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Thread: Is it possible to replace red chip motor light by red phosphor coated on blue chip?

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    Default Is it possible to replace red chip motor light by red phosphor coated on blue chip?

    Red LED chip has been used in Motor as light, but the price is higher.
    Is it possible to replace red chip motor indicating light by red phosphor coated on blue chip?

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    Default Re: Is it possible to replace red chip motor light by red phosphor coated on blue chi

    Almost certainly yes, but cant be certain without more info.
    The circuit for an LED pilot lamp is often a simple dropper resistance and if the supply is AC a small rectifier diode in inverse parallel, in that case a different LED will be fine.

    If however the original LED is a bi polar type, then It wont work.

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    Default Re: Is it possible to replace red chip motor light by red phosphor coated on blue chi

    Quote Originally Posted by John Rondo View Post
    Red LED chip has been used in Motor as light, but the price is higher.
    Is it possible to replace red chip motor indicating light by red phosphor coated on blue chip?
    What type of motor?

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