(i have now 2 LED's in parallel).
How could i limit the current to 2amps? how many ohms on that current limiting resistor? also, since i have 2 LED in parallel, 1 resistors for both is enough? or should i have 1 resistor for each LED?
How come i cant have the LED in parallel?
wouldnt that share the amps between them
and keep the voltage equal for both of them?
Oh boy... i must be torturing these LED
the caps are optional
not sure what you mean with "current limiting circuit" but tomorrow ill google it
I was checking the lm338 and there were some examples.Precision Current Limiter seems to be a good choice for the LM338 implementation.Probably will limit the current to 1.4Amps and work from there.
just a quick question, i dont recognize that component on R1, the arrow pointing at a resistor? How's that suppose to be implemented?
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