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From: "Harry Dellamano"
Subject: Re: current source for array of infrared leds
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 08:24:10 -0800
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"John Jardine" wrote in message
> (Bear in mind I'm only a newcomer here)
> Well, I read your words. I read just about everyones (some, I even look
> forward to their turning up!) . Can't even think of anyone remotely
> enough to put in one of those killfile things. Yes, yours can appear
> "abrasive" but have technical stuff mixed in so are worth making the
> I think in this case though, everyones reached their 'LED fatigue' limit.
> Surely there's only so much one can do with the damned things. As someone
> mentioned a couple of weeks ago perhaps have a seperate area for LED
> discussion and answers (maybe even sci.electronics.LEDs). There's one
> on "Luxeon star LEDs" that seems to have been running on for almost an
> BTW you're not alone. I sometimes wonder if I've inadvertantly got on a
> of kill lists (I'm naturally well balanced and sweet natured so it
> be an abrasion thing, maybe boring?).
> I'll make a long, didactic rant about something close to my heart,
> to be instantly slapped down, lo and behold, nothing!. I may be typing
> that great bit bucket in the sky. I'll never know.
> If I have the mark of the Leper I'd love to be able to check out some kind
> of 'Leper counter' so as to know when to pack the game in.
Hey John, thanks for your informative reply.
I don't read everyone's input in this NG but there are maybe twenty
members that I read 100% and learn from their knowledge and enjoy their
I agree with your "LED fatigue limit" but this thread had astute
contributors and they touched on temperature tracking of light intensity so
I though I could throw some fat on the fire and we could all learn. If I get
slapped down then I will be more informed when I get up which is bottom line
I assure you, you're not a Leper
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