LEDs are highly monochromatic, emitting light in a narrow frequency range. The specific color of a light emitted is a function of the LED substrate material and is measured by peak wavelength (Àpk) in nanometers (nm).
LED luminous intensity (Iv) is measured in millicandela (mcd). Luminous intensity is directly proportional to the forward current (If) flowing though the LED. The higher the current, the higher the intensity. In addition, the LED chip material and optical configuration contribute to the overall brightness of the DDP® LED.
DDP® LEDs are designed to operate at various supply voltages depending on the internal series resistor. If necessary, a protection diode of bridge rectifier can be added for high voltage A/C or bi-polar operation. In addition to the standard voltages listed, DDP® LEDs can be designed for virtually any source voltage of circuit.
T-1 Sub-Miniature Lamps 5 to 28 AC or DC
T-1 3/4 Sub-Miniature Lamps 5 to 110 AC, DC, or bi-polar
Slide Base Lamps 5 to 110 AC, DC, or bi-polar
T-3 1/4 Data Display Products 6 to 110 AC, DC, or bi-polar
T-4 1/2 Sub Miniature Lamps 5 to 110 AC, DC, or bi-polar
Cartridge Panel Lights 2 to 220 AC, DC or bi-polar Note: Some Colors and Voltages are not available with every model.
Panel Mount Reflector 2 to 28 AC, DC, or bi-polar(PMR125)
2 to 220 AC, DC or bi-polar(PMR200)
T-3 1/4 Bayonet Based Lamps Designed for GE ET-16 Sockets97 ↑
Replaces 1835 and 1819 incandescent bulbs
For GE ET-16 Socket
No modification to series resistor required
Built-in shunt resistor to clamp noise current
Up to 100,000-hour life
Shock and vibration resistant
The PowerLine® 1835LS and 1819LS2 series LED lamps are designed specifically for the GE ET-16 socket. Several models are available to operate with industry-standard voltages and series resistor combinations.
ET-16 socket not included
To select a PowerLine® LED lamp:
Identify your input voltage and series resistor from the chart below. Series resistor values are usually marked on the ceramic case at the back of the socket
Select the appropriate PowerLine® LED part number
Replace “X-CX” in the part number with the color code (see LED color code chart below)