Electrical power: 0.04 W
... emitting diode, orange / green, without color transparent Functions Bundle: white-colored SMT bundle, without color transparent resin Characteristic of the particular unit: 2 chips could be manipulated ...
Characteristics Low energy consumption High reliability Low current requirement Fast switching No UV/IR radiation None diffused lens Black surface Compact package outline Applications Flat backlight for LCDs, switches and symbols Decorative ...
Electrical power: 0.06 W - 0.12 W
... source color devices are made with Gallium Arsenide Phosphide on Gallium Phosphide Orange Light Emitting Diode. The Super Bright Green source color devices are made with Gallium Phosphide Green Light ...
Electrical power: 0.1, 0.15 W
... as flush mounted panel indicators For DC and pulse operation Color mixing possible due to separate anode terminals Luminous intensity selected into groups Categorized for green color Wide viewing ...
QuasarBrite LEDs Surface Mount Ceramic 1210 Package, Dual Color Features / Options * State-of-the-Art, High Brightness Chip Technology * Choice of LED Colors ...
- Meet RoHS, Green Product. - Package In 8mm Tape On 7" diameter Reels. - Compatible With Automatic Placement Equipment. - Compatible With Infrared Reflow Solder Process. - I.C. Compatible. / EIA STD Package.
Electrical power: 0.0014 W
... . Feature 2 C/W LED: Blue（λ D :470nm）and Green（λ D :528nm） TO-18 package Narrow Beam Angle (θ:±10°), High power Application Light source for Bill validator Light source for printing discrimination Light source ...
Feature : extremely wide viewing angle ideal for backlighting andcoupling in light guides Applications : displays；backlighting；automotive lighting；traffic & signal lights
How to choose this product
A bi-color LED is an electroluminescent diode able to emit light at two different wavelengths, for example, red and green.
Bi-color LEDs are used primarily for two-color indicator lamps, avoiding the need for a second diode.
A bi-color LED usually has three pins, a cathode and two anodes. The anode by which the current enters determines the color of the light. For example, one junction for red, another for green.
How to choose
A bi-color LED is chosen to save space and streamline the configuration of an electronic assemblage while providing light in two colors.
- Low energy consumption