Need Help: Wiring LEDs with 2 source voltages

Posted on Feb 5, 2014

A series of LEDs I would like to have display at 2 brightness levels and am confused how to properly wire this. This is for additional running lights/brake lights on my bike. When using the series LED calculator I believe for the Source voltage 1 I should set the forward voltage to 1. 1V and 75ma (half of typical voltage and half of forwardcurrent) and then set the Source Voltage 2 to 1. 1V and 75ma

Need Help: Wiring LEDs with 2 source voltages
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(the other half of voltage and forward current). That in my eyes would result 2. 2V and 150ma.

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