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Subject: Blinking LED circuit design

Date: 03/23/03 at 12:25 PM
Posted by: Jeremy Hendrix
E-mail: camchops@cableaz.com
Message Posted:

I have a series of solar cells which provide ~2.2V. I have a couple of small LED's which requires 2.1V and either 30 or 50mA. I'd simply like to make the LED (whichever one) blink. I know this I should be able to accomplish this with some combination of resistors and capacitors, but no idea which. I would simply get a blinking LED but can't find one that requires fewer then 3V. Hope I'm not insulting anyone's intelligence here...I'm a software guy who's no good at hardware.

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