Jack Christensen has a good example here:https://github.com/JChristensen/ledFire_HW https://vimeo.com/110424346 Edit, software.https://github.com/JChristensen/ledFire_FW
He uses amber LEDs.I have one of these, I added a white LED to the group..
Thanks again. Yeah see what I mean... even you decided to add a white LED to the group. Like I said, I have my own code simulation I'm happy with (I'll eventually post it somewhere). But right now I'm just looking to see what single LED sources are available that offer close to candle color. If I were to do as you did, combining multiple LEDs, I might as well just get one RGB LEDs and tweak the exact color I feel matches a candle with trim pots. But I was hoping some manufacturer already made such shade of white LED.
The type of LED you are searching for are used in Wedding and Gala Party lighting.There are many Chinese manufacturers of this type of LED lighting.
Ahh... that's an interesting possibility! I Do know for sure that so far, my own candle simulation looks best with the small incandescent clear "holiday lights". You can see why when you consider that in addition to brightness changes, a lamp filament will change color through several variations that are much like a candle flame, as it goes from dim to bright. A close second has been some 12 volt LEDs designed to be a direct replacement for some fixtures that formerly accepted only AC incandescent/halogen lamps. Based on seeing them with my own eyes, and the LONG paragraphs the manufacturer's ads boasting about their research into getting the color right. Then here's another recent find... Walmart of all places has been selling outdoor Solar powered lamps intended for bordering gardens and such, for 99 cents, and they really do have a very candle-like color even though they are not boasting about it. Since they are solar powered, they are likely highly efficient, and for such a reasonable price, I just might buy up a few to cannibalize. :-)
Christmas sugar cookie is this year's candle. Balsam and clove are a close 2nd.
Those aren't real candles. Any more than "Strongbow Dark Fruits" is real cider.Scents aside, real candles change their temperature as they flicker. To mimick that, you need at least two colours of LEDs. Warm white and amber or yellow should give a reasonably convincing effect.
I have no idea what "Strongbow Dark Fruits" is.