ahh i didnt realise you were checking JCs calcs. yeah he is out as he hasnt considered the 12V being split between 3 LEDS reducing the 2A to 2A/3= 0.6-0.7A. So 10W which is about right. But he would need about 200 LEDs so that would be about 1.5A. But thats no porblem at all.Originally Posted by jtp
200 LEDS at 30cents would still be $60!!!! But you could easily dim them or just light some.
If you used them in conjunction with the existing CCFL (ir is a perimeter one) it could be easy...
However i think the CCFL route is an easier option it just depends how much light they give out.
Next post i will go through my calcs (just didnt want a big post)
EDIT: and don't call me Monkey!!!