Re: LED polarity marking -- not?



In article <xRsej.41511$_m.12375@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"mc" <look@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Like other LEDs, these still have the anode lead longer than the cathode.
But once you cut the leads, that feature is of course lost.
....

What about the guts? Normally the cathode is the big hunk of metal and
the anode is the small hunk of metal, looking inside the epoxy.

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