For your 12 volt 700mA power supply, i would just use a 20 ohm resistor or greater. i would use 100 ohm just to be safe.V=IRP=VI
We're all just wasting our time shooting in the dark without any definitive information about the mystery LED modules.
Quote from: KE7GKP on Aug 14, 2011, 08:03 amWe're all just wasting our time shooting in the dark without any definitive information about the mystery LED modules.Well the OP did link to where he bought them, and from the description given there, it seems a pretty simple wiring job to me, 12vdc to as many modules that you want to string together.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Car-Boat-30-LED-White-Superflux-Light-6-Module-String-/280721768121?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item415c523eb9
So adding a resistor will "draw down" (bad terminology?) the 700mA to under 600mA making it safe for the lights?Will a standard 1/4 100ohm resistor be ok? Also, I just wire it in between power supply & 1st module?