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Thread: nano biscotte v4 with rebel led and 4.5 volts

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    Default nano biscotte v4 with rebel led and 4.5 volts

    Would a rebel LED work with a nano biscotte v4 with a 2.7ohm 10 watt resistor work at a voltage of 4.5 volts? I have done research on this but havent been able to find anything useful, and cannot for the life of me figure out how many volts a 2.7ohm 10 watt resistor resists. Also would this setup function properly? i am using a 4 AAA battery pack, but insteadplanning to put 1 dummy AAA battery in there

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    Welcome to the Forums.

    you can calculate the proper resistor you need using this:

    Once you get the right resistor, it should work, but it won’t last long, because AAA’s won’t be able to put out enough amperage to run a Rebel LED formany length of time. I would highly recommend you use a 3.7V Li-ion battery.
    All n00bs READ these first (PLEASE)!!!:
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    "Yeah, yeah, I've heard it all before... you want blindingly bright, super loud, running 1138 blinkies off of the cheapest sound card you can find AND you want all of it to run on a battery the size of a dime, and run for a very, VERY long time. That one cracks me up every time..."
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    thanks for the help!


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