One thing to remember is that, although LEDs are supposed to be monochromatic, they are typically specified with a "center wavelength" and are not precise. They can be off by as high as +/- 100nm (that's why RED LEDs have a RED plastic lens - to enhance the "center" color to compensate for the variance).ecirwin said:Maybe those amber LED's have more red in them than I suspected. LED's that I have seen spec'd are for a given wavelength.
I'm looking for a little help. I want to do the red radio illumination bu can'tseem to get the cover off.I took the stingray off, removed the back panels, removed the 3 phillips head screws but still can't get the radio cover off....Am I missing something? I will do the red tail lamp material same as yours....JPSpen said:
Hey ToolMan:Got the red incadenscent bulbs installed yesterday. MUCH, MUCH better. Brightness is very good now.
Anybody want to buy 10 red LED #74 wedge base bulbs?
You do realize this thread is 10 years old, and LED technology and prices have changed drastically since 2007.Hey ToolMan:
Which part # did you order for your red glass bulbs. The link of bulbs for the "74" seem to have a very low lumen rating and you did mention they were bright! ????
Thanks for looking into this for me