avatar

smitec

Member Since: January 26, 2010

Country: Australia

Profile

Spoken Languages

English Portuguese (Some)

Programming Languages

C/C++/Objective-C Python 2.X/3.X Delphi VB Assembly etc.

Universities

Student At UQ (09-13)

Expertise

C Programming Circuit Design

Websites

http://uqebess.com http://blog.smitec.net

  • Product KIT-10662 | about 3 years ago

    change R1 to 390 ohms and change R2 to 68 ohms
    This gives 50.03 mA through the LED
    Its a tiny bit high but you should be fine. Increasing R1 more will lower the current (at 400 ohms its 49.97 mA but you might be pushed to find a 400 ohm resistor.)

No public wish lists :(