Through hole LED lamp

Through hole LED lamp (TH LED)
The LED diode series offers a wide selection of high-performance, ultra-bright LEDs in a wide range of diameters (1.8mm to 20mm), colors (red, green, blue, yellow, white, warm white, ultraviolet, etc.), and shapes (flat, round, square, etc.).

Through hole LEDs
Through hole LEDs

Round, oval, bullet head, strawhat,rectangular, tower, and specialized shapes, as well as wide-angle diffused, water-clear, and coloured options, are all on the table.

Through-hole discrete LEDs, also known as axial or radial leaded LEDs, are widely used in various applications due to their simplicity and versatility. These LEDs have two leads or pins that pass through holes on a printed circuit board (PCB) and are soldered to the board.

home appliance application
home appliance application

Here are some common applications of through-hole discrete LEDs:

  • Indicator Lights: Discrete LEDs are commonly used as indicator lights in electronic devices and control panels to convey information about the status or operation of the equipment. They can indicate power on/off, operational modes, alarms, and more.
  • Display and Numeric Segments: Through-hole LEDs with multiple segments or digits are used in displays, such as 7-segment displays and numeric indicators. They are often found in digital clocks, calculators, and electronic meters.
  • Illuminated Push Buttons and Switches: Through-hole LEDs can be integrated into push buttons, switches, and keypads to create backlit buttons for user interface applications, including remote controls and keypads.
  • Audio and Music Equipment: These LEDs are used in audio equipment, including mixers, amplifiers, and musical instruments, to indicate volume levels, signal clipping, and other operational statuses.
  • Automotive Lighting: Through-hole LEDs are employed in automotive applications, such as instrument panel backlighting, interior and exterior indicator lights, dashboard illumination, and interior mood lighting.
  • Control and Automation Panels: In industrial control and automation systems, through-hole LEDs are used to provide visual feedback about the status and conditions of machines, sensors, and processes.
  • Communication Devices: Through-hole LEDs are used in communication devices, including telephones, modems, and routers, to indicate connectivity status, call status, and error conditions.
  • Gaming and Entertainment: They are used in gaming consoles, arcade machines, and entertainment devices to create lighting effects and provide visual feedback to players.
  • Toys and Novelty Products: Discrete LEDs are found in toys, novelties, and promotional items to create lighting effects, flashy displays, and visual appeal.
  • Power Supplies and Chargers: These LEDs are used as indicators in power supplies, chargers, and battery-powered devices to signal charging, power output, and battery status.
  • Security and Alarm Systems: They serve as status indicators in security systems, alarms, and surveillance cameras to signal armed/disarmed status, alerts, and system conditions.
  • Home Appliances: Through-hole LEDs are used in home appliances, such as microwave ovens, washing machines, and refrigerators, to indicate operation modes and statuses.
  • Emergency Lighting: They can be used in emergency exit signs and lighting fixtures to provide directional indicators during power outages or emergencies.
  • DIY Electronics and Prototyping: Makers and electronics enthusiasts use through-hole LEDs in various DIY projects, including hobbyist circuits, prototypes, and custom lighting designs.
  • Education and Learning Kits: They are commonly used in electronics educational kits and learning tools to demonstrate circuitry and electronics concepts to students.

Through-hole discrete LEDs are versatile components that are well-suited for applications requiring straightforward visual indicators, displays, and illumination. Their durability and ease of use make them a reliable choice for a wide range of electronic and lighting applications.




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