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sir, can i connect half watt or 1 watt white LED for Tubelight circuit instead of regular 5mm LED. & Component are same or pls guide me for half /1 watt 230 volt circuit diagram,
NO 1 watt led cannot be run on 220volt AC without a Transformer, see my Project below......
24 LED of 1 watt on 220 volt AC
sir i have made 30 LED 5mm 230 volt tuble light circuit . its working ok but some LED flickering occurs. but its working ok. No any component heating , also same circuit with 14 LED built in Scrap CFL Bulb holder and its working ok . It running -25 days gone. but its working very good. and this circuit used in My Gods Temple. 24 Hrs it is On . No any problem. thanks sir.
can i use the above method for 130 LED's ? if yes, then what will be the value of the capacitor and the resistor?
YOU CAN GO ON ADDING SEGMENTS OF 30 LED's AS SHOWN IN THE DIAGRAM.
For 130 LED's you need more than one Capacitor and Resistance. See my LED TUBE LIGHT.
i m suresh From Satara Maharashtra. I read this artical, it awesome good. one query is how to fit LED /What type of base used.Can you show the picture of Assembly of Tube light , OR For Tube Light What type of Material used as base. Pls Send us Detail Circuit diagram & Assembly photo/any Idea . My mail ID Is .. email@example.com.
SureshP2, which article are you talking about, please name the article......
Sir: can you please tell me how i can use my sensor light w/c is 110vac here in Manila(220Vac) w/out using step down transformer (transformer consumes electricity even the unit is idle).
thanks, Romy Reyes Manila Phil. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You will have to use a 110v Transformer, there is no other way.......
I FINALLY made it work using 4 leds---
NOT perfect--smoking resistor----but it WORKED---
A Loose Nut Behind the Soldering Iron May be the PROBLEM---
Thanks for YOUR TIME and EXPERIENCE
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