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On Semiconductor NSI50350A constant current regulators

9/27/2011 03:38 PM EDT
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re: On Semiconductor NSI50350A constant current regulators
agk   9/28/2011 12:55:01 PM
This device is unique and it has only 2 terminals.Connect the 1 watt LED's which has about 3.5 volts to 4 volts as the forward voltage in series with it. Give the power supply the regulated current flows in 350 ma with 10% tolerence.The data sheet gives many other configurations how this could be used. A handy device to make compact LED lights.

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