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Extra simple - Extra fast Fluorescent to LED Lamp ModAuthor
Giorgos Lazaridis
December 5, 2012

  • On-Line RMS to Peak and Peak-to-Peak converter for sin waveforms

  • LM317 Datasheet from On Semiconductors

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  • At 16 October 2013, 16:34:59 user santosh wrote:   [reply @ santosh]
    • sir,i want to design an led driver to drive 25nos. of 1w led please help me..pls

  • At 6 June 2013, 16:31:48 user Larry wrote:   [reply @ Larry]
    • Nice refurb. I noticed the shorting of the screws before I went to the second page and saw you solved that problem. I'm getting into the new high power LED stuff myself and found an easy solution to the washer for mounting screw problem. Use rubber hose and cut into 1/8" lengths with a pair of wire cutters. Very fast to make lots of rubber (non-conductive) washers. Use 1/8" diameter hose (or whatever size screws you are using, although all star-based LED's I have seen you must use #4 or smaller screws) Viton (400 degrees F max) or Norprene (200 degrees F max) hose.

      keep up the good work.

  • At 17 January 2013, 21:30:13 user Metalshrine wrote:   [reply @ Metalshrine]
    • @Giorgos Lazaridis You are right. I guess I was too tired that time. However, congratulations for the lamp.

  • At 2 January 2013, 9:20:11 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @Metalshrine 1/sqr2 = 0.707 so it is the same

  • At 31 December 2012, 8:54:34 user Metalshrine wrote:   [reply @ Metalshrine]
    • Man, I think you have a mistake at the beginning. Vrms*sqr2=Vpp. At least this is the way I know it.

  • At 10 December 2012, 18:00:40 user spi wrote:   [reply @ spi]
    • I have the exact same lamp and i was thinking the exact same thing. Nice work!

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