|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.6 x 8 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||T93003-1-VA|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Special Features||Low Power Consumption/Waterproof|
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Triangle Bulbs T93003 LED Strip Light, Waterproof, Flexible, 300 LED's, 3528 SMD, Blue, 16.4 feet / 5M
|Price:||$8.75 & FREE Shipping|
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- LED Type: High Quality 3528 SMD LED, high intensity and reliability, Long lifespan >50,000 hours
- Every 3-LEDS cuttable without damaging the rest strips, according to your requirement
- Self-adhesive back with Adhesive tape for secure and easy application
- Low power consumption,Super-bright but running with low temperature
- All the light spread and completely smooth,luminous very even
- LED Type: High Quality 3528 SMD LED, high intensity and reliability, long lifespan >50,000 hours
- Cuttable every 3-LEDswithout damaging the rest strips, according to your requirement
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Triangle Bulbs 3528 SMD waterproof LED, high intensity and reliability Waterproof flexible LED strip (IP65 Waterproof Level) 60 SMD LEDs per meter, total 300 LEDs for 5 meters Self-adhesive back with double side adhesive tape Maintenance free, easy installation Every 3-LED cutable without damaging the rest strip Flexible ribbon for curving around bends Ultra-bright but running at low temperature Input volts: DC 12V (12V 2A for 5meters 3528 300LED light strip) Viewing Angle : 120a Long life span 50,000+ hours
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You'll have to get a Power Supply Driver Transformer, which you can also find on amazon for pretty cheap (I used "Ledwholesalers 30 Watt LED Power Supply Driver Transformer 120 to 12V" and it works fine). You may also want to get some strip-to-strip connectors if you want to make turns with the strips ("LED PCB Connector- 2 Conductor, 4pcs, Strip to Strip, Any Angle"). These help quite a bit if you're not especially electrically savvy. (Note: If you use these connectors with the waterproof strip, you'll have to peel back a bit of the silicone waterproofing to expose the strip in order to get them to go into the connector)
One thing I did to "stop" the strip at one spot and then "continue" them at a spot a bit further away was to cut a connector right in the middle of the wire, then splice the exposed part of the wire with some cheap "doorbell wire" I found at Home Depot. Then you can run the doorbell wire to your next start point and splice the other half of the connector in order to start your next strip. (Hard to explain with words, but it works well)
As with ALL these types of lights - do not depend on the 3M double sided tape on the back. It barely holds itself to the lights in some places. However, it does help hold the lights long enough for a secondary type of glue or something to cure. In my case, I applied them as running board lights underneath my truck directly on painted areas with a bead of RTV Silicone (made for boat accessories/waterproofing) and they have held there for weeks and don't look like they're going anywhere for awhile. I have driven through dirty spots and thunderstorms very fast and kicked up a lot of rocks/rain towards these lights even where the wiring exists (I soldered connections and applied silicone + superglue to the non-insulated wire connections that I created) and they still run absolutely fine.
I would recommend these for outdoor products or quality indoor applications where consistent color is required or they may be at risk of getting bumped/messed with as the silicone that already coats the strip protects the LEDs themselves.
The silicone waterproofing is nice and thick and should keep them nicely watertight, however it can be tough to cut through to expose the copper conductors to solder to. I cleaned the surface with solvent that I applied the strip to and it seemed to stick well...at least for now.
I added a couple of close up pictures so you can see what size they are and the silicone covering.