This LED produces light that is similar to that of a candle flame. This makes it ideal for mood lighting, toys or ornaments.
- Produces light similar to a candle flame.
- Ideal for mood lighting.
- Does not require a current limit resistor.
- 1 x Yellow Candle 5mm Water Clear LED - 30deg - 5800mCd.
- Length: 36mm.
- Height of LED: 9mm.
- Diameter: 6mm.
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Add mood lighting to any room with these flickering LED tea lights made using our own Yellow Flickering Candle LEDs. LED tea lights are an ideal...
Many thanks for the query.
looking at the technical specifications of the LED, it can take between 2.5V - 5V and would not require a current limiting resistor.
Thank you for your question, this LED will indeed run from a coin cell at a reasonable brightness. The most common coin cell we see used with these are the CR2032 Coin Cells our code 2262.
Thank you for your question. LEDs do not work quite the same as light bulbs meaning they do not really have the same sort of life spans. You should easily be able to get 5-10 years out of an LED provided you supply it the correct voltage.
For this one you can supply it with 2.5V to 5V so anywhere in that range should be fine. If you go above that range you will need to build in resistors to prevent damage to the LED, but this should not affect it's life span.
The LED will turn on at around 1.8V’s however it is very dim, it becomes more visible around 2V and becomes most clear at around 2.5V’s. The maximum voltage the LED can take is 5V.
If two or more of these flicker LEDs have power applied at the same time (e.g. if there were several wired in parallel), would the flicker effect be synchronised across all LEDs?
I assume they would eventually drift out of phase anyway if this was the case, but for my application it would be better if they all did their own thing from power-up.
Is the flicker effect random or is there a visible cycle to the flicker pattern?
The LED’s all power up at the same time but they appear to go out of sync straight away, so they all end up flicking at different times. There is a pattern to the flicking but it isn’t obvious to look at, so it does appear random.
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