if so what resistor would i need if using a 12v supply.
Green Flashing LED with a viewing angle of 30 degrees. Luminous intensity 4000mCd.
|Forward voltage drop:||3V to 5V|
|Viewing angle:||30 degrees|
|Max forward current:||20 mA|
|Luminous intensity:||4000mCd (20mA)|
|Lense type:||Water clear|
Hi Phil, You would need to use flashing LED’s for all of them to make them all flash. A standard LED wouldn’t flash without something turning the power on and off very quickly such as a microprocessor. The best way to work out the resistor you would need is to use the resistor calculator to work out what you would need, https://www.kitronik.co.uk/blog/led-resistor-value-calculator
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