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Thread: What's a "bright" LED?
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> No have LED's. No can do tests.

If you intend to sell this project, you are no longer a hobbyist and
need to be building circuits. If this involves a lot of searching and
scraping parts together with mail-order, so be it. You don't have
a monopoly on being at the/an arse-end of the world

People who probably know most about component sourcing are
contract assemblers. I suggest you get in touch with one. You
might also get their opinion on through-hole assembly

LEDs with ostensibly the same specs are likely to be different, so
you need at least to find the most reliable source and have s/w that
can adapt

Be aware of course that not all LEDs have excellent life-times,
so be prepared for extensive soak-testing of whatever you get

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