LED - Super Bright Yellow (100 pack)

You can never have too many LEDs. Don't worry, we've got you covered. This is a pack of 100 LEDs all conveniently packaged in a reusable ESD safe bag. Buy in bulk - save a ton!

  • 100 bright yellow LEDs
  • 10,000mcd brightness
  • Standard size - T1 3/4 5mm
  • 2.4V forward drop
  • Max current 20mA

LED - Super Bright Yellow (100 pack) Product Help and Resources

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  • R_Phoenix / about 11 years ago / 1

    Are these actually YELLOW or do they shine AMBER? They look amber in the pictures

    • bfesser / about 11 years ago / 1

      Peak wavelength at 585–590 nm, according to the datasheet. Words are ambiguous.

  • Broginator / about 14 years ago / 1

    Why is there no 25 piece set of "Super Bright LED - Yellow"? I see singles, and this page is of course the 100 pack, but there's no 25 piece set for the Super Bright Yellow, even though the other "Super Bright" colors have them (Red, Blue, Green, etc...)
    So, in conclusion, please make a 25 piece set of these (Yellow) LEDs like you have for the other Super Bright LEDs, so that i might buy them and be happy.
    Thank you.

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Disappointing all around

I bought these for a lightsaber project for the family. I discovered that there were at least two different LED types in the package, each with its own forward voltage drop and power requirements.

Furthermore, after comparing these to a pack of green LEDs and a pack of orange LEDs from a different supplier, all rated at 10 kmcd, there is absolutely no way these are 10 kmcd parts. These, even when biased properly, are nowhere near as bright as the COM-09984 green LEDs sold here.


I'm having our inventory control department take a look at these - this sounds like a giant pain. The tech support team has your case now and should be able to take care of you.