LTH5MM12VFR4400 - 

LED, White, Through Hole, T-1 3/4 (5mm), 12 mA, 12 V, 4.5 cd

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The LTH5MM12VFR4400 from Chicago Miniature Lighting is a white water clear T-1 3/4 (5mm) through hole LED. It is used in automotive, indoor and outdoor indication, industrial, appliances and consumer equipments, storage servers, boats, railway, electronic devices, residential and landscape lighting and infrastructure.
  • Made with AlInGaP, with flange
  • Integrated resistor for 12VDC operation
  • High brightness LED
  • Luminous intensity of 2500mcd
  • Peak emission wavelength of 635nm, dominant wavelength of 625nm
  • Maximum forward voltage of 13V
  • Spectral line half-width of 17nm
  • Viewing angle of 30°, round top shape
  • Operating temperature range from -40°C to +85°C
  • Power dissipation of 85mW



Product Information

Through Hole
T-1 3/4 (5mm)
LTH5MM12V Series
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