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'OT White LED'
1999\01\10@174501 by cacciavite

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Hi PICer,

anyone know about the blank light LED.

It seems unbeleivable, but I have see with my eyes an ultra bright white
light LED and the people that have show me this device refuse to give me the
source.

Thanks


Ciao

Leo

1999\01\10@181849 by James R. Hall

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They're expensive, $8.00 for a led!
(there are also tri-color leds for $5 that
could do white light with some spiffy circuitry
or coding)
p38 in the latest jdr microdevices
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Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 5:48 PM
Subject: OT White LED


>Hi PICer,
>
>anyone know about the blank light LED.
>
>It seems unbeleivable, but I have see with my eyes an ultra bright white
>light LED and the people that have show me this device refuse to give me
the
>source.
>
>Thanks
>
>
>Ciao
>
>Leo
>

1999\01\10@182854 by ryan pogge

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They are common(at least in the U.S.), but fairly expensive(think I paid
something like 5 or 6 dollars for one.)
I ordered a pair of them from digi-key I belive..
any big mail order place should have them.....
I think the ultra bright blue LED's are the coolest tho.


>Hi PICer,
>
>anyone know about the blank light LED.
>
>It seems unbeleivable, but I have see with my eyes an ultra bright white
>light LED and the people that have show me this device refuse to give me
the
>source.
>
>Thanks
>
>
>Ciao
>
>Leo

1999\01\11@011149 by russellh

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cacciavite@BIGFOOT.COM wrote:
>
> Hi PICer,
>
> anyone know about the blank light LED.
>
> It seems unbeleivable, but I have see with my eyes an ultra bright white
> light LED and the people that have show me this device refuse to give me the
> source.
>
> Thanks
>
> Ciao
>
> Leo

Digi Key (http://www.digikay.com) has them, they are from Chicago Miniature
Lamp, Inc.

Three types,

 SMD for $5.64 (CMD1424WCNCT-ND

 T-1 for $4.02 (CMD204UWC-ND)

 T1-3/4  $4.02 (CMD333UWC-ND)

Which just shows how fast the price can come down on an electronic
component.

I have seen the second one, and it seems a bit blue to me, but it is
VERY white.

Russell Hedges

1999\01\11@062431 by Greg Cormier

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>I think the ultra bright blue LED's are the coolest tho.

Definately! Although expensive buggers... 5 bucks for one, but very cool. A
white LED? Hmmm... Anyone know the cost of laser diodes? They can't be
much. Over here in asia, it's easy to pickup a laser pointer for 5 bucks
with just a diode, batteries and case :) It'd be neat to have one for a
security system or something... light communications?

-greg


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