Hi Guys,
I hope that you are all well. I have a funny project that I have been asked to do that involves replacing existing lights in a chandelier with LED's, the chandelier consists of 520 clear tubes of 1/2'' diameter that each contain 24 incandescent small lights with a yellow light output color. I plan to use a 48 VDC SMPS rated at 32 Amps (Output) to feed 520 sets of 24 LED's in series rated at 30mA with a forward voltage of 2V, my question is the following, what should my load resistors be on each tube? I have calculated 1.53 Ohms at 1.38 Watts with a 5% tolerance, is this a correct calculation?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
-Rob
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