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High Power White LED 20W with Heatsink and Driver
Will this unit work in an automotive enviroment @ 13.8 DC Voltage with ample cooling?
Yes this will work on voltage supplies from 9-32VDC so this will not be a problem.
Date published: 2014-03-14
the specifications listed on the webpage seem to be for the l.e.d. only. What voltage and current would be required to power the driver and led?
The "driver" PCB will draw negligible current, 100ma or less so no matter. the device that makes the light, The LED is what draws most power.
Date published: 2014-07-29
Are these LEDs weather resistant? I understand I would want to seal up the wire leads and of course put the driver in a weather resistant project box...but is the LED 'wafer' weather resistant?
No, I'm afraid the LED unit is not designed to withstand exposure to the elements.
Date published: 2014-03-14
Are the SURE white LEDs blue-white or a warm white LEDs?
The manufacturer states that this LED is pure white. Unfortunately, I do not have any color temperature meters or other diagnostic equipment at my disposal to be more accurate than that.
Date published: 2015-04-23
i'd like to put this in OTR microwave as replacement light,Frigidaire Gallery.It seems i need only a 18volt dc source converted from bulb outlet
There are bulb plugs witch could be used for the ac power to converter allowing use of existing switch.Need to know what size that heat sink is,may not need it if attached to microwave,plenty of small dvd player or computer fans to use,unit may even have room for a more forward location.THANKS
well first off, i would like to warn that if you are not careful, the addition of all this electronic material may prove failure prone. working with microwave technology can be treacherous if you do not know the theory well enough. other than that, i would also warn that using a light bulb this bright may cause blindness. yes, blindness. so i must ask, why would you want that much light for such a small microwave. this bulb would be more suitable to grow plants or light a large room. you should look into getting a 1-3 watt led bulb possibly off this website or an auction website or something like that. a twenty watt led bulb would have the equivalent of 100-150 incandescent watts. if it's a e26 or even a e14 bulb, there are plenty of bulbs that fit. halogen bulbs can be replaced by led's too. hope this helps!
Date published: 2015-01-23