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24V Amber 1800k 5 Meter 5050 iP65 (LED Strip Only)



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24V Amber 1800k 5 Meter 5050 iP65 (LED Strip Only)

Create the warmest of ambiance with the 1800k 5050 LED Strip from LED Montreal. This 24V LED Strip is recommended for bars and lounge looking to offer a soothing, antique ambiance to their clientele at an affordable price. Offered in a 5m roll, it features a self adhesive backing and can be cut at every 6 LEDs (10 cm). Its iP65 waterproofing rating gives it the splash resistance bar owners are looking for. The 24V circuit of the Amber 5050 LED Strip allows you to install 2 Strips in series (back to back) and still achieve a bright, consistent lighting. 

Speaking of brightness, this 60 LEDs per meter Amber LED Strip will give you an output of 550 lumens per meter. And don’t worry if you feel that this may be a bit bright for your application as the Amber LED Strip is fully dimmable through one of our DC dimmers or AC dimmable LED Drivers

Please note that we recommend using at least 14W (at 24V) per meter to properly power this Amber LED Strip and to install it on an aluminum surface (or inside an aluminum profile) if you intend on using the 1800k 5050 LED Strip for extended periods of time at full brightness. Consult our page about power supplies to know more about the required power for your LED strip.

Specification Amber LED Strip:

iP65 LED Strip with 3M adhesive
For indoor use only
5M roll, 60LED/m. 300 LED total
Lighting Angle: 120°
Amber (1800K)
Can be cut: every 6 LED (10cm)
Strip width: 10mm
Required Power: 14W/m at 24V
Luminus flux: 550lm/m

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.

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