These LEDs look great in your projects!
Use these 3V LEDs Any place you need nice bright lights running on:
a coin cell "watch" battery
AAA or AA battery
3V regulated adapter
or on your DCC board (3 volt position)
We have tested and figured the resistors if and when needed. So you are all set! Each LEd already has a resistor if and when one is needed.
Our Warm White LED closely matches the warm glow of incandescent lighting in roomboxes, or the glow of car headlights. Also called "soft white".
Cool White LEDs have cool cast, much like fluorescent lighting in factories, or the newer Xenon headlights seen in newer cars headlights. Some call them "daylight".
Run these lights with:
These 100,000 hour Super Bright LEDs come Fully Assembled with 8" of insulated wire. Connect these LEDs right to a 3V DC battery or adapter using any of the options above. Guaranteed to work, nothing to add, plug and play.
Our LEDs are Guaranteed to stay lit for 2 years with free replacement!
"How can I use the 3 volt lights?"
The 3 volt lights are for 3 volts. You will need our:
Do not use a 9 volt battery with these 3 volt lights. Even several of them grouped together will be destroyed by a 9 volt battery. If you need LEDs for a 9 volt /12 volt battery, we have them here: LEDs for 9 volt battery
Solids and Flashing?
We recommend getting a 3volt coin cell for your solids
and a separate coin cell for your flashers.
Some colors of flashers, especially red, can cause "carryover" flicker in any solid LEDs.
How about 10 Flashers on one coin cell battery?
Here it is!
The lights are:
4 3mm white fast
1 3mm red/blue fast
3 3mm red fast
2 1.8mm blue fast
and one single cr2032 coin cell
We found the 3mm fast blue was not bright enough when sharing the battery with the other colors, so we used 1.8mm fast blue for this.