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How many volts does the led diode lamp



  The power of LED light emitting diodes is related to the design of current and voltage circuits, as well as the selection of driving power sources. The current of a single LED chip is constant at 20MA, so the single chip in red, yellow, and orange colors is between 1.8-2.3V, while the other colors are between 2.8-3.6V
So, how many volts does it take for a specific LED to light up? We can refer to the voltage range of LED beads to choose a suitable driving power supply, and we will list it as white  led diode lamp
0.06W, voltage 2.6-3.5V, current 20MA
0.5W, voltage 2.65-3.77V, current 150MA
1W, voltage 2.79-3.90V, current 350MA
3W, voltage is 3.05-4.5V, current is 700MA
5W, voltage 2.65-3.77V, current 150MA
Although white light-emitting diodes are one of the many colors in LED beads, we can see the approximate range of light-emitting diodes
Next, let's take a look at the voltage of the six conventional colors
White LED diode 2.8-3.4V
Red LED diode 1.8-2.4V
Blue LED diode 2.8-3.4V
Yellow LED diode 1.8-2.4V
Emerald green LED diode 2.8-3.4V
Yellow and orange LED diodes 1.8-2.4V
In addition to the above six types, there are also white high-voltage lamp beads available at 6V, 9V, and 36V, but their use is very special, such as some products on high-voltage lamp strips

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