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Comutator basculant cu led, la ce tensiune se alimenteaza ledul?

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Salut!

Caut sa cumpar niste comutatoare si ar arata bine cele cu led dar nu stiu la ce tensiune merge ledul. Eu le voi folosi la aproximativ 12 v (3 acumulatori li-ion in serie). Pe site scrie asa:

Comutator basculant ON-OFF 10A RS1366LBBGL3 SPST

ROCKER; ON-OFF; Config.pini: SPST; Sarcina AC:10A/250V; 50mohmi

Simbol original:R13-66L-02-BBG-0D-L-3

Producator:SCI

Grupa:intrerupatoare rocker

Specificatii tehnice

Tip intrerupator:  ROCKER

Mod comutare:  ON-OFF

Configuratie pini :  SPST

Sarcina admisibila contacte AC (la sarcina rezistiva):  10 A / 250 V

Culoare buton : neagra

Rezistenta contact : max.  50mohmi

Terminale  conectori : 4,8 x 0,8 mm

Clasa inflamabilitate :  UL94V-2

Iluminare :  LED

Grosime panou :  max 3mm

Durabilitate electrica :  6000cicluri

Marcare clapeta :  fara descriere

Sarcina admisibila contacte DC (la sarcina rezistiva) :  16 A / 12 V

Material carcasa:  poliamida

Culoare lumina de fundal :  verde

 

 

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Il cumperi degeaba. Acel led este deja inseriat cu o rezistenta pentru alimentare la 125 sau 250V. Sunt alte modele unde led-ul e separat si-l poti alimenta tu din 12V cu o rezistenta.Vezi foaia de catalog. Eu l-am gasit la TME.

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