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WenTop Waterproof Led Strip Lights SMD 3528 16.4 Ft (5M) 300leds 60leds/m White Flexible Tape Lighting Tape Lights in DC Jack for Boats, Bathroom, Mirror, Ceiling and Outdoor - No Power Supply
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- This unit does not come with power supply, you will need to buy it separatily. This item is very easy to set up. Self-adhesive back with adhesive tape for safe and easy application.
- Safe to use. The working voltage is 12V. extremely low heat. It is touchable and safe to children.
- Cuttable and linkable.It can be cut every 3 LEDs along the cutting marks, without damaging the rest strips
- The light strip is waterproof,an ideal piece for either indoor or outdoor use.But don't put this under the water.
- Comes with a full 12 month warranty, 30 days money back guarantee.Very suitable for indoor and outdoor lighting and decor. Such as kitchen, under cabinet, dining room, bedroom, garden, patio, balcony, party, wedding etc.
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- Continuous length, packed with 5 meter.Long life span 50,000+ hours and Low power consumption. Run on DC12v. Safe and reliable.
- Cuttable every 3 LEDs along the cutting marks, according to requirement.
- Flexible ribbon for curving around bends.Ultra-bright but running at low temperature.
- Completely smooth and even light spread, solving the uneven luminous problem
- Connectale，use a L shape or extension connector if you need to slice the strip.
- With back adheisive. Can be stick to anywhere you want to place.
- LEDs Number/M: 60 pcs/m; total 300leds
- Color temperature:6000-6500K
- Lumen:3-4 each led
- Interface shape: DC
- Voltage: 12V
- Wattage: 24W
- Power consumption (W/m): 4.8W/M
- Certification: CCC,CE,RoHS
- 1--- The light strip is in DC jack,and it only come with 1 roll of the led light,You will need to purchase one DC12v 2a power supply separately.(NECESSARY;NOT INCLUDED)
- Can be control by a sigle color remote if you need.(Unnecessary;Not included)
- 2--- Can be cut to every 3 leds.cut to the line.
- 3 and 4---Connectable.Peel off the silicone to make contact.Use a 2 pin connector. As shown in the right drawing, according to positive and negative pole.
- 5--- With back adhesive.Clean it before stick on the strip.
- 1 x 5M led strip light(waterproof/White)
- 1 x extra short connector
- Widely used for home decoration use, hotels, clubs, shopping malls
- Architectural decorative lighting, boutique atmosphere lighting
- Extensively applied in Backlighting, concealed lighting, channel letter lighting
- Emergency & security lighting, advertisement sign lighting
- Decorative lights for holiday, event,garden, show exhibition
- Applicable for automobile and bicycle decoration, border or contour lighting
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We have enclosed 3 photos. One without the lights on around the makeup table, one with the lights on but the room light with blinds open on the windows, and one with the room dark and just the make up table lights on.
UPDATE: The company contacted me via email immediately following the posting of the above review. They were anxious to make things right and offered to send me another set of lights. I had already reordered lights from a different company, so I requested a full refund instead. It was promptly granted. The lights did work when I received them, and they do have a 12 month warranty, and based on other reviews, you can have success with them. If you don't, the company will be more than willing to work with you.
If you are planning to connect multiple LED strips to a single power source, it is best to run them in parallel rather than series. In parallel, you are running the power source directly to each LED strip. In series you are running to one strip, and then that strip connects to the next strip, and so on – but that means that the current powering the last strip has to run all the way down all of the prior strips, and this will result in a voltage drop which could result in the LEDs towards the end of the series to be underpowered and therefore dim. Also, if the run is long be sure to use heavier gauge wire, also to prevent voltage drop. The higher the gauge number, the smaller the wire. There is a lot of CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) wire being sold today which is lighter and cheaper than copper, and that’s not inherently bad, but it is not the best choice for carrying current. As a general rule, you have to use one or two gauge larger CCA to achieve the same current carrying capacity (low voltage drop) of a given gauge of copper wire.
The LED modules used in this strip are #3528, which is an early LED module which does not produce a high level of light compared to newer modules. That’s not bad, but something to keep in mind if you’re trying to achieve a high light level. Note: 3528 is sometimes confused with 2835, but they are not the same – the light output of 2835 is 2 to 3 times higher than 3528. The best module to use depends on the application – 2835 would be better for kitchen under-cabinet lighting, while 3528 would be better to illuminate bookshelves or for ambient lighting. You could also use multiple strips to achieve more illumination. In my first LED lighting installation several years ago, I used 3528 strips for under-cabinet lighting and it was fantastic improvement compared to the overhead lighting. In that application, I used a run of one strip under the cabinets and doubled them up over the sink and it was plenty of light.
This LED strip is sealed with silicone. Not only does this make the strip waterproof, but makes it smooth to the touch. Without silicone, the LED modules and resistors are bare – that’s not a risk of electrical shock (it’s only 12v), but is very rough and wouldn’t be pleasant to rub up against. The silicone can handle very high heat so that’s not a problem.
If you’re thinking of trying out LED strips for new high tech lighting, I highly recommend doing so. There are almost no bounds to ways you can figure to use them. I used a couple of strips to light up a closet – a light bulb couldn’t hold a candle to the LEDs (excuse the pun). I ran strips inside the closet on each side of the door, then another strip above the door the full width of the closet. Now everything in the closet is lit brightly. Shoes are fully lit on the closet floor, items on the shelf above the rack are clearly visible, and all the hanging clothes are evenly and brightly lit. Note: when adding light strips to a closet, use 5000K (often called sunlight or white) so the clothes will be seen in daylight color – no need to take the clothes over to a window to match up colors as they would appear in daylight. LEDs called “warm white” are 2700-3500K and approximate the color of incandescent light bulbs. LEDs in the range of 6500K are harshly bluish and have no desired use as far as I’m concerned. Unfortunately, these LEDs have 6500K output and you can see the bluish output in my photo. In case you don't know, K stands for Kevin - a temperature measurement like Fahrenheit and Celsius, but based on an absolute scale (0°K is Absolute Zero). 5000° to 6000° Kelvin is the color of sunlight (sunlight varies according to height and angle of sun in the sky). 6500°K is about the color of daylight in a bluish overcast sky.
0.72 amp @ 12v measured current draw for entire 5m strip, this equates to 8.64 watts draw.
You should multiply the actual draw by 1.5 to have a safety margin so you’re not overtaxing the power supply, and if you use a cheap power supply you might want to figure an even higher margin in case the power supply is over-rated. So for one of these strips you should use a power supply rated at least 12W (or rated at 1.5 to 2.0 amp @ 12VDC). Two strips would require at least 24W, and so on.
Note: My photo is of the strip power while rolled up. You can test this way but do not leave it powered up for more than 30 seconds or so, just to test, otherwise it will quickly overheat. Also included is a photo macrograph showing one LED module, a resistor (each circuit of 3 LED modules has one current-limiting resistor), and a copper cut point.
LED light strips have revolutionized lighting in our house for under-counter kitchen cabinets, bookshelves and closets. Combine the closet lighting with an occupancy sensor switch beside the closet door (on the inside) set for high sensitivity and to automatically come on and then turn off within a minute after movement is no longer detected and you'll have the ultimate in convenience. Your home resale value will be increased far above the small costs involved as potential buyers will be suitably impressed, plus you will get to appreciate and enjoy the improvements yourself.
Regarding color, it's not warm, nor is it white. It has a slightly warm with a purplish hue. I was actually happy with this color, but its not a yellowy warm.
One last note, on the package it says draws 24 watts for 5 meters. Not even close, measured it at 9.6W for 5 meters. This means you can get away with a 12v supply with less than a 1 amp! This is a selling point, much more efficient than marked on the package.
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The lights came in and I set them up on a frame. I noticed two of the lights weren't working, within a few minutes I touched the lights and they...Read more