We have taken these SMD Chip LEDs and added a tiny flash circuit to each one.
Yes! These chips will flash! Nothing needs to be added.
Chip LEDs are very small and compact yet still surprisingly bright! The benefit of a flat and compact LED Chip, already wired for you, is that it still gives a great amount of light and is easier to fit into small projects.
These flashing chips are already wired, tested, guaranteed, and fully ready to connect to your power supply. No resistors or components to make a flash need to be added, we have done all of that part!
Choose your power supply, we have set up these flashing SMD Chip LEDs with correct resistors for
- 3 volt DC
- 9-12 volt DC
- 7-19 volt AC/DC/DCC
"What do I need to run these?"
3 volt use
Even at 3 volts, these can flash
|4-12 volt battery / regulated adapter
| Your own AC/DC or DCC supply:
7-19 volt Universal AC/DC/DCC lights
How many can run at once?
Using a 3 volt coin holder you can run 1-10 chips.
Using a 3 volt AAA holder you can run 1-30 chips
Using a 9 volt battery snap/switch you can run 1-50 of the chips.
Using a 12 volt 1 Amp supply is also 50 chips, no need to turn off.
Using your own power?
The chips draw 20 milliamps each. So check your power supply to see how many milliamps it lists. A 1000 milliamp supply can run 50 chips.
can the chip LEDs be run along with other LEDs from the same battery or coin cell?
Yes the chips can be run right alongside all of the other sizes of LEDs on the same power supply.
what is the flash rate like?
Fast Flash LEDs Fast flashing LEDs are great in modern era Diecast Police Cars, Fire Trucks, Ambulance, Tow Trucks and other types of emergency vehicles, or use them for fast strobe lights.
Normal Flash LEDs This is a good choice for 1950's era emergency, or for routine warning flash