PLCC-6 SMD Pure Green - Ultra Bright 5050 LED

Lighthouse LEDs 5050SMDPUREGREEN

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The PLCC6 SMD is a very small LED that is used in many types of today's popular electronics. The pure green PLCC6 LED color is bright and unmistakable.

PLCC-6 SMD Pure Green - Ultra Bright 5050 LED

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The pure green color PLCC-6 LED is a vibrant color that you can't go wrong with. 5050 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.

The PLCC6 LED has 6 pads on it and is an easy way to distinguish it from other leds and resembles a square, dimensionally.

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Additional Information

Size 5050 SMD LED - PLCC6
Color Pure Green
Luminosity/Brightness 3200 mcd
Forward Voltage 3.0-3.2v per diode
Current 20mA each Chip/Diode - 3 Chips/Diodes
Wavelength 525-530 nm
Viewing Angle 100-120 Degrees
Mount Style Surface Mount (SMD)
Lens Color SMD - Not Applicable
LED Brightness Class Super/Ultra/Extreme

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