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May 6th, 2019, 12:39 AM   #11
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Some LED packages include an on-board driver, and these can easily be configured for AC, but generally if you are talking just about the LED, then yes you are almost correct. Providing the peak current doesn't exceed the specification of the LED, there's no reason why driving then with AC will cause early failure.

A lot of the headlamp type LEDs have quite sophisticated drivers, and at least a few can be used with the type of 'direct lighting' employed on the Huasbergs of this era. Google wisely, ask the right questions, and choose appropriately for the best results.

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