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Has anyone used the single LED's made by Nitro? They each have their own resistor and can be wired together. I am using 11 of them, they are rated for 6-16v DC. I am using a switch and wiring the directly to the battery but here is the deal, I need to get 12v or so to each of them, I want to run them in series to avoid the use of an extra wire when running parallel. The way I figure it, I am going to need a dc-dc step up transformer to do it. I need to produce 110-130v dc to run the series. Anyone got any ideas?
 

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You can also run multiple LED's in parallel with only 1 power lead, you just ground each one individually and splice into the single power line. That way if they all go to ground seperately its a parallel circuit. Would require some soldering and heat shrinking to make it sound, but its pretty easy to do and would save you having to generate a very unsafe DC voltage on your bike.

Just my 2 cents
 
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