Green flexible-lead LED, #555 style, non-ghosting, with wedge (push-in) base. 6-volt, AC or DC. Flex LEDs have 2 flexible wire leads that allow you to bend, twist, and position light in any direction you need it. They work best under playfield inserts that use horizontally-mounted light sockets, allowing you to turn and position the LED directly up through the playfield insert after installing the bulb in the socket.
LED- #555 Flexible-Lead - Green (Non-Ghosting):|
Price: $1.29 each
Status: In Stock
Part #: LED555FG
NOTE FOR BALLY COIN-OP AND STERN GAMES 1977-1985: May not work correctly in all feature lamp circuits on early Bally coin-operated and Stern electronic solid-state (SS) games. LEDs may exhibit some flickering when used in these games. Aftermarket LED lamp driver board may be required for proper operation. (LEDs work fine in non-coin-op Bally Home Model games.)
"What is ghosting?"
Ghosting is a symptom that some LEDs may occasionally exhibit when used in certain places in some electronic pinball games. It is the partial-illumination of an LED bulb, when it is supposed to be completely off. For example, if a games 1000 bonus LED is lit, another LED elsewhere on the playfield that is supposed to be off, may glow dim at the same time. This is caused by electronic characteristics of some types of LED bulbs and the unique matrix-style wiring/switching used in some pinball games. It is a purely cosmetic symptom and will not cause damage to your game.
Ghosting is sometimes noticeable, and sometimes not- it all depends on the type of LED, color, visibility, and where it is located in the game. If you do have any LEDs that are ghosting, and prefer to eliminate the effect, you can use a non-ghosting type of LED in place of the problem LED.
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Used In The Following Games:
BALLY: Addams Family, Addams Family Gold, Baby Pac-Man, Black Rose, Cactus Canyon, Doctor Who, Dungeons & Dragons, Eight Ball Champ, Eight Ball Deluxe, Embryon, Escape From the Lost World, Fathom, Fireball (home model), Fireball Classic, Fireball II, Flash Gordon, Frontier, Hardbody, Kings of Steel, Medusa, Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man, Party Animal, Pool Sharks, Revenge From Mars, Strange Science, Theatre of Magic, Twilight Zone, Vector, more
DATA EAST: Back to the Future, Batman (Data East), Checkpoint, Guns N Roses, Hook, Jurassic Park, Last Action Hero, Lethal Weapon 3, Maverick the Movie, Monday Night Football, Phantom of the Opera, Playboy (Data East), Robocop, Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends, Secret Service, Simpsons, Star Trek (Data East), Star Wars (Data East), Tales From the Crypt, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Time Machine (Data East), Tommy, Torpedo Alley, WWF Royal Rumble
GOTTLIEB: Bank-A-Ball, Big House, Electra Pool, Flipper Pool, Freddy: A Nightmare on Elm Street, Stargate, Street Fighter II, more
SEGA: Godzilla, Lost World Jurassic Park, Space Jam, Starship Troopers, Star Wars Trilogy, X-Files, more
STERN: 24, Austin Powers, Avatar, Batman (Stern), Big Buck Hunter Pro, CSI, Dale Jr., Elvis, Elvis Gold, Family Guy, Grand Prix (Stern), Harley Davidson (Stern), High Roller Casino, Indiana Jones (Stern), Iron Man, Lord of the Rings, Monopoly, NASCAR, NBA (Stern), NFL (all teams), Pirates of the Caribbean, Playboy (Stern), Ripley's Believe it or Not!, Roller Coaster Tycoon, Rolling Stones (Stern), Sharkey's Shootout, Shrek, Simpsons Pinball Party, Sopranos, Spider-Man (Stern), Striker Xtreme, Terminator 3, TRON: Legacy, Wheel of Fortune, World Poker Tour, more
WILLIAMS: Black Knight 2000, Comet, Cyclone (1988), Demolition Man, Dirty Harry, Earthshaker, F-14 Tomcat, Fish Tales, Hurricane, Indiana Jones (Williams), Jokerz!, Millionaire, Police Force, Road Show, Rollergames, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Wars: Episode 1, Swords of Fury, Tales of the Arabian Nights, Taxi, Whirlwind, White Water, more