A light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor light source. LEDs are used as indicators in vehicles and other electronic devices. These colour-changing LEDs take the work out of creating crazy, flashy, blinks. Simply apply power and the LED will cycle through the RGB colourspace: no external controller required. These bright and colourful LEDs can be used in decorations, LED “throwies”, indicator lights, etc. The typical forward voltage is 3.2V.
Positive terminal of LED(the big leg of the LED )
Negative terminal of LED(the small leg of the LED)
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