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  • Excelent quality power led

    posted by mrdevil831

    Warm white, good light, very good eficienty, starts working at about 6v. I think optimal eficiency would be at around 9.3v.
    Color temperatoure couldbe a little lower.
    A nice high power led at a very good price. I recomand this for hobbyst that like to experiment with low power and high eficiency.
  • Very bright small light module

    posted by Gaizz

    Gives enough light to light up a room. Cold light. Could very well be 6500K and 1100 lumens.
    I've let in run for 1 minute with improvised passive cooling. It got noticeably warm to the touch. I think it should run with active cooling, otherwise it will have a shorter lifespan. Works with sku.42745 Don't look directly into it. It has 9 LEDs in series-parallel combo.
    Good light module; it might be the cheapest among the 10W 1000+ lumens on DX.
  • Bright LEDs

    posted by bradley90

    These are super bright RED LED modules. With only a 10 Watt dissipation, it is really easy to mount to a small heat sink with a small fan and not worry about over heating the modules. These modules would make fabulous emergency back lights. By keeping the amperage below 500ma, a smaller heat sink would be required and a simple constant current source could be constructed using a 78LM05 voltage regulator and one resistor. No fan would be required
    None - Just great LEDs
    Bottom line, for the money, these are awesome LEDs. They can be used in interesting DIY projects like LED communications or theme lighting.
  • 7022 DIY 10W 1050lm 6000K COB LED White Light Rectangle Strip - Yellow (DC

    posted by Tareka

    Great light output.Does not need special driver ~900mA @ 12.3 volts.Good compact size, Far more useful than the size suggests.
    Will be great as fixed lighting in my camper trailer.Will also try encasing the unit in epoxy resin to make connections waterproof for under water lighting.
    Very good value for money
  • Really excellent value

    posted by AlphageekYVR

    This thing is as bright as advertised, and lemme tell you, that is BRIGHT! I accidentally looked at it for a split second and I had retina burn for 5 minutes. Seriously, it is so bright, that for my application (above bed reading light) I had to insert a 2W 30 ohm resistor in series to bring the luminosity down.
    Contrary to what others have posted about these strips (there are quite a few for sale here on DX or varying sizes and specifications) these are "LED modules" and have a built-in current limiting resistor so they can be driven directly (they're 12v so that should tell you something). Consider carefully your choice in brightness on these (lumens) as I opted for too bright. A typical 60watt incandescent puts out about 800-850 lumens, BUT that's in a near-spherical light-cast. This means, that because this is a strip, it is much more directional and you get (for this one) 1000+ lumens radiated to a much smaller volume than an incandescent bulb of similar luminosity.I have also affixed a small strip aluminum heatsink to the aluminum backing as this thing gets very hot quick quickly.
    These things are awesome for general lighting applications.

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