A Straw Hat LED features a special lens that allows it to scatter light similar to an incandescent light bulb. A basic LED emits light from a relatively small region, usually less than 45 degrees. The light from a Straw Hat LED is projected at a significantly broader viewing angle, generally around 120 degrees.
Because of the broader viewing angle, the emitted light is distributed over a larger region, avoiding the need for external lens designs.
Straw Hat LEDs come in a range of colours and have a similar brightness as normal 5mm LEDs.
Positive terminal of LED(the big leg of the LED )
Negative terminal of LED(the small leg of the LED)
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