Vishay 0603 Green LED Shines Up to 2.8cd

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The devices are 1.6 x 0.8mm and 0.55mm high and called VLMTG1400.

Various 525nm outputs are available across 1.2-2.8cd at 20mA, dropping 2.75-3.2V. Viewing angle is 146°.

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Available in 8 mm tape, the LEDs are RoHS-compliant, halogen-free and are compatible with IR-re-flow soldering (pre-conditioned according to JEDEC Level 2a).

“With their high brightness and small size, the PCB-based devices released today are the perfect choice for small scale products that are expected to work reliably in arduous environments,” said Vishay, suggesting use in keypad backlights, navigation displays, phones, industrial controls, traffic signals and message boards.

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