EZ-Rays LEDC15MX - Micro LED Driver (Tesla One-Wire)

EZ-Rays LEDC15MX - Micro LED Driver (Tesla One-Wire)
Power LEDs as Tesla One-Wire or Common Ground Two-Wire

Efficient, Small Size, 15 LED driver (or 10 Super-Brights)

Uses 1.5V - 3V batteries and will operate for over 100 continuous hours using a single D cell or 30 hours from a single AA. Design will operate on input voltages less than 1V!

Use this smaller sized LED driver to illuminate typical white LEDs wired in series or parallel configurations! This easy to use LED driver kit will allow simple lighting on artwork, scale models, crafts and more! Smaller footprint converter can be built into your work! Easy common ground configuration make connecting a breeze.

The LEDC15MX can be used with typical hyper-white LEDs with forward voltages of 3.5V to 4.1V @ 20mA forward current ratings. Illuminate a string of LEDs wired in series (up to 10) with no noticeable decrease in light emission or parallel (up to 15) or Tesla One-Wire fashion (up to 20 SuperBrights). The driver is self regulating, so if you are using a string of 10 LEDs or string of 3, the output voltage will adjust accordingly up to the LED and driver maximums. In parallel mode the current will self regulate to the ratings of the LEDs and driver itself, using more current for 15 LEDs wired in parallel or less if using a smaller number of LEDs.


  • Detailed instructions
  • (1) LEDC15MX - Pulse switched DC/DC converter
    11mm x 11mm x 8mm
    1.5 - 3V DC
    ~4 - 30V @ 50-90mA Pulses
    LED Specs
    Typical: If=20mA, Vf=3.4 - 4.1V

    * Converter may use a single AA, AAA, C, D cell, Solar Cells!
    * Converter may also be powered from standard wall adapters. Ratings: 1.5V through 3V@100mA Max.

    LEDC15MX uses

    Shine some light the easy and efficient way!
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