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Description: We all know that you can never get too many LEDs. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This is a pack of 25 LEDs all conveniently packaged in a nice reusable ESD safe bag. Make that next project shine!


  • 25 RGB LEDs
  • Standard size - T1 ¾ 5mm
  • 2800/6500/1200 mcd brightness
  • 2.0V/3.2V/3.2V forward drop
  • Max current 20mA
  • Common Anode


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Customer Comments

  • Data Sheet doesn’t indicate which pins are RED, GREEN and BLUE

  • Not only is the diagram wrong (longest lead is the anode), but at least one of the LEDs in my batch had the green and blue swapped. From the flat it was Red-Anode-Blue-Green while the rest are Red-Anode-Green-Blue.

  • Another ‘heads-up’, the diagram on the included sheet is incorrect. The longest lead is the common anode, not the green LED. The green LED is the next longest lead that is shown as the common anode. In other words, the green lead and the common anode are swapped.

    And the battery polarity is backwards as well.

  • Just a heads up: the small paper insert in the package has an incorrect wiring diagram on the back. The diagram was meant for common cathode LEDs, so just swap + and - and you’ll be set.

  • Is this tutorial relevant? It doesn’t appear to concern this type of LED at all.

  • Hey guys, where is that Content Sheet suppose to be linking too? It would be nice if it was pointed to a data sheet. Right now it’s sends you back to New Product Friday: Tools and Robot Edition. RobertC. might be very knowledgeable but he’s not a Datasheet.

    • I think it’s supposed to link to rather than

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