0805 SMD Blue - Ultra Bright LED

Lighthouse LEDs 0805SMDBLUE

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Quick Overview

The 0805 SMD is a very small LED that is used in many types of today's popular electronics. The blue 0805 LED color is bright and unmistakable.

0805 SMD Blue -  Ultra Bright LED

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Details

The blue color 0805 LED is a vibrant color that you can't go wrong with. 2012 is another name that the SMD is commonly known as. This LED is used in many of today's popular electronics. We have seen them used as direct replacements in electronics to simply change the colors. They are also used for custom projects or in mass production products as well.

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Additional Information

Size 0805 SMD
Color Blue
Luminosity/Brightness 120 mcd
Forward Voltage 3.0-3.2v
Current 20mA
Wavelength 465-470 nm
Viewing Angle 120 Degree
Mount Style SMD (Surface Mount Diode)
Lens Color Clear
LED Brightness Class Super/Ultra/Extreme

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+++ , 12/11/12
By Alice
Lighthouse Leds has the best quality LEDs I have found from the US to China. Great brightness, long lasting and true colors.
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