I have a vintage JVC stereo that I am restoring. It has some burnt out LED bulbs. According to the service manual, the ROHM part numbers of the LEDs are:
These are obsolete so I am looking for a good substitute for these. I can’t find any technical info on them. If I must, I will open up the stereo and try to measure a voltage at the LEDs and then make an educated guess about what I need, but I’d feel better if I could just cross reference to something.
Could this be a fit for one of them? The part number is really close to one of the two
Thanks for any help
Hello @foley.dan ,
Thank you for your inquiry. A lens diameter measurement and voltage measurement would be ideal, however I have a sneaking suspicion the LEDs are 3mm diameter, with about 2v@20mA, and aren’t the brightest maybe around 20 to 30 mcd.
Below would be my best guess:
754-1606-ND for Red LED
754-1892-ND for Orange LED
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Here are a couple more options , I am not able to verify either of those part numbers anywhere , I cannot confirm the SLH or just the 34 in the first part nunber by looking at the data sheet for the SLR-343DC3F the part number break out shows that the V would be Red C is Transparent Colored 3F is 1 element for the SLH-34VC3F I found a red SLR-343VC3F Digi-key part number 846-SLR-343VC3F-ND this part is in stock .
For the SLR-34DC3F , SLR is 1-Die Circular Type LED Lamps , I cannot confirm just the 34 D is Orange C is Transparent Colored 3F is 1 element. our part numnber 846-SLR-343DC3F-ND This is a non-stock part with a 2000 pc minimum .
I am not sure if these will work as replacements or not . you will have to look at the data sheets to see if they will work for you .