Kitronik 5V Mini LED Lamp Module

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Description

AttributeValue
Operational Supply 5V max, 55mA.
Forward Voltage (Individual LEDs) 2.8V min, 3.6V max.
Forward Current 18mA at 3.2V per LED.
Luminous Intensity 4800mCd.
Colour Temp 6500K.
Number of LEDs 3 White LEDs.
Mounting Single central M3 hole (4.5mm).

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Q:
Can this be powered using a battery and if so which ones and how many?
Asked by: Anna
A:
Hi Anne,

Thank you for your question, you could power this with batteries. I would recommend 3 x AAA batteries as that would give you 4.5V.

Best Regards

Cullen
Answered by: Cullen Lewis
04-Jul-19

Q:
Hi I was wondering if you could use this with a breakout board? Thanks
Asked by: Jonathan Truslove
A:
HI Jonathan,

Thank you for your question, you should be able to use it with a 5V break out board.
Answered by: Cullen Lewis
09-Apr-19

Q:
How many can you power from a USB port? And does it need a resistor either with one or more powered from USB?
Asked by: Sam Smith
A:
Hi Sam,

Thank you for your email, it should not need a resistor to run from a USB as the resistors are prebuilt into the module, I would say a max of three to be run from a single port as some ports have a max of 200mA and these normally tend to draw 55mA each, if you connect more you are potentially going to damage the USB port.

Best Regards

Cullen
Answered by: Cullen Lewis
15-Mar-19

Q:
Hi, Could it be powered using 3 AA battery pack, even though they total 4.5 volts?
Many thanks
Asked by: Linda
A:
Hi,
You probably would be able to run this on the 4.5v however it could be alittle dim.
Many thanks
Answered by: Rebecca Diamond
07-Jan-19

Q:
Will this light work with a micro:bit driving the circuil

I am also looking for a board that would allow the microbit to drive 3 or 4 stepper motors. The only one that I have found is from 4tonix, and it requires a Raspberry Pi.
Asked by: mike lee
A:
Hi Mike,

Thank you for your email, you could certainly use the micro:bit to control the circuit but the micro:bit can only supply 3.3V and about 5-8mA so you would have to either set it up to have it's own separate supply or run it using a transistor as in experiment 4 from the inventor's kit

https://www.kitronik.co.uk/blog/experiment-4-using-a-transistor-to-drive-a-motor/

You could run the 3-4 stepped motors from one of our robotics boards but again they would need a separate power source to run.
Answered by: Cullen Lewis
21-Nov-18

Q:
What is the diameter of the power cable and its length?
Asked by: E Arnott
A:
Hi there,

Thank you for your question the cable is approximately 4-5mm thick and 100cm long.
Answered by: Cullen Lewis
05-Oct-18

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