Flexible Waterproof LED Strip - Red
  • Flexible Waterproof LED Strip - Red

Flexible Waterproof LED Strip - Red

SKU 104990030
  • Looking for gorgeous LED strips to add some fun to your project? Try to find something you want here !
  • The LED strip Uses trinity-SMD LED as lighting source, with low voltage with resistance and IC constant current made the shining stable, bright and uniform
    $15.90
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    Description
    Looking for gorgeous LED strips to add some fun to your project? Try to find something you want here !
     
    The LED strip Uses trinity-SMD LED as lighting source, with low voltage with resistance and  IC constant current made the shining stable, bright and uniform.  FPC circuit board made it easily to bend, Besides, self adhesive back makes it convenient to stick them to any flat surface.
     
    These LED strips are sold by roll, each roll of 5 meters long and comes with connectors. Other color LED strips are also available for you to choose: Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, White and RGB. 
     
    Specification
    • 10.0mm wide, 3.2mm thick, 50mm long per segment (3 LEDs).0.24w per LED.
    • Clear waterproof molded (IP65)
    • Maximum 12V per strip segment
    • Max 1.2 Amps per meter (all LEDs lit full brightness)
    • 3 common-anode LEDs per segment, 20 segments per meter
    • No microcontroller or chip controller ('analog' only!)
    • Controller is  Not Required

     

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    Is there a pricing mistake? You have the EXACT same cost for the monochromatic and RGB LED strips, which doesn't make much sense...

    on Oct 19,2016
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    Actually they charged us the same. That's why they have a same price. And I am sure Mono version can be more convenient in some ways. After all, you don't need an extra driver and save some tinkering effort.

    on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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    Hi Seeed family, I think you should know that the English term is Monochromatic, not homochromatic.

    on Oct 19,2016
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    Actually, Monochrome refers to shades of Black and White. It should be Single Colored LED... Just saying. :)

    on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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