There are a lot of posts from newbies that are sparse on details and it makes responding to posts intelligently impossible or, at the very minimum, tedious; so you open yourself up to some unexpected and possibly unwelcomed responses. Put yourself in the position of potential responders. If you would have indicated in your original post that you were new and trying to learn, you might have been treated with kid gloves; but, for all we know, you're a troll intentionally asking ambiguous questions with few details. Rude language is rarely necessary or tolerated.Wow why does is seem like 80% of the responses are worded like I'm a [...censored...] idiot I'm new and trying to learn and news flash you learn by asking questions. And by getting responses back making the new person feel less than like duh you should know this its common knowlage.doesn't say much about your forum I'm 36 what if it were a 10 12 year old wanting to learn and you spoke to him like duh!
You circled the total current drawn by each circuit. The current figures you gave in your original post were meaningless without knowing how the LEDs were connected. From your later, more detailed post, you can see from the data that the extra power was consumed in the current limiting resistors and would not contribute to the brightness of the LEDs.what are those numbers then? That I circle d