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rabi

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need a help ... i have 10 white bright led lights
and a battery of 6v 4.5ah (cycle use :7.25~7.45v (25 degree Centigrade ))
(initial current :less than 1.2a)
standby use :6.8~6.9v (25 degree Centigrade))


the leds are glowing fine with 3.5 v battery ....
but i have 6v 4.5ah battery
so if i connect the leds in parallel ....
which resistor should i use in each led to glow fine

i used 1 k resistor (as directed by a frnd) in each led but the light is too low (very dim )
 

jrote1

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About 150ohm should fine if they are standard white leds (3.3v ~20ma). 270ohm would do it if your battery reaches about 7v.
 

rabi

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the battery is ( sealed lead acid rechargeable battery )

i dont know weather it reach 7 v or not ...... :(.
 

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See the tutorials section and look for the LED tutorial.

If these are high power LEDs you should be looking at a constant current source. For longest life, a switchmode constant current source is the way to go.
 

rabi

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i checked and find that the battery is giving 6v output ..so which resistor should i used
 

KrisBlueNZ

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What current do you want to run through the LEDs?
What is the forward voltage of each LED at that current?
Do you have a part number for the LEDs so we can view the data sheet?

Have you read the LED driving tutorial that Steve mentioned in post #4?
His other advice is dead-on as well. If you don't know what he's talking about, Google some of the keywords.
 

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i checked and find that the battery is giving 6v output ..so which resistor should i used

We can't tell you unless you can tell us the Vf of the LED and the current you wish to operate it at.

And if you know these, the tutorial tells you how to calculate it (or to find an on-line calculator to do so).
 
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