs

White (valkoinen)

  • Voltage: 3.1 V
  • Current:
  • Size: 5 mm

Warm White (lämminvalkoinen)

  • Voltage: 3.5 V
  • Current:
  • Size: 5 mm

Yellow (keltainen)

  • Voltage: 2 V
  • Current:
  • Size: 5 mm

Blue (sininen)

  • Voltage: 3.2 V
  • Current:
  • Size: 5 mm

Green (vihreä)

  • Voltage: 2 V
  • Current:
  • Size: 5 mm

Pink (pinkki)

  • Voltage: 3.5 V
  • Current:
  • Size: 5 mm