PDA

View Full Version : LED anchor light



Kermit
11-03-2000, 05:44 PM
http://www.hollysolar.com/lowvolt.htm

Scroll down to find a 24-LED "bulb" that will keep you from having to replace your anchor light for 100,000 hours while sipping a tiny trickle of juice. It'll only set you back 120 bucks US.

Kermit
11-03-2000, 05:44 PM
http://www.hollysolar.com/lowvolt.htm

Scroll down to find a 24-LED "bulb" that will keep you from having to replace your anchor light for 100,000 hours while sipping a tiny trickle of juice. It'll only set you back 120 bucks US.

Kermit
11-03-2000, 05:44 PM
http://www.hollysolar.com/lowvolt.htm

Scroll down to find a 24-LED "bulb" that will keep you from having to replace your anchor light for 100,000 hours while sipping a tiny trickle of juice. It'll only set you back 120 bucks US.

Frank Wentzel
11-06-2000, 06:10 PM
I followed one of the links on the site to Alltronics and found the high intensity LEDs at $0.40@. You have to supply your own current limiting resistors, and mount them somehow but this is more in my price range. When I get my order I'll experiment to find the best way to make a 12 volt light and post the results. The LEDs are their part # SE5014H. They also have orange LEDs that put out 4 times as much light.

Frank Wentzel
11-06-2000, 06:10 PM
I followed one of the links on the site to Alltronics and found the high intensity LEDs at $0.40@. You have to supply your own current limiting resistors, and mount them somehow but this is more in my price range. When I get my order I'll experiment to find the best way to make a 12 volt light and post the results. The LEDs are their part # SE5014H. They also have orange LEDs that put out 4 times as much light.

Frank Wentzel
11-06-2000, 06:10 PM
I followed one of the links on the site to Alltronics and found the high intensity LEDs at $0.40@. You have to supply your own current limiting resistors, and mount them somehow but this is more in my price range. When I get my order I'll experiment to find the best way to make a 12 volt light and post the results. The LEDs are their part # SE5014H. They also have orange LEDs that put out 4 times as much light.