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12V 300 LED RGB LED Strip (strip only)

CODE: RGB3005M65

$40.11

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Price per unit  $36.33   $32.54 

300 LED Flexible RGB LED Strip (strip only)

This RGB LED strip is easy to install, very bright and uses low voltage (12V, 6A). LED strips offer creative options for upgrading the lighting of any room. Our LED strips can be used to set the mood in bedrooms, living rooms, conference rooms and office reception area. It’s also the coolest way to decorate any vehicle, bar and display counter. Our LED strips are self adhesive and connect with simple plug and play connectors. They are great for creating the perfect lighting for everyday living to party lighting.

Spill proof* (IP65, Silicon injection) with 3M Adhesive Tape on the back of the LED Strip
Suitable for indoor usage (-10 to 40°C)
5 meter strip, 60 LEDs per meter, 300 LEDs in total
Can be cut at every 3 LED (5 cm)
LED type: 5050 SMD (3 times brighter than regular 3528 LEDs)

*Please note that this product is spill proof but not water proof, make sure not to expose it to running water.

 You will need an RGB controller and a 12V 60W power supply to operate this Strip.

Package Includes:
1-5 meter 300 LEDs 5050 Super RGB Flash SMD LED.

Use of Adhesive Tape
If you're planning on installing your LED strip sideways or upside down, we strongly suggest using extra adhesive such as the Double Sided 3M 9495LE Tape for LED Strips
        
For porous surfaces, outdoor usage, wet and marine environments or usage with IP 68 strips, we suggest using the Double Sided 3M Acrylic Tape for LED Strips
    
WARNING: Do not use the Double Sided 3M Acrylic Tape on 3014 LED Strips or for more than 4 consecutive hours at full intensity (or commercially used) 5050 Led Strips, as there could be a risk of damage to the LED strip.

Can the led strip reproduce white as well as either the warm or cool single colour led strips?

Asked by Shawn | 03/06/2016, 17:19 | 1 answer(s)

What are the dimensions of the strip, especially the width?

Asked by Alex Currie  | 02/23/2016, 18:43 | 1 answer(s)

How well do they work in the cold , I live in Alberta and it gets cold

Asked by Jay | 06/06/2013, 12:10 | 1 answer(s)
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