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Epistar Cool White 5 Meter 5050 LED Strip kit with Dimmer

CODE: SC5050WW5M65

$75.72

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Epistar Cool White 5 Meter 5050 LED Strip kit with Dimmer

LED Montreal brings you the brightest LED strip available! From the world leader in LED components, the Epistar 5050 chip gives you almost three times the brightness of a normal LED chip. This strip really is the ultimate Single Color Cool White (6000K) LED Strip.  Powered by a super charged 12V, 6A adaptor, The Epistar 300 Single color LED Strip that will give you the best lighting you will ever get from an LED Strip.

The 300 LED Epistar single color LED Strip is the versatile lighting tool you've been searching for! Need to light the back of a TV but the space is lacking? The 300 LED Epistar single color strip is a mere 1cm wide and can be ready to light up that space in only minutes! Why use heavy, expensive and noisy neon under your kitchen cabinets when the 300 LED Epistar single color strip is as bright, way more aesthetic and consumes less energy than a neon.  

Don't need your strip to always be ultra bright? No problem! The included dimmer allows you to tone down the brightness of your strip to create the desired ambient lighting. We even have solderless connectors and extension wire available if your project requires that you bypass an appliance or your oven fan in order to complete it. Contact one of LED Montreal's experts today, they will be able to guide you and suggest the best accessories for your needs.

Want the light to turn on automatically when someone's around? Use the PIR Motion Detector with your LED Strip bundle, it's a super effective add-on piece!

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.

For every 15m-20m 3528 kit or 10m 5050 kit, your package will include a Y shape splitter, which you need in order to split your circuit as evenly as possible. On longer circuits like these, the light might tend to get dim on the ends if power isn't distributed evenly.

Q: I want to install LED strips under my cabinets but I have to go around my stove fan or microwave, can I cut and reconnect my LED strip?
A: Yes you can cut and reconnect your strip, to know how it’s done, visit the how to use solderless connectors page

The kit includes:

1 - 300 LED Epistar 5050 LED strip, Cool White 6000K
1 - 12V 6A Power supply
1 - Dimmer with remote
1 - Y shape splitter*

*only for 15-20m 3528 kits and 10m 5050 kits

Note about the 3 key dimmer:
If the dimmer is not connected properly, the strip will turn on but the remote won’t work. In order for the remote to work, you need to connect the power supply in the dimmers INPUT, the strip connects in the OUTPUT. If once connected properly the remote doesn’t work, keep the on/off button pushed down for about 30 secs. That will resync the dimmer with the remote.

Click here for detailed instructions on how to install and make your dimmer work properly.

 

What is the colour temperature range in kelvin?

Asked by Chris | 03/19/2015, 20:34 | 1 answer(s)

Hi, I would like to know if the controller included in this kit "Home>Single Color LED Strip Kits>5050 LED Strip Kits >Epistar Cool White 5 Meter 5050 LED Strip kit with Dimmer" is an RF one or not? The goal of my project is to hide the controller inside my RV.

Asked by Francois | 07/27/2013, 13:56 | 1 answer(s)

I would be interested in this product, but I likely need more length on the cable the go to the power source. Do you have a longer cord that will go from the recepticle to the dimmer switch, or from the dimmer switch to the LED strip?

Thanks!

Asked by Scott | 05/31/2013, 14:13 | 1 answer(s)
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