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Created On: 22 December 2010 02:58 AM
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 22 December 2010 02:58 AM
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Jaysmith

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Hi does anyone know if you can get a bi colour led that is green to green?

I know it sounds odd but it's too hard to explain what I need it for.
I just need to know if they exist.
I know I could use 2 standard led's wired in parallel but I need the same colour to come out of 1 led (green polarized and green un-polarized).

Thanks.
 02 April 2011 07:38 PM
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Paul1966

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Not quite following what you're trying to achieve. Do you mean you want a single LED to illuminate green regardless of the applied polarity of current? If so, then you could just use a regular green LED with a bridge rectifier.
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