Re: [DML] LED Rear Light Replacment...
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Marty Galbreath wrote:

>No, I suppose you could use a resistor, as I did with my turn signal
>LEDS, but it seems to negate a lot of the current savings of the
>leds in the first place. I am sending you my relay scheme off list,
>as I did for others who were interested.
>
>Marty Galbreath
>#3765
>
>
>
Your completely wrong here. Electronics repair is one of the things I do
for a living.  Resistors limit voltage and current, not increase it.
The higher the resistance, the less current flow the resistor allows.
For instance. a 1k ohm resistor at 12 volts will only pass 12mA of current.

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Chris
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http://badger.brazi.net/delorean



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