Red, flexible, LED filament. Our favourite food when hacking on code or electronics is a hot bowl of noodles - and around NYC these are often called 'noods'! What we've got here are flexible LED noodles, in different lengths and colors, this one is red. All are not good for eatin' but they are good for cool lighting effects
These are often seen in 'Edison-like' LED bulbs, shaped into hearts or stars or just wound around to create a fun or warm lighting effect. They're made of dozens of LED diodes that are bonded together on an ultra flexible metal backing, then coated in colorful silicone for protection. Since the LEDs are in parallel, you only need 3V to light 'em up.
Comes one per pack. Add some mini, noodle-y neon bling to your miniature sets, dioramas, dollhouses, mini-verses, what have you!
Simply power up with 3V by connect to both ends - the anode should be the end with a little hole in it. If it doesn't immediately light up, try connecting the other way around, no biggie.Learn:https://learn.adafruit.com/noods-uberguidehttps://learn.adafruit.com/noods-led-synth-cv-visualizers