LED Tester (2-150mA) 3-4-5-8-10mm Superflux

LED Tester Module (2-150mA) handy and versatile LED Tester Module that is suitable for mono colour LEDs as well as bi-colour and tri-colour LEDs of both anode-cathode-anode and cathode-anode-cathode types.

$5.95

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LED Tester Module (2-150mA) is a handy and versatile LED Tester.  LEDs of both anode-cathode-anode and cathode-anode-cathode types.

Features: 
  • 3-4-5-8-10mm Superflux Light-emitting
  • Simply plug your LED into the correct holes, all of which are marked, and push the button to see its brightness and illuminant colour.
  • ACA (common cathode) and CAC (common anode) testing for bi-, tri colours LEDs at 20, 50, 70 and 150mA
  • This does require a 9Volt battery which is not supplied.
  • Do you need a quick way to test or sort your LEDs?  If so, this is the tool for you.
  • The top row is for 2 pin LED’s with currents ranging from 2mA – 30mA
  • The bottom row is for 4 pin LED’s (Piran LED’s) with currents ranging from 20mA – 150mA
  • Which is suitable for mono colour LEDs as well as bi and tri-colour.

Package included: 1 x LED Tester Module Battery Not Included.

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Weight .020 kg
Dimensions 10 × 6 × 3 cm


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