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Super Bright 5mm LED 105 Piece Assortment 7 Different Colors with Voltage Dropping Resistors

Brand:|Model: DC-LE13122|Part # 073-008
Designed for engineers, scientists designers, hobbyists and artists, this package includes green, blue, white, yellow, red, orange, and UV LEDs in this kit. Resistors included for 5 VDC and 12 VDC source voltages.
Due In: 4/18/2016
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Part # 073-008
  • Seven popular colors: green, blue, white, yellow, red, orange, and ultra-violet
  • Includes 210 voltage dropping resistors (105 for 5 VDC, 105 for 12 VDC)
  • 25° viewing angle for each LED

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Super Bright 5mm LED 105 Piece Assortment 7 Different Colors with Voltage Dropping Resistors

Every electrical engineer and  hobbyist needs this kit! This package includes seven popular colors, 15 pieces each, together with resistors (one for use with 5 VDC and one for use with 12 VDC) to provide a simple one-size-fits-all solution for DIYers everywhere! Each LED features a viewing angle of about 25°. 

Kit contents and LED specifications


Lens colorWater ClearWater ClearWater ClearWater ClearWater ClearWater ClearWater Clear
Forward Voltage (V)3.1~3.23.2~3.43.2~3.42.0~2.22.0~2.22.0~2.23.2~3.4
Wavelength (nm)520-525460-470-585-595625-630600-605400-405
Luminous Intensity (Lv)15000 mcd6000 mcd17000 mcd5000 mcd4000 mcd4000 mcd200 mcd
Resistors100Ω + 470Ω100Ω + 470Ω100Ω + 470Ω180Ω + 510Ω180Ω + 510Ω180Ω + 510Ω100Ω + 470Ω

Product Specifications
  • Size5mm (T-1 3/4)
  • Emitting ColorAssortment
  • Lens Type / ColorClear Diffused
  • Application TypeSteady
Super Bright 5mm LED 105 Piece Assortment 7 Different Colors with Voltage Dropping Resistors
  • BrandSure Electronics
  • ModelDC-LE13122
  • Part Number073-008
  • UPC844632093388
  • Product CategoryLEDs
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (4 Reviews)
  • Weight0.15 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Super Bright 5mm LED 105 Piece Assortment 7 Different Colors with Voltage Dropping Resistors is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice brite lightsThe assortment pack was ideal for me. I build RC model aircraft from scratch, and now the scratch building includes a home built LED lighting system. If you want reall bright lights, then these are not the ones for you, but if you would like realistic scale looking lights these are bright enough to be seen during the day. I find that I can run up to12+ lights from two AAA batteries, no resistors required. The optional plastic mounting bezels are easy to install ant the light look sharp on the plane.
Date published: 2014-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LED and Resistor AssortmentThe Assortment of LED's and Resistors is a good value for a shop box for the sudden needs for a LED Light for most anything. Would be nice if a instruction sheet came iwth package indicating what voltage each resistor was intended to be used with an LED. But using a site like LEDCALC . COM can figure out what resistor is needed for the purpose
Date published: 2013-03-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice, bright LED assortment with resistorsIt's a little difficult to review an assortment of LED's... I can say that these are fairly bright, and the assortment of colors is handy to have around. I build DIY guitar effects and these are great for indicator lights. I think they're a fantastic value, especially if you plan to use them with 5V or 12V, so that you can use the included resistors. I made some arrays using groups of three LED's in series, for accent lighting in my shop. On the array running at 12V, the resistors included for singles at 5V are close enough for me. One problem I found: At least on my pack, I've found several of the Orange LEDs where the flat side on the body is on the side with the long lead-- The long lead is positive, but on the applications where I clipped the leads before installing them, this caused me some grief, since the flat side isn't always negative.
Date published: 2012-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great starter or toyJust wanted some lights on a beam bag baseball scorer. Ran across this kit and it is perfect!Not being too up on LED's, the led wizard made this a do-able-deal.
Date published: 2012-02-26
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Super Bright 5mm LED 105 Piece Assortment 7 Different Colors with Voltage Dropping Resistors

Can you tell me what the wattage rating is for the included resistors?

Asked by: AndyK

Which resistors do i use for car and motorcycle applications?

My kit did not come with 2 types of resistors it came with 4! It came with 100 ohm,180 ohm,470 ohm, and 510 ohm. And how many is too many to wire in parallel together?
Asked by: robn2cars
The resistor used depends on how many you have wired together. There are many LED resistor calculators online that can help you with this.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-10-09

For mounting purposes, what size are the LEDs in this assortment?

Asked by: LarryMtView
These LED's are 5mm in diameter. They will work with our 5mm LED bezel.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-08-13

Diode forward current (mA)?

Hello.All the LED calculators I have found are asking for the "diode forward current (mA)" info to complete the task. Is this info available? I'm using 3 volts (2xAA batteries) for the RED LEDs and need to know what resistor to use.Thanks!
Asked by: nonsuchpro
A general rule of thumb for LEDs is 20mA (0.02A) forward current. Find the resistor value, then round up to the close value you can find.The forward current listed on some LED specs is given as a manufactures highest recommended current the LED should be allowed to let pass through. You can let more through (Brighter LED) but the lifespan will be reduced. Conversely you can let less though, but have a dimmer LED.Since this package includes dropping resistors, the forward current is not listed. However you can find it with ohms law.For the RED LED at 12VoltsV = I x R(Vsupply - Vforward) = Iforward x Rvalue(12V - 2V) = Iforward x 510Ω10V/510Ω = Iforward0.0196 Amps = 19.6mA = Iforward*NOTE the answer is below 20mATo check we will use the resistor provided for a 5V sourceIfrwd = (5V-2V) / 180ohms = 3/180Ifrwd = 0.01666 Amp = 16.7mA*NOTE 160ohm resistor could be used, however they are less common then 180Ω and 150Ω (150Ω would be 20mA, but there is no safety margin)So with a 3V source and 20mA forward current we will use Ohms Law again.V = I x R(Vsource - Vforward) = Iforward x Rvalue(3V - 2V) = 20mA X Rvalue1/(0.020A) = Rvalue50Ω = RvalueWith common resistor values, we would use a 56Ω or 68Ω resistor.
Answered by: JDoyner
Date published: 2013-07-07
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