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Single Color Multi Flex LED Strip Kit



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Single Color Multi Flex LED Strip Kit

LED Montreal now offers you the possibility of building your own Single Color LED kit starting at only $49.95 with the new Multi Flex kit. Start by choosing your dimmer/controller from the 4 options available. From the simple wired switch all the way to our new RF (Radio Frequency) micro controller that comes with an advanced 11 key, without forgetting our wall dimmer and the classic RF dimmer that comes with a 3 key remote, we have the ideal dimmer for your project.

You can adapt your Multi Flex LED Strip Kit to the environment it will be used in with the second pull down menu. It will allow you to choose the length of your LED Strip between the 5, 10, 15 and 20 meter options for the 3528 strips or between 5 and 10 meter options for the 5050 strips. It will also let you select the waterproofing of your LED Strip from either splash proof (iP65) or completely submersible (iP68). The splash proof version is available in two brightness levels: standard (3528) or ultra bright (5050).

Once you have determined which controller/dimmer and type of LED Strip that you want, you will have to decide which tone of white you prefer. All LED Strip kits come in Warm White (3200K) or Cool White (6000K). However, if you have chosen a standard brightness, splash proof (3528, iP65) Strip, you will then have the possibility of getting your Single Color LED in Red, Blue and Green on top of the two standard whites.

LED Montreal also makes it possible for to make your 5 meter Single Color LED Strip of 3528 Brightness completely mobile with the battery pack. Note that only the standard electrical power pack is available for all other LED Strips and for all 10 meter Kits. Please note that LED Strips are available in 5 meters lengths only. Therefore, if you order a 10 meter kit, you will receive 2x5 meters spools. 

About the iP68 Strips:
Note that only the LED strip is water proof, the connectors at both ends of the strip, the controller and power supply are not waterproof and must not be in contact with water or moisture. The iP68 strips are not self adhesive, to maintain them in place we suggest using GE pure silicone and double-sided adhesive tape. Simply put the silicone on the back of the strip, then put the double-sided tape on top of the silicone. Once the silicone is dry, your strip is ready to install! Additional option when looking for a sharp and subtle way to hold your ip68 LED strips, the Silicone Mounting Brackets for LED Strips from LED Montreal are a great solution.

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.

If you are looking to install ip68 submersible LED strips to your awning, pool, deck, RV, boat, docks, or anything of that nature, we invite you to read our page on how to install your under awning LED strips.

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!

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

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.

The 5050 Strips MUST benefit from proper heat dissipation in order to ensure proper performance and durability. Attempting to install this LED Strip on an improper surface, such as wood or dry wall, will permanently damage the Strip. In order to obtain proper heat dissipation, you must install the 5050 LED Strip in an Aluminum profile or metallic surface.

Do these strips have a protective coating covering the LED's? or is it a bare strip?

Asked by Merlin | 08/16/2017, 18:30 | 1 answer(s)

I'm hooking up two 5M strips to two deep cycle 6v batteries. What sort of life can I expect before I have to recharge the batteries?

Asked by Mark Duncan | 02/09/2016, 22:35 | 1 answer(s)

Can you give me some more information on length of battery life, replacement requirements for battery, dimensions of battery pack, etc.?


Asked by katie  | 02/25/2015, 23:43 | 1 answer(s)

I bought 2 * 5m strips of ES-3528-60 and a 12 volt power supply + dimmer (wall)...I divided them in 13 strips of 15 leds each...(to stick under new steps...) Should I connect srips together in parallel or in series?

Asked by Stephane Beaufils | 12/09/2013, 20:32 | 1 answer(s)

Are all lights 12 volt ? On my boat can I connect directly to my 12 volt electrical system by not using the transformer that is included. I presume that your transformer reduces from 120 to 12 volt

Asked by Pete | 09/15/2013, 17:12 | 1 answer(s)

I am doing a project that has some tighter horizontal angles. Do you know if there is a horizontal angle limit on these lights? Would these lights be able to be cut into sections and used together with connectors?

Asked by Dakota | 07/16/2013, 20:57 | 1 answer(s)