|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.3 x 9.3 x 0.4 inches|
|Color||Warm White 3100K|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
LEDwholesalers 16.4 Feet (5 Meter) Flexible LED Light Strip with 300xSMD3528 and Adhesive Back, 12 Volt, Warm White 3100K, 2026WW-31K
|Price:||$11.77 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Efficient LED strip with 300xSMD3528 LEDs
- Cuttable every 3 LEDs, approx. every 2", at designated cut marks
- Cut sections may be linked via optional quick conectors or directly soldering wires
- Dimmable with optional compatible dimmable transformer and wall dimmer switch or PWM dimmers
- Eco-friendly - uses very little energy, without harmful radiations
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These competitively priced standard strips are great for experimentation and the budget-conscious.
* LED Quantity/Type: 300xSMD3528
* Input Voltage: 12VDC
* Power: 24W
* Beam Angle: 120°
* Available Colors: Available Light Colors: White (5000-6500K) | Neutral White (4000-4500K) | Warm White (3000-3400K) | Warm White (2700-3000K) | Red | Green | Blue | Amber/Yellow
* Light Output (lumen): 900-1100
* CRI: 70
* Operating Temperature: -25～60ºC
* Strip Width: 8mm
* Length: 16.4ft (5m)
* PCB Color: Copper
* IP Rating: IP33
* Minimum bending diameter: 5cm (2").
* Do not lengthen the LED strip by directly connecting additional strips to it; additional lengths should be wired in parallel.
* Unroll LED strip completely before powering on.
* Unused wires of the LED strip must be isolated.
* Test all components before cutting or permanently mounting the strip.
Top Customer Reviews
It's basically a linear, flexible circuit board with three LEDs every two inches. There's a well-marked place to cut the ribbon every two inches, with corresponding solder points etched into the clear insulation. Indicators also point to + and - soldering locations for easy connections.
I'm a photographer, and 2700k color temperature means a little "warmer" than tungsten (standard incandescent bulb). Daylight is between 6500k and 7200k, which appears much bluer or "cooler" indoors. If you want the finished project to look like warm incandescent light, get these lights. They do NOT look like LEDs. The only caveat is that they do not get warmer at low dimmer settings -- color temp is consistent throughout the output range, unlike standard lights.
They're extremely low-profile, and the 3M tape backing sticks readily to any surface. I put them under my book shelves and they are invisible. The indirect light is so pleasing, and any plug-and-play option with LEDs would have cost $70 per shelf. I have 35 shelves, so that was out of the question.
The entire project required four reels of these lights, two dimmers, and two transformers. Total cost was $300, plus my own labor. Total power for all of that is just eight amps, and the lights themselves are absolutely cool to the touch. The 12v operation means no risk of fire or serious electric shock.
I bought a couple of rolls of red/black 18 gauge hookup wire from Radio Shack; some small gauge solder; and a "helping hands" soldering iron stand.Read more ›
A single strip of these LEDs are bright enough to make the countertop bright, but my application has given me almost twice the LED ribbon that I need. I plan to double-up on the LEDs by running an additional strip behind the front strip giving me additional light. If this is too much, I can always dim down to an appropriate level.
Along with the LED reel, I also purchased PWM Dimming Controller For LED Lights or Ribbon, 12 Volt 8 Amp, 3301 and 30 Watt LED Power Suppply Driver Transformer 120 to 12 Volt DC Output, 3207. The dimmer works wonderfully and the power supply seems to have enough zip to keep things bright!
1. Product is 10 pieces of 0.5m flex, with 30 LEDs each, joined end to end by solder, with continuous adhesive backing.
2. Product can be cut at each 3-LED increment, marked with a silk-screened dash. (Each increment has 3 LEDs and one resistor, in series)
3. Solder pads are present at every 3-LED increment, though soldering to the existing "joins" every 0.5 meters will be easiest because they already have solder blobs.
4. With a regulated 12 volt supply, total load for the 5m chain is about 1 Amp. Voltage drop at the end of 5m is 10%.
How does it work? If you look at Fig. 1, you can see a simple schematic of it. There are 3 white LEDs in series with a 150 ohm current-limiting resistor. I call this series combination a "triad" (triad means "3"). When you apply a voltage, it is sufficient to light all 3 LEDs from the single power supply rail, which is recommended to be 12 volts. The rope then repeats this triad configuration every 1.95", which is approximated as 2" although that additional 0.05" is a 4% error and can amount to a large round-off error on a rope length of 5 meters (=16 feet).
In Fig. 3 you can see how the triad is arranged on the rope. At each 1.95" juncture, you can cut the rope if you need to. I show this "cut point" in Fig. 4. Note that when you do, you end up with little exposed copper solder "pads" at each end of the cut which allows you to solder small wires to these two ends. Fig. 5 shows you one of those ends where I soldered two small wires to the pads. You must be careful when you make such connections as the copper that you are soldering to is easily pulled up off of its "substrate," especially if you apply a lot of heat to these pads. The pads are quite small, perhaps 0.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for the price but getting these to stick was a nightmare! The tape on the back is worthless. The lights are a little cooler in temperature than I would like or was thinking... Read morePublished 10 days ago by S. Carter
Working so far & was easy to install. The glue on them doesn't work that great -- I used Velco strips (cut in half) for hanging pictures on top, middle and bottom to reinforce the... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mary D
I was looking for a warm light for under cabinet lighting and these worked out really wellPublished 17 days ago by kenneth lufrano
Looks great under cabinets. They replace florescent fixtures and have much more pleasing and even light.Published 18 days ago by lighthousebeach
I love these lights. I wanted to install a curio shelf in a new wall, and needed good lighting under each shelf that gives off the proper "warm" 3000 Kelvin light, but not... Read morePublished 18 days ago by M. Findlay
The warmth of the light is kind of a hit or miss thing based on what batch you get.
It's a great value and you can get very creative wi the lights.