[DML] Re: #5939 at DCS'12
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[DML] Re: #5939 at DCS'12

I agree, Tom.
However if the LEDs are grouped (3 or 5) why not add the appropriate resistor to each of the groups? 
In case of failure, it will be only one group that fails, not one after another?
It's not the cost of the resistors, it's the safety  and reliability that counts.

I presume Bitsyncmaster can elaborate on the subject much better than I can.


P.S.: Shouldn't the subject line need changing to reflect the LED discussion?

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tom Niemczewski" <dmctom@...> wrote:
> If your strip has 10 groups (30 LEDs) you will need a 1250 Ohm 1Watt
> resistor. If you can't find a resistor of the exact value go with the next one up.
> Greetings from Poland!

> Tom Niemczewski


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