A LED Strip Light (also known as an LED tape or ribbon light) is flexible Printed Circuit Board (PCB) with surface mounted light-emitting diodes (SMD LEDs) and other components, usually an adhesive on backside. Traditionally, strip lights had been used in accent lighting, backlighting, task lighting, and decorative lighting applications, now higher luminous efficacy and higher power LED to allow the strip lights to be used in more applications such as high brightness task lighting, fluorescent and halogen lighting fixture replacements, indirect lighting applications, Ultra Violet applications, set and costume design, and even growing plants.
Our Constant Current Strip is designed with voltage and current being regulated by special electronic components. This ensures the LED have 30,000 hours or more lifetime.
Consistent brightness and color from the beginning to the end.
Single end input, the max length up to 20 meters.
Passed CE, RoHS test.
More stable performance with constant current design.
5050 SMD LED
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IP RATING is a rating system that defines the ability of a product to be able to work in different environments. IP is an acronym 'Ingress Protection'. It is a measurement of the protection an item will have against solid objects (dust, sand, dirt, etc.) and liquids.
An IP rating is comprised of 2 numbers. The first number refers to the protection against solid objects (dust, etc) and the second number refers to protection against liquids.
Color Rendering Index (CRI) is the measurement of how colors look under a light source when compared with sunlight. Having information on the CRI of a LED strip light is important because you want to make sure that the colors are being accurately represented by the light source. CRI is measured on a scale from 0-100. A CRI of 80+ is the industry-standard for most applications while a CRI of 90+ tends to be necessary for situations that need color accuracy. Our CL light High CRI Series are used for photography lighting, retail lighting, bathroom or salon lighting, and residential lighting.
Choosing the correct color temperature lights for your project is very important, and as important as the brightness you choose. Consider the look and feel you want your project to have. What other color lights will be present? What material and color you wish to light?