A light-emitting-diode lamp is a solid-state lamp that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as the source of light. The Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are an attractive, economical and convenient option for lighting applications. Available in a wide variety of colors, styles, sizes and intensities, LEDs provide for inexpensive, highly-efficient, low-voltage, reliable lighting solutions. Some advantages of the LED Spotlight are: Lower Heat; Higher Energy Efficacy; No UV Radiation; Longer Life Expectancy; and No Non-Passive Failures.
The following schematic shows the 24 LED Spotlight Circuit Diagram and Design. It holds 24 LEDs in a circular pattern on a compact 2 3/8” (60mm) diameter board. The schematic shows the LEDs wired in sets of three with each set having its own current limiting resistor. A full 24 LEDs running on the board will draw a total of approximately 160mA. For more information on 24 LED Spotlight Circuit Diagram Design, download the following PDF file.