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Subject: Re: Thin LED's
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 00:01:17 EST
Organization: Prodigy Internet http://www.prodigy.com
Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 05:01:17 GMT
Robert Baer wrote in message
> Geoff wrote:
> > Hello
> > What are the thinest LED's available?. I after having indicators
> > on a thin sheet of plastic. The platics thickness will be
> > determined by the thickness of the LED's
> > Hope you can help.
> > Geoff
> I say, *what* belongs to LED??
> Answer: *nothing*.
> Therefore, get rid of the G.D. apostrophe!
Slow down, officer! I believe "LED's" is the correct plural form of an
abbreviation (Light Emitting Diode). Look at the construction of your
sentences and you can see a bunch of grammatical errors! I'll take your
badge back ;-).
As for thinnest LED, I found one in my junk box at 1.5 mm. I think it's from
an audio level indicator.
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