NEW PRODUCT – 3W-9W RGB LED – Common Anode

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NEW PRODUCT – 3W-9W RGB LED – Common Anode


Better grab your sunglasses, your sunscreen, and a bucket hat because this 3W RGB LED is so bright it’s like like taking a beach vacation ON THE SUN.  Maybe that’s an exaggeration, but these are really bright.

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This is a 3-9W RGB LED, basically the same thing you’ve got on a little 5mm breadboard version, but with huge chunks of silicon that can handle large currents. Each of the red, green, and blue dice can handle continuous ~350-750mA current draw (with peaks of 2A) so you can drive this at an eye-blistering 9W.  The light output is 150 lumens (150,000 millicandela) total at 3W, and perhaps double that at 9W.

Each order comes with one 3-9W LED on an aluminum PCB/holder/heatsilk. Please note that even though the PCB acts as a heatsink, 3-9W is a lot of power to dissipate as heat so you will need an additional heatsink or fan or other cooling mechanism! Adabot, Adafruit Metro, and components are not included.

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If you’re looking for an LED that draws less power and is a bit less bright, we also carry a 3W RGB version here.

In stock and shipping now!


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