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Red/blue bicolor LEDs

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Crazy Jayhawk

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I posted a topic about this some time ago, but I can't find it.

I've seen bicolor LEDs with red and blue lights instead of the normal red and green. Where do I find these LEDs? Thanks.
 

Koopa_Fett

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Dec 15, 2002
I'm not totally sure, but I think I've seen them at Radio Shack. They might've been red/green. I'll check today.
 

ToledoSteel

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No, the Shack doesn't have them. I remember seeing them, maybe it was some obscure online electronics store.
 

TheGhengisKhan

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yes, it's the same as the red/green ones that I've used before
if you notice, one of the 2 outside leads is shorter than the other, if you're using several of these, remember which leg is which color, cause it'll be the same on all the LED's
 

FireMogle

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I remember looking for switches with these leds in the tips of them, but when I found them they turned out to be like 15 a peice.
 

WyrmMaster

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you could just use a red LED and a blue LED, put them together with the ground pins in the middle... Although those arent to expensive, so its not really necessary.