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VLMO335U2AA-GS08 Vishay Semiconductor Opto Division Optoelectron

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Product description

Orange 605nm LED Indication - Discrete 2.1V 2-SMD, J-Lead

POWER SMD LED SOFT ORANGE PLCC-2

Features:

  • VLM.335
  • Packaging :-Cut Tape (CT) 
  • Part Status:-Active
  • Color:-Orange
  • Configuration:-Standard
  • Lens Color:--
  • Lens Transparency:--
  • Millicandela Rating:-700mcd
  • Lens Style:-Round with Flat Top
  • Lens Size:-2.40mm Dia
  • Voltage - Forward (Vf) (Typ):-2.1V
  • Current - Test:-20mA
  • Environmental amp; Export Classification:

  • Lead Free Status / RoHS Status Lead free / RoHS Compliant Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL) 2 (1 Year)
  • VLMO335U2AA-GS08 Vishay Semiconductor Opto Division Optoelectron

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