[SOLD] [FS]: High power 3W LEDs: Ruimsig

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  1. Quintin

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    High power 3W LEDs ​
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    Hi there guys.
    These are the left overs from the previous sale I had a couple of weeks left.

    Have the following going at R25 each including the lenses.
    11x 3W High Power 10000k - 20000k
    4x 3W High Power Royal Blue
    4x3W High Power Green
    10x 3W High Power 590-595 NM - Yellow ​
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    Usual pic of the stuff.
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    Hey @Quintin, can I replace some of my cool white 3w bridgelux LED's with say, some yeallow ones, or the high power 10000k ones or do I need a whole new driver for the new colours?
     
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    It all depends on how you want to wire them up.
    I'm my build I had one driver for blue and one driver for white so that I could change the colour ratio of blue and white individually.

    But if you are happy at simply replacing an existing LED in your build with a different colour, then you don't need another driver.

    If you want to say take a couple of red LEDs and dim them independent of the rest then you can either use another driver or stick a pot in between the LEDS and an existing driver.

    Make sense?
     
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    Hi,

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    Dibs on 11x 3W High Power 10000k - 20000k and 4x 3W High Power Royal Blue.

    Thanks
     
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    OK, have the following left.
    4x3W High Power Green
    10x 3W High Power 590-595 NM - Yellow

    Also saw one or two Red LEDs.
     
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    @Quintin - clean out those cupboards bud....am sure theres more hiding there...lol
     
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    Nah man.
    Trust me I looked.
    That is the whole bunch.
     
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