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RGB Multi Flex LED Strip Kit

CODE: RGB150FLX

$54.95

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RGB Multi Flex LED Strip Kit

With the Multi Flex RGB LED Strip Kit from LED Montreal, no more looking left and right to find the kit you need. All possible options can now be found in the Multi Flex kit. You can now create your own LED Strip kit starting at $54.95 for the wired controller kit. Whether you are looking to outline you kitchen cabinets with LED lighting or to enhance your living room lighting, you will find what you need among the numerous options found within the Multi Flex LED Strip kit. You can choose between the RGB150 (30 x 5050 RGB LED chips per meter) and the RGB300 (60 x 5050 RGB LED chips per meter) LED Strips, both available in the drop down menu. The pull down menu allows you to customize your RGB LED Strip according to your needs and wishes. In a click, you can upgrade your controller to either the standard IR 24 keys controller or to the most evolved of the IR controllers featuring 44 keys, allowing you to create custom colors.

You also get the possibility to go to the next level with our 10 key RF controller. The RF controller is ultra compact and aesthetic and gives you the possibility of controlling your RGB LED Strip from a distance up to 30 meters. Furthermore, the RF controller is easy to hide, as no captor is required to interact with the remote. With the Multi Flex kit, you also have the option of upgrading the length of your LED RGB Strip. Go up to 20m of RGB150 or 10m of RGB300 in a single click. The iP65 Multi Flex kit allows you to adapt the PCB (printed circuit board) which is the strip on which the LEDs are installed to its new environment by choosing from two available colors (black or white).

iP67 waterproofing: 150 LED Multi Flex RGB LED Strip Kit ‘s iP67 strips are encased in a thick clear tube filled with silicon. Our ip67 LED strips are completely water proof. It’s the ideal LED strip for outdoor usage, the RV. iP67 strips are not submersible. 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. 

 

If you are looking to install ip67 submersible LED strips to your awning, deck, RV, docks, or anything of that nature, we invite you to read our page on how to install your under awning LED strips.

Finally, if you opted for a 5 meter RGB LED Strip, you will be able to choose to power your strip with a standard electric power supply that requires a 120 volts power outlet or to go mobile with the portable battery pack.

For every 15m-20m RGB150 kit or 10m RGB300 kit, your package will include a T shape RGB splitter, which you need in order to split your circuit as evenly as possible. On longer circuits like these, some of the colors might tend to go off shade on the ends if power isn't distributed evenly (especially on white and yellow). As for the 10m RGB150 LED strip kit, it is not absolutely necessary to use a T shape splitter, but recommended in order to get optimal results.

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. 

 

Hello,

Is it possible to have these work with smart plugs? For example, could I use the Caseta Lamp Dimming Smart plugs to control the lights?

Asked by Aaron | 10/13/2019, 01:04 | 1 answer(s)

Which battery pack is included with the "Battery Pack" option?

Asked by Jonathan | 11/03/2014, 17:22 | 1 answer(s)

How long does the LED can stay on using the battery pack?

Asked by Phil | 03/02/2014, 19:42 | 1 answer(s)

Hi,
I'm looking at getting this RGB LED Strip kit and I was wondering if it's possible to cut these strips into about 2' pieces or does it have to stay in 1 long piece?
I'd like to put this under 4 of my cabinets that aren't attached together and I would like to connect it to a light switch if possible.

Let me know,
Cheers.

Asked by Jason | 08/19/2013, 14:09 | 1 answer(s)
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