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  • So very cold and bright

    posted by llasher

    Cold white light
    A good price for a 3 emitter cold white LED. The strip is a good form factor: attaches easily to an aluminium strip heatsink type deal that you can DIY (I bought some alum L shaped stock from the local hardware chain).
    They call these street lights. I call it street life, like in the song. I had to dremel a bit, I can't understand why the lens screw holes don't align with those on the aluminium base of the LEDs.
  • Thin yet bright

    posted by SamQu

    - Very thin light but packs a surprising punch.
    - Has a nice construction with some plated tabs that are super easy to solder to.
    - Very bright, would light up a small room no problem.
    This is not to be confused with an LED strip in any way, this has some serious power unlike the low wattage SMD LED's of the strips out there.
    Not necessarily a con or pro but this throws light everywhere, it's design means you can readily put any lens on it so if you want broad and wide lighting this is good.
    Excellent product for the money but people have to either watch the voltages or have a current regulator.
    In many applications this could be a very usefull item.
  • Outstanding!

    posted by Zaphod1000

    Possibly the best strip light DealXtreme sells. Very bright, very reasonable power consumption and dissipation. Glue to metal or, in my case, direct to a stone under bench. I'm going to stick 'em everywhere. In the pantry, under the kitchen cupboards, in the workshop - the possibilities are endless. My next door neighbour popped in for a visit, took one look and handed me 150 Bucks and asked me to buy a whole bunch of them. He will be putting them in his camper/trailer. They are just incredibly versatile and seemingly quite robust and well made. Buy one (or more). You will not regret the decision.
    A 3.3 Ohm resistor limits current to a safe level (@ 12 Volts), keeps power dissipation to very acceptable levels and still allows useful light output. With a decent heat sink, that resistor can be dropped to a little less than 1 Ohm.
    Buy one. You will not regret it.
  • Small but bright LED Modul, which offers powerful base for DIY projects

    posted by jonnyclever

    Good Quality, Brand named LED's inside, a strong and thick base for good heat transfer to the heatsink, open sides at the mouting holes for better accurancy at your DIY project.
    Use all the times heat sink compound for better heat transmission. Make sure, that the drive current is not more than 1050mA for more lifetime.
    It's a professional LED Strip, small but very powerful with a big amount of light. I use this as a single and up to 3 strips in a row - and it's very nice.
  • Very bright, nice color, easy to drive

    posted by Faulenzer

    Very Bright. Hurts your eyes if you look closely. I cannot measure if it's actually 200 lumen, but it must be very close to it.Color is very nice. Appears to have the same tone of warm CFL's.Doesn't need special drivers. Just plug on any 12V power supply and you're good to go.
    I would like to know how hot it can operate without damaging itself.
    If you plan building a desklamp, this LED strip is an excellent choice.


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