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RGB MultiLED Floodlight

Utilize your favourite LEDs to make stunning light projects or a utility replacement for power hungry halogens. That reads like proper spam!

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This is a PCB that will accept superflux, PLCC-2 or standard LEDs. Even 10mm ones if you adjust them a little with side cutters... It's a work in progress, ignore the v1.0 on the board, the pads are too small and the silk screen needs a bit of an adjustment. Check out the files (KiCad) via github below and let me know what you think.

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ben.phenoptix wrote 03/30/2014 at 14:50 point
This board doesn't use RGB LEDs for that reason. Just standard leds in red green and blue.

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Sarah Wittman wrote 03/27/2014 at 16:47 point
I can't imagine how expensive all of these RGB leds can be. I have problems sourcing them for cheap.

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The Big One wrote 05/02/2014 at 01:55 point
I find eBay is nice for stuff like that, as long as you don't mind waiting a month for the stuff to arrive.

For instance, RGB LEDS:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/50-pcs-5mm-Tri-Color-4-PIN-Common-Anode-RED-BLUE-RGB-LED-Light-Emitting-Diode-/261312197418?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3cd76bb32a&_uhb=1 (common anode, 50pcs for $3.69), or http://www.ebay.ca/itm/50Pcs-5mm-4pin-RGB-Diffused-Tri-Color-Common-Cathode-LED-Red-Green-Blue-/141037353478?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20d67b3a06&_uhb=1 (common cathode, 50pcs for $5.48).

Can't speak to the quality of these particular ones, but I have bought LEDs (discrete, single color ones) in the past for a fraction of what I would have paid at Digikey.

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